Well, I have had some training in risk analysis, and I need more information than "there are people getting killed by bulls everywhere".
First, I need to know incidence rates. Of all people who handle bulls, how many were killed? Is it one in a hundred or one in a million. We all take some risks every day based on the likelihood of it affecting us. I hear every night on the news of someone killed in a car accident, yet I'm crazy enough to keep driving because I consider the risk to be low enough.
Secondly, all bulls are not created equal. This old man mentioned these were 4H bulls. If all bulls are killers, why do I go the fair and see ladies leading ton+ bulls around with halters while city slickers with children walk right next to them?
“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”