Why did not each ancient dairyman
take his own teacup of milk and his own cask of water, and mix them, without making a government matter of it?
At last, one day in early May, a letter reached her from a former friend of her mother's, to whom she had addressed inquiries long before--a person whom she had never seen--that a skilful milkmaid was required at a dairy-house many miles to the southward, and that the dairyman
would be glad to have her for the summer months.
DTN/The Progressive Farmer (28), Penton Agriculture (20), Meredith Agrimedia (15), C Magazine (10), Farm Journal Media (9), The Furrow (9), Western Producer (9), CHS (7), Homestead (7), Illinois Soybean Assn (6), Filament Marketing (6), Hoard's Dairyman
played dead to save himself after one of his cows went berserk and attacked him.
Catholic Insight thanks the writers, staff, and editor of The Progressive Dairyman
for their good sense in keeping Christmas well and honouring Christmas in their magazine.
He received the Worcester County Dairyman
of the Year award in 1977 and was named Massachusetts Dairyman
of the year in 1978.
Pacheco, a fourth-generation dairyman
from Kerman, Calif.
Terry Rowlett, a second-generation dairyman
from Kentucky, said he's very excited about the campaign and the chance to virtually host consumers on his farm.
Mickovski mentions the examples with dairyman
Dusko and tobacco grower Kire, the hardships of the redundant workers who suffered because of their uprising against the government.
The timeless story, set in a village in Russia, follows the travails of Tevye the dairyman
, who struggles, with humour and humility, to raise five daughters.
Hein Hettinga on being barred from underselling the dairy cartel, quoted in The Washington Post, December 10
It ploughed into the retired dairyman
as passers-by dived for cover.