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stock·breed·ing

 (stŏk′brē′dĭng)
n.
The breeding and raising of livestock.

stock′breed′er n.

stockbreeder

(ˈstɒkˌbriːdə)
n
(Breeds) a person who breeds or rears livestock as an occupation
ˈstockˌbreeding n
Translations

stockbreeder

[ˈstɒkˌbriːdəʳ] Nganadero/a m/f

stockbreeder

[ˈstɒkˌbriːdəʳ] nallevatore/trice di bestiame
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They provide a variety of services to farmers and stockbreeders.
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They were stockbreeders and in a specific period of the year they sheared (strignuva) their sheep near the place where the river flows out of the lake.
Just a few hours into her term, Manolova is already staring with "real work" by meeting members of non-profit organizations of people with disabilities, parents of children with disabilities, and several associations of stockbreeders who demonstrated on Monday demanding an increase in state subsidies.
The plan consisted of recruiting mainly German, Swiss and Flemish Catholic farmers and stockbreeders and transporting them to Spain as colonists.
The capacity of stockbreeders has fallen remarkably this year.
Monoculture broke the balance of the traditional agro-ecosystem; the new development model based on the exploitation of forest, with an exclusively economic aim, neglected the role of farmers as land cultivators and stockbreeders, and as potential protectors of nature.
While the voyage of the Beagle and the work of Gregor Mendel were yet future during Austen's time, selective horse, cattle, sheep, pig, and dog breeding had been going on in the farms of England since the 1300s, and horticulturists were not far behind stockbreeders in developing preferred botanical varieties (Russell 3).
Two weeks ago, the General Directorate of the Meat and Dairy Institute (ESK) has made cash payments to stockbreeders to quickly increase meat supply in the market and many are concerned the next step could be to import meat from abroad.
A cost price for rapeseed oil has been evaluated as the difference between total expenses and total earned incomes obtained for the sold oilcake to the stockbreeders.