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stockbreeder

a person who breeds or rears livestock as an occupation
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These markets are opportunity for stockbreeders to sell their cattle at good prices.
After we received this certificate, we plan on organizing a workshop for training stockbreeders about the requirements that need to be met during the production of this cheese.
The aggregation project to promote milk industry in the province of Al Hoceima, which spans over two years, will ultimately benefit 400 stockbreeders.
Once a direct contract is signed between Georgian stockbreeders and Iranian customers, the prices for Iranian sides will be decreased while profits for Georgian sides will be increased," he added.
The ICRC's assistance consists of buying livestock from small stockbreeders
It's apparently well known to stockbreeders, when they find out that a prize bull retained for breeding purposes is failing to do his duty in the farmyard.
The appointment of a woman to the top civic role in the community of stockbreeders, defying the trend in the increasingly conservative Muslim nation, was confirmed by the interior ministry in November.
Japanese stockbreeders have not been suffering from any ill effects following the outbreak.
The Yoruk are not agriculturalists, the men are stockbreeders and meet their needs by trading their lifestock.
I now know something of the sleepless nights stockbreeders and their families are enduring, not knowing whether their animals are to be the next victims.
I just deplore everyone in this massive industry of killing animals, ie farmers, stockbreeders, workers in these animal Belseus called abattoirs, and hauliers who take live animals to their continental hell.
In view of the increasingly heavy budget for the common agricultural policy (CAP) and following the reproaches addressed to the EEC during the meetings of GATT (General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs), the 12 member states of the EEC have agreed to reduce their direct and indirect subsidies to European stockbreeders and farmers.