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Should Bullfighting be Banned?
Beef as side-product from bullfighting bulls was called '
the most ecological meat in the world
'. This would be lost if bullfighting is prohibited.
There is a growing interest in bull meat in
cuisine and an increase in
. Some chefs and experts believe it should be
and preserved regardless of bullfighting. If this trend takes root, some farmers could breed bulls for their meat instead of fighting.
Niche farmers sustain the populations of rare species, such as
There does not appear to be any particular evidence that the cattle in question have a smaller environmental footprint than other cattle. Indeed, given that they are kept alive past the point at which other cattle would be slaughtered for food, they may indeed be less environmentally friendly.