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Definition of Stockbreeder
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Stockbreeder
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1. Bibliographical Survey of Contemporary Sources for the Economic and Social by Mildred Emily Bulkley (1922)
"Gives some account of the working of the Committees, but is mainly a discussion of what they should do. Farmer and stockbreeder Year Book, for 1915, &c. ..."
2. Dictionary of National Biography: Index and Epitome by Sidney Lee (1903)
"CHARLES (1761-1836), stockbreeder : occupied farm at Ketton, ... 45] COLLING, ROBERT (1749-1820), stockbreeder; brother of Charles Colling [qv] ; occupied ..."
3. The Story of the Herefords: An Account of the Origin and Development of the by Alvin Howard Sanders (1914)
"... Royal at Windsor that materially affected two leading English agricultural newspapers, "Bell's Weekly Messenger" and "The Farmer and stockbreeder. ..."
4. Animal Farm: A Fairy Story by George Orwell (1996)
"Snowball had made a close study of some back numbers of the Farmer and stockbreeder which he had found in the farmhouse, and was full of plans for ..."
5. The Lancet (1898)
"Chatterie; Free Home for the Dying, Lond , Secretary of; Foreign News Agency, Paris; Farmer and stockbreeder, Editor of. ..."
6. Annual Report by Illinois Farmers' Institute (1902)
"... professor of household economics at the University of Minnesota, She ia more than this; she is a farmer, a large farmer herself, and a stockbreeder, ..."