- 1A person who rears or fattens cattle or sheep for market.More example sentences
- The demand for land focused hostile attention upon the graziers, who reared cattle and sheep commercially on extensive pastoral holdings.
- However, as more and more graziers opt for this market it too will become ‘saturated’ and diminished profits from over supply will eventuate.
- It was a sheep grazier of Scottish descent, who saw the potential of camels for carrying goods on a commercial basis, particularly in the centre of Australia.
- 1.1Australian /NZ A large-scale sheep or cattle farmer.More example sentences
- The forum is aimed at young farmers, graziers and people in the wider agricultural industry in the Western Division.
- Entrepreneurs, graziers, farmers and professionals formed an elite, which dominated municipal politics and was generally hostile to the labour movement.
- The recovery bill has reached half a billion dollars, and the February and July floods affected around 1,800 dairy farmers and graziers.
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