Senate has stepped down the second reading of three bills on cattle rearing in the country.

The two bills are the bil to provide for the establishment of grazing areas management agency and the bill to provide for the establishment of national ranches commission for the regulation, management, preservation and control of ranches.

Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, who raised a point of order when the lawmakers began to treat the bills during Wednesday’s plenary, pointed out that the senate lacked the powers to deal with matters that are on the concurrent list, except on the exclusive list.

The majority leader of the senate, Senator Ali Ndume, also supported Ekweremadu’s point.