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india’s poultry producers cash in on feed cost slump, beef slaughter curbs


mumbai: india’s poultry producers are posting record profits as feed costs have dropped to a five-year low and on rising chicken demand after cattle slaughtering restrictions were enacted in the majority hindu country.poultry company profits should continue to rise as raw material costs are set to remain depressed and demand rises due to the political fight over cattle slaughtering in india, home to the world’s biggest population of hindus, who hold cows to be sacred, plays out in the courts.on may 31, the madras high court in the southern state of tamil nadu overturned a government ban on cattle trading for slaughter, an industry dominated by muslims, but the case is set to go before india’s supreme court.the cattle restrictions have been good for poultry producers as average broile...






wild west - how could cowboys and settlers in the 1880s slay a dragon?


the beast probably swoops down, clutches a cow and rises back in the air to feed somewhere quiet. you could set up a network of spotters charged with locating the dragon and predicting where it will feed. the whole area should be freed from large cattle except a few bait ones, grazing in range of a camouflaged observer tasked with igniting a fuse. then, those cows are equipped with a dynamite vest.otherwise, same setup, but with camouflaged gatling guns or cannons.there are some substances that might react at above 80 degrees celsius and be used to permanently equip cattle with exploding vests, but i'm not sure how they'd behave over a long period. dynamite itself would "sweat" and become unstable.there is another alternative which might hurt people's sensibilities. assuming the body ...






wild west - how could cowboys and settlers in the 1880s slay a dragon?


the beast probably swoops down, clutches a cow and rises back in the air to feed somewhere quiet. the hunting range of the dragon is likely to be largish.you could set up a network of spotters charged with locating the dragon and predicting where it will feed.the whole area should be freed from large cattle except a few bait ones, grazing in range of a camouflaged observer tasked with igniting a fuse. then, those cows are equipped with a dynamite vest.otherwise, same setup, but with camouflaged gatling guns or cannons.there are some substances that might react at above 80 degrees celsius and be used to permanently equip cattle with exploding vests, but i'm not sure how they'd behave over a long period. dynamite itself would "sweat" and become unstable.if the dragon's sight is not too ...






cattle menace on surat roads: smc seizes 81 stray cattle; 4 owners held


by: express news service | surat | published:april 30, 2017 1:57 am owing to the cattle menace on city roads, the smc had started a week-long drive from april 21-27. express filein an attempt to prevent road mishaps caused by stray cattle on city roads, the surat municipal corporation (smc) has seized 81 stray cattle and registered four cases against the cattle owners. the seized cattle have been kept at various shelter centres in gotalawadi and bhestan in the city. while the four cattle owners who were arrested, were later released on bail, smc officials said, this is the first time that the civic body has registered a police case against the cattle owners while implementing the drive. owing to the cattle menace on city roads, the smc had started a week-long drive from april 21-27. h...






cattle trade in bengal: mamata banerjee opposes centre’s regulation; bsf in a fi


kolkata: with the mamata banerjee-led government in west bengal refusing to accept the centre’s new rules on regulating cattle trade, the border security force appears to be caught in the crossfire, unsure about how to handle the situation. the rules, notified last month, ban sale of cattle for the purpose of slaughter. the objective is to remove the scope of illegal sale and smuggling of cattle, according to the environment and forestry ministry. while the bsf is tasked with preventing cattle smuggling and the markets come under its jurisdiction, the haats are run by the state government. there are five haats in the state, known to be common cattle markets between india and bangladesh, which are located within an 8 km radius of a border outpost. according to bsf officials, cattle market..






cow slaughter ban: the ban on sale of cattle for slaughter is wrong for multiple


the ban by the government on use of marketplaces to procure cattle for slaughter falls short of an outright ban on slaughter of cattle, including buffalos, but comes close to it. it is like saying, you are welcome to an h1b visa, as long as your salary is at least $500,000. the only way for an abattoir to function, if the rules are followed, is to rear its own cattle — every holding area attached to an abattoir is also deemed to be a marketplace for the purpose of the rules and the ban on sale of cattle for slaughter will apply to cattle brought to that place as well. the ban is wrong, from multiple considerations. it will kill a large industry of meat processing and export, as well as ancillary industries such as tanning and curing leather and curtail supply to the leather goods industr..






new cattle slaughter rules will curb its smuggling to bangladesh: bjp


by: pti | shillong | published:may 28, 2017 3:37 pm over 8,000 cattle have been seized in the state in the last five years along the indo-bangladesh borderthe bjp in meghalaya on sunday said that the latest ban on sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets will curb its smuggling to bangladesh. “there is a massive cattle smuggling racket in the state which has skyrocketed the price of beef,” state bjp president shibun lyngdoh said.meanwhile, the media unit of the party has also petitioned bjp leader nalin kohli to allay fears and sentiments of the indigenous tribals who solely depend on beef as their source of dietary protein. “the matter related to cattle and cattle slaughtering has cropped up again and people are scared if their food habits will be disturbed,” state bjp ...






maneka gandhi lauds govt’s new rules on cattle slaughter


by: pti | new delhi | published:may 27, 2017 10:44 pm the women and child development minister said ailing and unhealthy cattle also reach the markets but the new rule will ensure that such things don’t happenunion minister maneka gandhi today lauded the government’s move to ban sale of cattle for slaughter at animal markets. “animal markets were started for farmers so that they could sell their cattle to other farmers. so if i have a cow and a calf and i don’t want to keep the calf, then i can sell it in the market,” gandhi, who is also an animal rights activist, said.“this mechanism was only for farmers. since last 15 years it has become only for butchers who pretend to be farmers and purchase cattle from the market. they buy 80 to 90 heads of cattle and carry it in thei...






cruelty to humans in the name of preventing cruelty to animals


the ban by the government on use of marketplaces to procure cattle for slaughter falls short of an outright ban on slaughter of cattle, including buffalos, but comes close to it. it is like saying, you are welcome to an h1b visa, as long as your salary is at least $500,000. the only way for an abattoir to function, if the rules are followed, is to rear its own cattle — every holding area attached to an abattoir is also deemed to be a marketplace for the purpose of the rules and the ban on sale of cattle for slaughter will apply to cattle brought to that place as well.the ban is wrong, from multiple considerations. it will kill a large industry of meat processing and export, as well as ancillary industries such as tanning and curing leather and curtail supply to the leather goods industry..






govt faces uphill task in making haryana stray cattle-free


written by khushboo sandhu | chandigarh | published:april 18, 2017 5:41 am the government has adopted a multi-pronged strategy to fulfill its target, including tagging of animals in cattle sheds and rehabilitation of stray cattle. expressin the absence of affordable techniques for sex selection of animals, reluctance of farmers to support unproductive cattle and stringent provisions against slaughtering, the haryana government has an uphill task to make the state free of stray cattle by august 15 this year. the government has adopted a multi-pronged strategy to fulfill its target, including tagging of animals in cattle sheds and rehabilitation of stray cattle.according to the 2012 census, there are 1.17 lakh stray cattle in haryana. another 3.66 lakh are present in more than 400 c...






tamil nadu feels cattle rule, vigilante pinch in markets


written by arun janardhanan | chennai | published:june 3, 2017 3:52 am trading of cattle in tamil nadu has taken a severe hit after the centre restricted their sale for slaughter in animal markets, according to several farmers and cattle traders in the state.related newstrading of cattle in tamil nadu has taken a severe hit after the centre restricted their sale for slaughter in animal markets, according to several farmers and cattle traders in the state. they said the problem was compounded because of the fear of cow vigilantes who were stopping trucks carrying the animals. r anbuvendhan, the president of the tamil nadu beef merchant and workers’ welfare association, said cattle flow into the state’s markets have come down drastically as reports have emerged of police and cow...






‘for growth, cooperatives need to work with govt’


written by aditi raja | vyara | published:april 18, 2017 2:32 am prime minister narendra modi at the inauguration of a fully-automatic cattle feed plant of sumul dairy in bajipura on monday. also present were chief minister vijay rupani and deputy chief minister nitinbhai patel . ptiprime minister narendra modi arrived here on monday to inaugurate a slew of projects worth rs 400 crore at bajipura sumul plant and laid emphasis on how the state cooperatives should work together with the government to execute development projects. modi, who inaugurated a cattle feed factory, ice cream plant and a honey plant, besides laying the foundation stone for a fully-automated plant for milk powder and a bakery plant, addressed a large gathering of tribals–mostly women from the tribal milk co...






ban on sale of cattle will hit farmers: meat exporters’ body


by: pti | lucknow | published:may 26, 2017 10:34 pm (ap photo/altaf qadri)the meat and livestock exporters’ body on friday claimed that the government’s decision to put a ban on the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter will eventually hit the farmers. it said a significant number of farmers usually arrives in these markets to sell their “unproductive” cattle.“it is the unproductive cattle, which arrives in large number for sale in these markets, as their feasibility virtually cease to exist, while the per day maintenance cost goes up.“the high yielding milching animals rarely arrive at the cattle market for sale. the per day cost incurred on a buffalo ranges from rs 125 to rs 150, while the general price of the milk sold is rs 40 per litre. if the...






centre’s cattle trade restrictions evoke strong reactions from politicians


by: express web desk | new delhi | updated: may 30, 2017 11:56 am it is evident that the real interest is not in preventing cruelty to animals but rather, in protecting cattle for other reasons. (illustration by subrata dhar)the centre’s decision on friday to ban the sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter at cattle markets evoked strong reactions. political leaders from different states have both hailed and opposed the decision. states like tamil nadu and kerala organised beef fests in protest whereas, in uttar pradesh, cow shelters welcomed the decision, saying the new rule would curb rampant theft and smuggling of cattle. the centre’s move is considered to be a big blow for meat suppliers across the country. the environment ministry notified the regulation of livestock market...






in bjp’s goa, cattle order is big worry for traders, tourists


by: smita nair | panaji | updated: june 3, 2017 6:22 am at the goa meat complex in south goa, no fresh cattle was brought thursday by any trader. (representational)related newstwo nights ago, trucks transporting cattle were asked to return from the goa-karnataka check post. officials at the border post said no certificate would be issued. goa’s meat trade, which is highly dependent on cattle fairs in karnataka’s border districts, has been severely hit by the central government notification banning the trade of cattle at animal markets for slaughter and meat.“this is a huge hit. we reached the border and then we were told. it was futile. we took our trucks back. we called the other traders who were half-way to other fairs beyond belgaum and stopped them,” anwar bepari, presiden...






the church needed an organist. he tried out. fifty years later, it looks like he


it’s not often that the story of an internationally known musician begins on a cattle drive.but that’s where it started for 78-year-old van knauss.and no, we’re not talking about cowboy guitar or a wah-wah campfire harmonica thing.knauss is a master of the organ — the baroque pipes, the swelling fugue soaring in a church nave. he was once called “close to perfection” by a washington music critic and “j.s. bach reincarnated” by a fan.but back to the cattle drive.knauss was a little kid in the 1940s, riding in his dad’s truck, driving cattle from their colorado ranch to denver. in town, they passed an organ studio, and dad stopped to take a look. that was it. no more cattle for little van.seeing all those rows of keys, the thumb pistons and toe studs that change the registe...






the church needed an organist. he tried out. fifty years later, it looks like he


it’s not often that the story of an internationally known musician begins on a cattle drive.but that’s where it started for 78-year-old van knauss.and no, we’re not talking about cowboy guitar or a wah-wah campfire harmonica thing.knauss is a master of the organ — the baroque pipes, the swelling fugue soaring in a church nave. he was once called “close to perfection” by a washington music critic and “j.s. bach reincarnated” by a fan.but back to the cattle drive.knauss was a little kid in the 1940s, riding in his dad’s truck, driving cattle from their colorado ranch to denver. in town, they passed an organ studio, and dad stopped to take a look. that was it. no more cattle for little van.seeing all those rows of keys, the thumb pistons and toe studs that change the registe...






uttar pradesh: 43 arrested for cattle smuggling, says police


by: pti | lucknow | published:march 23, 2017 9:28 pm (representational image)43 people have been arrested from various districts of uttar pradesh for their alleged role in cattle smuggling, police said on thursday, adding that 27 firs have been registered against 60 people for the same. the state police continued its crackdown on illegal slaughterhouses and cattle smuggling after strict directives by newly-appointed chief minister aditya nath yogi.“the drive is continuing in the entire state to check cattle smuggling and illegal slaughter houses,” additional superintendent of police (asp), dgp headquarter, rahul srivastav said.according to the reports received from districts till this morning, 27 firs have been registered against 60 persons for alleged cattle smuggling, out of whi...






aim of rules to regulate animal markets, sale of cattle: harsh vardhan


by: pti | new delhi | published:may 26, 2017 10:26 pm environment minister harsh vardhanthe new rules banning the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter aim at regulating such markets and also the sale of bovines, environment minister harsh vardhan today said. noting that the rules are very “specific”, he said that sellers and buyers have to ensure that cattle are not brought or sold in the markets for slaughter purpose and an undertaking to this effect has to obtained.“the ministry has notified the ‘prevention of cruelty to animals (regulation of livestock markets) rules, 2017’. the aim of the rules is only to regulate the animal market and sale of cattle in them and ensure welfare of cattle dealt in them,” he said.the government has banned the sale...






kerala high court says centre’s notification doesn’t ban cattle slaughter


by: express web desk | new delhi | updated: may 31, 2017 3:25 pm the kerala high court also reportedly expressed surprise at the madras high court’s stay order on the centre’s notification. (file photo)related newsdisposing a pil filed against the centre’s move to ban the sale and purchase of animals for slaughter at cattle markets, the kerela high court on wednesday observed that the new regulation doesn’t impose a complete ban on cattle slaughter. a division bench of the high court, hearing a pil filed by the youth congress secretary, said there was no breach of citizen’s rights.“the pil does not stand, since the centre’s regulation only bans sale of cattle for slaughter in animal markets. it has not banned cattle slaughter at all. can’t the sale and slaughtering be ...






12,000 cows tagged with aadhaar-like uid, include details of horn, tail in jhark


just a day after the centre told the supreme court that cows in jharkhand would get aadhaar-like 12-digit unique identification (uid) number to protects cattle from being illegally transported in india, the process has already begun in which over 12,000 cows have been tagged with uids.according to a report published in the hindustan times, “jharkhand has tagged over 12,000 cows with 12-digit unique identification (uid) number to prevent illegal transportation of cattle.”on april 24, the centre told the apex court that it will soon approve identity tags for all cattle in the country that will document a range of data, including a unique number and the type of their horn and tail, in order to prevent smuggling of cattle.in jharkhand, there is around 42 lakh head of cattle, and 70% of the...






kerala: ldf protest against ban on sale of cattle for slaughter


by: pti | thiruvananthapuram | published:june 22, 2017 10:42 pm the lives of lakhs of people depending on cattle and slaughter houses would be adversely affected, he added. (representational image)related newsruling cpi(m) led ldf in kerala staged protest marches across the state on thursday against the centre’s notification banning sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter in animal markets. cpi(m) state secretary kodiyeri balakrishnan inaugurated the raj bhavan march of ldf workers in thiruvananthapuram.speaking on the occasion, he said the state government would come out with a legislation if the centre does not make amendments in the notification. balakrishnan alleged that the cattle sale ban was part of the ‘imposition’ of the sangh parivar agenda in the country. it was als...






at lifeline of kerala cattle business, traders, brokers & dairy farmers hit


updated: june 13, 2017 12:48 am vaniamkulam market in palakkad district is said to be centuries old; now not much cattle coming in from other states. source: nirmal harindranbusiness has fallen by three-fourths at the vaniamkulam livestock market in kerala’s palakkad district since the centre’s notification restricting the sale of cattle for slaughter, says the contractor who runs the market.the weekly market, said to have started seven centuries ago and spanning five-and-a-half acres, is among three major hubs of the cattle trade in kerala — kuzhalmannam in palakkad district and perumbilavu in thrissur being the others — and the lifeline of smaller such markets in the state.n chandran, who has the contract to run the vaniamkulam market, says trade of animals, which had peaked...






groups running cow shelters hail new rules on cattle slaughter


by: pti | lucknow | published:may 27, 2017 6:57 pm the environment ministry has notified the stringent prevention of cruelty to animals (regulation of livestock markets) rules, 2017 under the prevention of cruelty to animals act.the centre’s decision to ban the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter has elicited a positive response from organisations running cow shelters, which have termed it as an “appropriate step” in the “right direction”. the chairman of lucknow-based shri lakshman gaushala, prabhu jalan, said the new rules would help in tackling rampant cattle theft and smuggling.“undoubtedly this is an appropriate step in the right direction, and should have been implemented long ago. this will also help in better handling of the stray cattle,






fauna - what giant insects would fill the role of our domesticated cattle?


look at futurama: click herebeetles! there are many species of beetles, some of them don't dig into the earth like other animals. it would make the farmers job hard looking underground for cattle. decent body/meat ratio. some beetle species even have a sense of parental care, making the farmers job easier. they are peaceful, don't fight each other and all they do is eat. they are omnivores. better body armour than the average insect is making them more durable.a problem could be the hive mind. someday all cattle of a farmer could escape at the same time.flying could be a problem, but you can cut the wings.






take care of stray cattle, nitish kumar tells gau rakshaks


written by santosh singh | patna | published:june 6, 2017 4:09 am bihar chief minister nitish kumar. (pti file photo)related newstaking a swipe at self-proclaimed cow vigilantes, bihar chief minister nitish kumar on monday said they should try to take care of stray cattle and that he is against use of the cow slaughter issue to divert attention from pressing matters. he also said that the situation in jammu and kashmir is “very sensitive” and the central government should take all political parties on board and try to resolve the issue.responding to a question on the cow protection drive by bjp and groups linked to it after the lok samvad programme here, nitish said: “while a few stray cattle can be seen on bihar roads, one can see cattle in large numbers on the roads of up....






beef ban: madras high court stays centre's ban on cattle slaughter


new delhi: the madurai bench of madras hc today put a four-week stay on centre's ban on cattle slaughter. the high court has asked the centre and state government to reply in four weeks over the issue. last week, the union environment ministry had notified stringent new rules that ban sale and purchase of cattle from any animal/livestock market for purposes of slaughter or religious sacrifice. the ministry had notified the stringent prevention of cruelty to animals (regulation of livestock markets) rules, 2017 under the prevention of cruelty to animals act, banning the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter. the rules define cattle as a bovine animal including bulls, bullocks, cows, buffaloes, steers, heifers and calves and camels. the n...






animal markets: home ministry's panel report may help to regulate animal markets


new delhi: recommendations by a home ministry committee to the supreme court in february 2017 could bolster the environment ministry’s attempts to regulate animal markets amid legal suits challenging the centre’s latest tweak to livestock market rules. the committee recommended that “a uniform act for cow preservation and protection in india” be brought to check illegal cattle smuggling and that interstate cattle trade and transport be restricted only to government agencies as far as possible. this would effectively cancel out the slaughter of cattle for food angle that has become a political hot potato. while not explicitly mentioning the 'livestock market' and its role, the report also says “more focus needs to be given to curb the movement of cattle at source stage” so tha...






centre bans sale of cows for slaughter


taking animals outside the state will require special approval of the state government nomineenew delhi: the environment ministry on friday banned the sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter through animal markets and introduced fresh restrictions on the sale of cattle in order to prevent their killing.“no one can bring cattle to an animal market unless he or she has furnished a written declaration that the cattle will not be sold for the purpose of slaughter. further, upon sale of cattle, the animal market committee will take an undertaking that the animals are for agricultural purposes and not for slaughter,” a gazette notification, titled prevention of cruelty to animals (regulation of livestock markets) rules, 2017 by the ministry of environment, forests and climate change stated....






if ban imposed on all cattle animals, farmers will face shortage of funds: ramda


by: express web desk | new dehi | published:april 14, 2017 11:40 am minister of state for social justice ramdas athawale. (file photo)union minister ramdas athawale on friday said the government should not ban slaughter of other cattle animals other than cow. speaking to news agency ani, athawale asserted that banning slaughter of all cattle animals will have adverse economic effects on the farmers’ community. “cow is a sacred animal to hindus. therefore, cow slaughter law should be enforced strictly to preserve our culture. but if a ban is imposed on other cattle, our farmers may face shortage of funds, since they will not be able to trade their bullock or other animals,” athawale said.talking about the need for increasing government’s participation in protecting diseased c...






new rules would ensure cattle is not ill-treated: maneka gandhi


by: pti | new delhi | published:may 27, 2017 4:33 pm gandhi said strict monitoring would ensure that no animals are bought for slaughter through livestock markets. (file)union minister maneka gandhi saturday said the new rules banning sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter would ensure that the bovines are not ill-treated. gandhi, an animal rights activist, had earlier called for an end to cow slaughter and also suggested banning zoos across the country.“what used to happen is that farmers would force 80 heads of cattle in vehicles suitable to carry eight or nine animals and then take them to animal markets and slaughter them.“farmers would also send ailing and unhealthy cattle for slaughter to these markets. the new rule will ensure such things don’t happ...






sc to hear plea against centre’s cattle notification


by: express news service | new delhi | published:june 8, 2017 4:04 am the supreme court.related newsthe supreme court will next week hear a plea challenging the centre’s may 23 notification prohibiting sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter in animal markets. hyderabad-based lawyer mohammed abdul faheem qureshi has challenged the notification as “arbitrary”. he has called it “violative” of rights, including that of personal liberty and to practice and propagate one’s religion.qureshi has sought an ad-interim stay on the notification and an order declaring it unconstitutional. “the complete ban on sale or purchase or resale of animals would cast a huge economic burden on the farmers, cattle traders…’’ the plea said. it added that the farmers and cattle traders fi...






cattle decline: ngt seeks policy to save indigenous cattle breeds


by: express news service | new delhi | published:may 19, 2017 2:07 am the national green tribunal office in new delhi. (express photo: tashi tobgyal)noting a “rapid decline” in the population of indigenous breeds of cattle across the country, the national green tribunal on thursday directed the union government to frame a national policy in this regard.the environment ministry and the department of animal husbandry have been directed to hold a meeting with all the states.“the records submitted by various states clearly indicate that there has been a rapid decline in indigenous breeds of cattle. tell us what steps have you taken to prevent this decline in the population of species which may even lead to their extinction…” a bench headed by ngt chairperson justice swatanter ku...






three cattle traders lynched in jharkhand; police claim villagers mistook them f


by: express web desk | new delhi | updated: may 19, 2017 11:59 am while ruling out any communal motive to the incident, police said child-kidnapping rumours in the region may have caused the incident. (source: google maps)three cattle traders were reportedly lynched by a village mob near jamshedpur’s daru village on thursday, reported the telegraph. police ruled out any communal motive and said the mob apparently took the three to be child lifters.the incident took place when a group of four cattle traders were on their way to rajnagar in seraikela-kharsawan district to buy cattle. the group was reportedly planning to sell the animals at the weekly market in their home village haldipokha.the car in which sheikh naim, 35, sheikh sajju, 25, sheikh siraj, 26 and sheikh halim, 28 ...






india cattle ban: supreme court issues notice


new delhi: india’s supreme court on thursday issued a notice to the central government, based on pleas challenging the centre’s order banning the sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter.a vacation bench, comprising justices s.k. kaul and r.k. agrawal, asked the central government to file its response within two weeks on the petition.the court, however, declined to stay new cattle slaughter rules issued by the environment ministry, saying it was not in favour of passing any interim order. the next date of hearing in the case is july 11.the petitions challenged the may 25 notification of the environment ministry, which imposed the prohibition on the sale of cattle — cows, bulls, buffaloes, camels, heifers — for the purpose of slaughter from animal markets.hyderaba...






cattle slaughter: supreme court notice to centre on plea challenging notificatio


by: express web desk | new delhi | updated: june 15, 2017 11:09 am the centre recently banned the sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter. (representational image)related newsthe supreme court on thursday issued notice to the centre on a petition challenging the notification banning sale and purchase of cattle at animal markets for slaughter. the centre has been asked to file its response within two weeks. the matter will be heard next on july 11.fahim qureshi, a hyderabad-based lawyer, moved the top court, saying the notification was “discriminatory” and “unconstitutional” as it violated the cattle trader’s right to free trade. a vacation bench of justices ashok bhushan and deepak gupta is hearing the petition.the prevention of cruelty to animals (reg...






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