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Should rodeo’s be on more often in Australia And is it a way of life that you could live

By Rodeo cowboy . Created on 04 Dec, 2018
Lifestyle 285 votes | 3 Comments
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Yes it’s a way of life you could live

Yes it’s a way of life you could live

No way I could live that life

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No way I could live that life
Janice said on Dec 16, 2018
I am opposed to rodeo events - if we strapped a tight strap around a man's groin and then made him jump all over the place we would be had up for cruelty.
Yes
Rodeo cowboy said on Dec 16, 2018
These bulls that we use in rodeo are bread to do what they do just like a cow if bread from long lines for beef we don’t just find any old bull get on it’s back and see if it will buck and all of the rodeo stock are treated well and with the up most respect there not born out in a Feld where they have the potential to be torn about by eagle crows and dogs they are born with a vet on premises to make sure everything ...
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Teoni said on Dec 12, 2018
I'm not really fond of animals being used as entertainment. Call me an idealist but I do wish animals could be valued for the fascinating creatures they are not for what tricks we can make them do =/
No way I could live that life
Gerald said on Dec 5, 2018
It is cruel, they shock them and put a tight strap in a sensitive area to make them buck.
One source of controversy is the flank strap. The flank strap is placed around a bull's flank, just in front of the hind legs, to encourage bucking. Critics say that the flank strap encircles or otherwise binds the genitals of the bull. Should be banned.
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Rodeo cowboy said on Dec 5, 2018
Finally I found one of you’s look at those photos there mate he bloke on the back of those bulls that’s me mate look at the hind quarters that rope that is as you say “tight” its actually loose because a bull will buck harder if it is loose as they have the knowledge and the capability of kicking it of hence its name the kicker these animals do not get shocked at all and if you spent any time around live stock muste...
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