stockbreeder


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stockbreeder

a person who breeds or rears livestock as an occupation
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Since current prices are still on the rise, increasing by 30 percent in January of this year compared to the price in 2013, the market balance has often been called into question by stockbreeders and large meat producers.
"By and large a News of the World man, or a Farmer and Stockbreeder man, or a Penthouse man, deserves to be where he is.
Another stockbreeder from Bilecik, Selim Yurt says state subsidies are not enough to reduce the cost of keeping cattle.
A journalist who has worked for Farmers' Weekly and British Farmer & Stockbreeder, she has studied business analysis and economic forecasting for almost 20 years.
On Wednesday, one stockbreeder was arrested amidst the blockade of the Trakia highway near Plovdiv.
The son of the arrested stockbreeder complained that the policemen had acted arrogantly and insultingly towards his father.
The impact of the decisions on the import of the livestock and red meat in Turkey on the bovine stockbreeders, J.
The first chapter of Darwin's 1859 Origin of Species is entitled "Variation under Domestication," and in it Darwin analyzes the ways in which agriculturalists and stockbreeders had long been breeding animals and grafting plants in order to select and encourage certain traits.
Stockbreeders continued were they had left off with their demonstration on Thursday, blocking roads leading to the Turkish Cypriot agriculture office in north Nicosia.