stockbreeder


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stockbreeder

a person who breeds or rears livestock as an occupation
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After her first client, a stockbreeder, "La Nardo se quedo sabia de infidelidades ante la vida.
On the other hand, a stockbreeder from the eastern province of Kars was quoted in DE-nya's report as saying that large meat producers are the ones behind the price hikes in red meat.
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.
They provide a variety of services to farmers and stockbreeders.
Contract awarded for Training 170 Farmers And Stockbreeders 50
They were stockbreeders and in a specific period of the year they sheared (strignuva) their sheep near the place where the river flows out of the lake.
Just a few hours into her term, Manolova is already staring with "real work" by meeting members of non-profit organizations of people with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities, and several associations of stockbreeders who demonstrated on Monday demanding an increase in state subsidies.