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  • noun

Synonyms for dairyman

the owner or manager of a dairy

a man who works in a dairy

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United Dairymen of Arizona will match every gallon of milk Shamrock Farms donates for this game.
A 15th loss of the campaign sees the Dairymen remain in the drop-zone, but head coach Matthew Lloyd still believes they can avoid relegation.
The Dairymen could have clinched a losing bonus point at the death when Tom Piper barged over, but Harley Thomson's conversion effort was wide.
The project forms part of The Grocer's wider investigation into the state of innovation in the dairy industry for this year's Dairymen.
As older dairymen are selling out, there is a reduction in herd numbers but dairy cow numbers are staying pretty consistent because of growth in larger herds.
Ours is a company founded by dairymen for dairymen facing new, tougher air quality requirements," said David Albers, president of Bakersfield-based BioEnergy Solutions.
48 LLANHARAN gave their beleaguered fans something to cheer about as the Dairymen cruised into the last 16 of the Swalec Cup, putting 14-man Blackwood to the sword.
While farmers and dairymen go out of business, Hollywood elitists and executives will rake in more money,'' Rep.
Farmers, dairymen, ranchers and small-scale food producers from all over northeast Ohio are unloading trucks and filling their tables with a luscious array of local products: ripe, ready-to-eat flesh fruits and vegetables; herbs; homemade cheese; grass-fed, free-range, and hormone-free meats and poultry; eggs; mushrooms; honey; preserves; and baked goods.
The family of dairymen (and dairywomen) liked their Newcastle Brown, and thought the ale's flavors would translate well in a frozen dessert.
In Arizona, the majority of dairies belong to a co-op, United Dairymen of Arizona (UDA).
dairymen is urging Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman to audit and improve the USDA's cheese inventory reporting procedures to ensure accuracy.
Club official Hugh Smith is pleased with the way the Dairymen have started their second season in the Championship and hopes the best is yet to come.
In 1980, Cotta was named to his first real leadership role: CEO of United Dairymen of California, a producer trade organization.
But while cutting back on promotions won't be easy, as this year's Dairymen supplement shows, the industry has many reasons to feel good about itself.