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  • noun Plural form of rancher.

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Examples

  • ; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Independent-minded ranchers founded R-CALF -- which stands for Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund -- in 1990 to oppose such corporate power and make a political thrust they felt they weren\'t getting from the biggest ranchers\' group, the Denver-based National Cattlemen\'s Beef Association.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Redefining Rancher Politics (Where's the Beef?)

  • So, in this regard, the federal government has actually failed in its task of protecting the minority of ranchers from the majority of faunaphiles.

    Bush Administration v. Environmental Groups

  • Events of The Octopus are based on the struggle of the San Joaquin ranchers against the

    Frank Norris

  • So, in this regard, the federal government has actually failed in its task of protecting the minority of ranchers from the majority of faunaphiles.

    Bush Administration v. Environmental Groups

  • Agricultural expansion into the southern and western sides of the Reserve by small farmers and cattle ranchers is reducing the forests which are also being massively logged for precious woods such as caoba (Swietenia macrophylla) which threaten the World Heritage values for which the Reserve was inscribed.

    Río Plátano Biosphere Reserve, Honduras

  • Most of the men are dirty and bearded, but more importantly the conflict between outlaws are struggling ranchers is less important than how they both get in the way of corporate progress.

    ‘Yuma’ DVD Arrives

  • If nothing else, we can note that the ethnozoology of the ranchers is skewed in this case: a large canine will be called "wolf" regardless of its true taxonomic status.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • The damage to ranchers is bad aloso, they may be compensated for the loss of an animal, but not for the damage to fences (spooked cattle can wreck a lot) moving the herd to 'safer pastures, additional feed costs, lost unborn calves due to stress, etc. the other thing is that those who were in favor of re-introducing wolves forgot the human factor - for thousand of years native americans hunted the wolves, so there was a balance.

    Montana Hunters Howling Over Wolves

  • Under the circumstances, I’m sure you’ll agree that imposing a “flat” (i.e. flatulence) tax on cattle ranchers is warranted.

    The Sixth Warmest Year, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I hear mostly from ranchers, which is strange, because cattle are not kept in cages.

    AltWeeklies.com Site Feed

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