agribusinessman

agribusinessman

(ˌæɡrɪˈbɪznɪsmæn)
n, pl -men
a person who engages in agribusiness
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Binahon, Agribusinessman, and Owner of Binahon AgroForestry Farm, each presented their best practices and success stories in instilling green TVET and boosting agricultural produce.
He was an agribusinessman with investments in modern technology in agriculture and banking.
Bart eventually retired to Palawan with his Filipino wife, and became a practicing agriculturist and agribusinessman himself.
The change comes about four years after the death of the elder agribusinessman and bank owner, who graduated from Piggott High School in 1951 and later made his home in Sikeston, Missouri.
It included the finalists for the Star Farmer of America and Star Agribusinessman of America.
According to General Domingo Ramirez Garrido, Chief of Staff of the Secretariat of War and Navy and a devout Obregonista, President Obregon, a capitalist and an agribusinessman who had nothing but contempt toward any kind of communism, deserves full credit for changing Soto y Gama's political outlook.
The initiative for opening the store came from a member of the Association of Agribusinessman (AAK) Jer Azygy Co Amana Daniyarova.The main objectives of the store opening are the promotion of quality-certified seeds, fertilizers, and crop protection products and improvement of the agribusiness dealersCO network.
Originally founded by Neil Nusbaum, a successful agribusinessman located in Monticello, IN, the first show was produced at WTHI, in Terra Haute, IN, and distributed to a fledging network of thirty-five Midwest TV stations.
However, the authors demonstrate that agribusiness fails to recognize its excessive consumption of resources and its ultimate unsustainability; both the land and the agribusinessman will suffer ruin in the end, only to be bought out by even larger interests, and the cycle will repeat until the system's ultimate collapse.
Everyone who voted for him last year, and everyone who didn't, pegged the former congressman and rural Clay County agribusinessman as an ultraconservative Reaganite.
He is 46 years old, a former minister of interior, and an agribusinessman.
As Troy Chatham pursues his dream of a sprawling, mechanized farm that will elevate him to the status of an agribusinessman, he demonstrates a methodical disregard for the rhythms of his land and family.