(1) Our house is a rancher so I could talk to him without shouting down like Juliet to her Romeo.(2) The little ramshackle cottage was built on a gentle incline, wedged between a two-story condo on the left and a rancher with a big front lawn on the right.(3) The coalition, made up of area ranchers and farmers, may file an appeal of the decision.(4) Previously, ranchers and farmers were allowed to request that portions of their agricultural lease be put up for public auction.(5) The cattle farmers and ranchers appealed to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.(6) Both models empower ranchers , because they complement and augment the rancher's own storehouse of knowledge and experience.(7) Farmers and ranchers can even turn to the Internet for products and services.(8) Within its boundaries live over a hundred human residents, many of whom are farmers or cattle ranchers .(9) The livestock industry argues that ranchers have a right to graze on any land near their water rights, even if they do not own the land.(10) After all, if they do well, farmers, ranchers and consumers will do well, right?(11) He says Florida cattle ranchers were aided by recent severe winters and drought.(12) What worries me is the lack of concern regarding this trend among farmers and ranchers .(13) Certified-organic crop farmers, livestock producers, ranchers , and handlers all qualify.(14) Due to its low value for livestock forage, it is a concern to livestock producers and ranchers .(15) Private armies have flourished with the support of cattle ranchers , large-scale farmers, and investors.(16) Some nomads were settled as farmers, ranchers , or fishermen.
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