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Posted By:jchip
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2008-04-21 03:30:09
How close the photographer was?
2008-04-16 12:23:24
I'm sorry,,, they don't look anything like the girls I know.
2008-04-16 09:19:57
Hey, These are cows, (girl cattle) They have girl horns and a girl body. The man is a real man. He is riding the board barefoot.
2008-04-16 07:08:26
goooo bulls!
2008-04-15 19:34:37
Oh, it's definately a race...and maybe they do use bulls for racing, the way we use them for rodeo events...but I think it's more likely that they use the same animals for the race they use for everyday farm work, and most places in the world those animals would be neutered.. it's true that in parts of India there are a lot of cattle, and in fact the animals are considered sacred and aren't actually used for anything..so you wouldn't expect those kinds of animals to be harnessed and made to race..with all due respect to Himanshu, most Indians may not know much more about livestock than most Americans, which isn't very much...
2008-04-15 13:29:20
Curious. This seems to be a race activity. The man is not standing on a plough!
2008-04-15 10:55:00
Are you sure they're still bulls, and have not been 'converted' to steers? Trying to work with a bull with all his equipment is asking for trouble..have spent many years around livestock, but admit I've never been to India..
2008-04-15 10:35:30
Yep - your right, I guess I need new glasses.
2008-04-15 10:26:55
Thats India. here bulls are used for plowing as they are strong,cheap and can withstand hard work
2008-04-15 10:03:47
I believe that's the animal's right rear foreleg and hoof...very rarely would a bull of any kind be used for traction, ie: hauling, plowing, and so forth....bulls would be very difficult to manage in that kind of application..you'd want an animal that had been neutered..much more docile and easy to control ...
2008-04-15 09:06:45
Chariot racing before the invention of the wheel, maybe? I take it that the anatomy dangling below the driver belongs to the bull and is not hanging out of his shorts.