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Synonyms for sheepherder

a herder of sheep (on an open range)

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Most of Taylor's cheeses are from California and the Northwest, with cheeses from Old Chatham Sheepherding, Beehive Cheese Co.
I was trying to think of one thing in life where we have that kind of control, and the only thing I could think of is sheepherding.
Kimi Jackson, Farmworkers, Nonimmigration Policy, Involuntary Servitude, and a Look at the Sheepherding Industry, 76 CHI.
net website to have said that the remarks by Obeid are "selfish", and ignores the fact that there are six million Northerners sheepherding twenty-five heads of livestock over 1,400 km across the North-South borders.
Instead of sheepherding, they are busy with burning, looting, and killing.
The youth, ensemble fanned out into its community to sample ethnic specialties--and even to give sheepherding a try.
The 11-part series follows the ladies in white as they compete to win a wedding in Gretna Green tackling everything from sheepherding in Devon to cheese wrapping in Somerset along the way.
Despite the fact that sheepherding played a vital role in Western history, few people know much about it.
Farmer's markets are the best places to look, though online retailers, including Old Chatham Sheepherding Company, ship to homes.
Lakeside was all about sheepherding, while Pinetop saw freight wagons heading toward Fort Apache.
The photography, by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto (who shot 'Amores Perros" and "Frida"), can be stunning, particularly the early sheepherding scenes.
It's a potent reminder that what city folk call "gay culture" can be as foreign to many LGBT Americans as sheepherding would be to Michael (Richard Ganoung), Glances' protagonist.
Special attractions include an ancient Irish village, sheepherding, Connemara ponies, highland games, Irish dog shows, Ireland vs.
Ned Begay leaves his sheepherding Navajo family at age six for a strict mission school, where his mouth is washed out with soap for speaking his native language and he is told to forget about his heritage.