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a rancher who grazes cattle or sheep for market

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"The Forum, which looks after Welsh Commoners, takes the view that the differences have become more acute with devolved Government, and this has brought a very clear need to identify far more closely with the requirements of the practical grazier in Wales."
It will now be auctioned as part of a fashion show at Colin Grazier Hotel, in Church Street, Tamworth, on August 18.
Evan Morgan, who serves as member champion for agriculture and land management for Brecon Beacons National Park Authority and chairs the Meithrin Mynydd Forum, said he was aware of the issues that graziers face with the Glastir proposal as a grazier in Sennybridge for many years.
Local grazier Gwynfor Jones said it was essential that moorland management was recognised so that farmers can capitalise on proposed Sustainable Farming payments.
Beef and sheep farmer Frances Gwillim, a non-active grazier, said that if the bid was successful, the benefits would extend much further than direct benefits to the graziers, such as restoring wildlife habitats and employment creation.
ANOTHER hero whose name does not appear in history books is Colin Grazier.His bravery helped save thousands of lives - because he helped steal the complex Enigma code books from a sinking U-Boat.
VANDALS who defaced a painting of Tamworth war hero Colin Grazier have been condemned by outraged residents.
But Colin Grazier's heroism helped saved thousands of lives - and millions of tons of precious wartime cargo.
Developing this sense is called the "grazier's eye." (The cow is the grazer; you're the grazier.) If you're moving animals every day and recording how much area you gave them, you'll quickly get a good sense of how much area they need for one day.
"Ordinary wheelchairs can be used to make a low-cost portable workbench." says Ken Grazier, Havre, Montana, who attached a 6-foot-long bed frame to a set of wheelchair wheels.
It is quite obvious from the results that non availability of credit, loan, subsidy or any other financial assistance, non cooperative hostile attitude of farmers, canal and forest departments officials towards agro- grazier, underfeeding, malnutrition, animal diseases, non availability of veterinary medicines, presence of unpalatable and noxious plants in grazing sites and high prices of animal feeds and forages and medicines are some of the prominent problems being faced by the agro- graziers in Southern Punjab.
John Sydney came the Australia in the early 1840s and went out back to try his luck as a grazier. He had various adventures with bushrangers and Aboriginals and when he went back to England after ten years in the colony he recounted the stones to his brother Samuel.
Dudley Council in the West Midlands said it was delighted at the successful prosecution of Linda Grazier, who committed the offence in June as she emerged from Poundland into the town's market place.
However, Sir John Smith VC in his 1968 GC book wrote that there was considerable discussion that the posthumous GC awards to Fasson and Grazier of HMS Petard should have merited the VC.