So they don’t have a supportive or sponsored breeding programme.
Artificial means are not adopted for native breeds.
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We are messing with evolution when we abandon in-situ conservation with bulls and natural servicing/mating.
Native cows do not yield as much milk as the imported breeds.
Brokers will take the cattle from the farmers and hold them to be displayed to prospective buyers.
Buyers fall into 3-4 categories: (1) The jallikattu enthusiast who will buy the bulls and male calves mostly; (2) Buyers of oxen for farming/transport; (3) Buyers of cows for breeding and household usage; (4) Beef traders who are mostly if not all agents of export companies and slaughter houses based in Kerala.
According to the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC)…
In an alarming submission made to several parliamentarians and other conservative groups with regard to proposed amendments to the Muslim Marriage and Divorce Act (MMDA), the All Ceylon Jamiyathul Ulama… Doshi’s ‘Modernity, Post-modernity and Neo-sociological Theories’ has been edited and translated into Sinhala by Premakumara de Silva and Abeyratne Attanayake as ‘nuthanathwaya, paschath nuthnathwaya and nava samaja vidyatmaka niyaya’.
Serious misconduct including incidents of violence carried out by the army has been highlighted in Major General Kamal Gunaratne’s ‘Road to Nandikadal’ book, said Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera… The Book contains 16 chapters within 652 pages including a Sinhala-English glossary. Within hours after Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera’s address to the UN Human Rights Council, a group of well renowned international Law experts have recommended Sri Lanka be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
“If Sri Lanka continues in bad faith and/or fail to take significant steps towards implementing the word and spirit of the… Doshi’s ‘Modernity, Post-modernity and Neo-sociological Theories’ has been edited and translated into Sinhala by Premakumara de Silva and Abeyratne Attanayake as ‘nuthanathwaya, paschath nuthnathwaya and nava samaja vidyatmaka niyaya’.
In a year, there are 10,000 instances of a bull leaving the vaadi vaasal (gate) during jallikattu.
Of the thousands of players who take part, hardly 50-100 get injured in a year, and deaths are much much less.
So as a fall out of the banning of jallikattu, they will soon fade away and become extinct.