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a rancher who grazes cattle or sheep for market

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Ruabon gamekeeper Stuart Hart said managing the 7,000-acre heather moorland for wildlife involved co-operation between graziers, gamekeepers, shoot captain and landowner.
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.
Defense Ministry sending helicopter to assist 7 graziers to get through pass of Kok-Suu pasture
The latest incident occurred in Demchok area of Ladakh on July 22 when some Chinese graziers pitched tents on the Indian side of the Line of Actual Control.
Commons Development Officers (CDOs), appointed to oversee applications, are now urging remaining commons graziers to examine the potential benefits of joining.
This not only resulted in underfeeding but the poor graziers also had to purchase fodders and concentrates at their high prices to overcome the problem of underfeeding and malnutrition of the grazing animals.
The project is being managed by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership, which secured a long-term agreement with owners and graziers of Allendale Common and Natural England to allow the restoration work to go ahead.
Wakefield and District Sunday League Stanley Graziers 3 Crown Scissett 5 FOR their first match since the beginning of November, Crown Scissett FC travelled to the home ground of Stanley Graziers, the club formerly known as The Vine Tree.
The American Grassfed Association, a network of almost 400 graziers, is behind this effort.
Australian signatories include Grains Council of Australia, Grain Growers Association and Pastoralists and Graziers Association of Western Australia Inc.
Drawing from his many years of experience and expertise, as well as centuries of wisdom from traditional graziers in creating beautiful, lush, sustainable pastures (as well as cutting-edge modern innovators with biodynamic and sea-solid fertilization methods), readers will be treated to a wealth of practical and applicable information on the critical importance of the grasses in contemporary agriculture.
Edelweiss Graziers Cooperative has been formed by a small group Wisconsin dairy farmers to create specialty, grass-based cheese from the milk of their rotationally grazed dairy herds.
The only other side to have promotion aspirations are the Anker who visited Graziers Arms.
Graziers in New South Wales had two solutions to maintain their stock.