cattleman


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Synonyms for cattleman

a man who raises (or tends) cattle

a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback

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Cattleman's offers booths and tables, and on our Friday night visit, we witnessed families, couples and friends filling practically every seat with uniformed baseball fans noshing at the bar.
Essentially, the Cattleman's existing internal bar was lengthened by 1cm, approximately, to reach the firing pin, and the wedge was done away with (net result: one less moving part).
We understand a design/engineering change has been made in the newer production Cattleman. A coil spring an d plunger installed through the rear of the frame have replaced the older leaf spring which was integral to the hand.
"Producers seem to understand the value of their beef checkoff program," said Andy Tucker, chairman of the Cattlemen's Beef Board and a Florida cattleman. "Its value has never been more apparent than in the wake of the discovery of a single case of BSE in the U.S.
--Texas cattleman Donald Brown on why breeders are stocking up on prized cloned calves, even before FDA approval of the sale of cloned meat.
After gaining information from the Muscle Profiling study, the Cattleman's Beef Board and National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA) helped to develop new cuts of beef that offer easy preparation, greater consistency and more affordable, lean beef options for consumers.
Says Jason Campbell, spokesperson for the National Cattleman's Beef Association: "We think there's room for both [cows and horses].
From a cattleman's perspective, I would like to add to your timely article "Hormones: Here's the beef" (SN: 1/5/02, p.
Until the early 1990s, only Geraldo Pinheiro, a fourth-generation cattleman who owns the Sao Geraldo ranch in Bonito, and his family and close friends were privy to the piscine pleasures of the limpid Sucuri River, which meanders through his land.
17th; 634-9700)-- you'll be eating in the parlor of one former cattleman's redbrick mansion, known locally as the Whipple House.
Consumers say they simply do not have time anymore to cook beef dinners, said George Swan, an Idaho rancher and president of the National Cattleman's Beef Association.
US talk show host Oprah Winfrey's airing of a second show on mad cow disease was not enough to undo the damage caused by the first, a cattleman testified.
Health officials tested water samples from several businesses before concluding that the airborne bacteria came from warm stagnant water in a cooling tower on the roof of Cattleman's Market in Farmington.
"We need to be able to kill those animals immediately, instead of having to wait days for a permit," argues Sheila Massey of the California Cattleman's Association.