Stock Photo: A group of Nyagatom men draw blood from a steer early in the morning. A leather tourniquet is tied round the animals neck before the jugular pierced with a short, sharp arrow. Two or three pints will be drawn from a healthy steer, which will not be bled again for a month.

Stock Photo: 4272-10765 A group of Nyagatom men draw blood from a steer early in the morning.  A leather tourniquet is tied round the animals neck before the jugular pierced with a short, sharp arrow. Two or three pints will be drawn from a healthy steer, which will not be bled again for a month.