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an owner or tenant of a small farm in Great Britain

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The crofter fell while repairing the roof of a shed.
However the crofter, who lives on Skye, now accompanies them by boat.
He said although he had spent the last seven years in England he had got another crofter to look after his Highland cows.
The Road to the Isles is interspersed with periodic references to "the present crofter agitation.
One of the most significant reports ever prepared about the wild lands of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland was compiled by Lord Napier's Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Condition of Crofters and Cottars in the later years of the 19th century.
Crofter, trained by Paul Donovan for the Let's Get On Large syndicate, who are no strangers to owning useful hurdlers, also impressed with a 29.
Crofters will be paid compensation if the losses can be proved to be the work of the predators.
That is why the Scottish Government have earmarked PS200million of national funds so any farmer or crofter who has not received an instalment by the end of March gets a nationally funded payment in April.
At Easter a few years ago, a crofter was herding donkeys along the single-track road between Rhiconich and Durness in northwest Sutherland.
Crofter's Cline was a doughty son of Crofter who won five races as a two-year-old in 1986.
35 per animal and nothing for the vehicle as long as the crofter - and at least one animal - is going to market.
In the first place, Sturgeon could double the financial support for crofter housing and widen the scheme to give a boost to remote villages.
Highland Council sent workmen to the isle of Raasay after we revealed the sorry state of Calum's Road, built single-handedly by crofter Calum MacLeod in the 60s.
A CROFTER was banned from keeping animals for 10 years yesterday after admitting cruelty crimes.