Definition of Stock farmer
1. Noun. Farmer who breed or raises livestock.
Specialized synonyms: Breeder, Stock Breeder, Beef Man, Cattleman, Cow Man, Sheepman
Generic synonyms: Farmer, Granger, Husbandman, Sodbuster
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stock Farmer
Literary usage of Stock farmer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The State of Missouri: An Autobiography by Walter Williams (1904)
"While the live stock farmer Sixty per cent of Missouri stock farms owned by the men who till them. JUDGE CM DALRY AND JACK GROVER CLEVELAND. ..."
2. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1902)
"What constitutes an up-to-date stock farmer? I am sorry I did not hear the address of Mr. Carter on Tuesday evening. First of all he is a gentleman. ..."
3. The British Almanac: Containing Astronomical, Official and Other Information by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) (1856)
"The schedule also contained columns for the entry of stock, where the property was held by a stock-farmer. The difference between the tillage-farmer and the ..."
4. Trade Foundations Based on Producing Industries (1919)
"The stock farmer on High Priced Land.—A stock farmer having high priced land can succeed, if he specializes in making the land produce more feed. ..."
5. Farmer's Cyclopedia of Live Stock by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Clarence Beaman Smith (1908)
"The stock farmer a manufacturer— Legitimate stock farming never leads to this ... The stock farmer is a manufacturer. His animals are the machines he works ..."
6. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1903)
"The sin of the live stock farmer the same as that of the grain farmer; the only difference is in degree. As a rule, the •ins of the grain farmer will fall ..."
7. Productive Feeding of Farm Animals by Fritz Wilhelm Woll (1916)
"A clear understanding of the main principles underlying the nutrition of farm animals has never been more important to ±he stock farmer than at the present ..."