dairyman

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dair·y·man

 (dâr′ē-mən)
n.
1. A man who owns or manages a dairy.
2. A man who works in a dairy.

dairyman

(ˈdɛərɪmən)
n, pl -men
(Agriculture) a man who works in a dairy or deals in dairy products

dair•y•man

(ˈdɛər i mən)

n., pl. -men.
an owner, manager, or employee of a dairy.
[1775–85]
usage: See -man.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dairyman - the owner or manager of a dairydairyman - the owner or manager of a dairy  
farmer, granger, husbandman, sodbuster - a person who operates a farm
2.dairyman - a man who works in a dairy
farm worker, farmhand, field hand, fieldhand - a hired hand on a farm
Translations

dairyman

[ˈdɛərɪmən] N (dairymen (pl)) → lechero m

dairyman

[ˈdɛərɪmən] n (-men (pl)) → operaio di caseificio
References in classic literature ?
A few years ago we dairymen had everything our own way."
We did try to organize, but independent dairymen always broke through us.
Most of us went bankrupt.* The dairymen were wiped out of existence."
"And yet the Trust produces milk more cheaply than could the independent dairymen?" Ernest queried.
Two of them were Brown Swiss dairymen Francis Leckrone and Curt South of Enfield.
"The Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association strongly believes school children once again should have the option to choose whole milk in schools.
Miss Pennsylvania, Kayla Repasky, will join several Pennsylvania dairy princesses, former NFL player Jason Avant, Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding to serve up the PA Dairymen's Association's legendary milkshakes from noon to 2 p.m.
So my question to the Great British farming community (who might soon be forced to provide a bigger share of our foodstuffs) is why is it profitable for German dairymen to produce milk, put it in glass bottles and ship it hundreds of miles to this country when English dairy farmers cannot do so, based on the fact that I cannot source English milk in glass bottles?
Bohmfolk, wrote to the Review to present the dairymen's side of the story.
Farmers moan, dairymen moan but our dairyman must have a degree in moaning.
As of January 2017, Idaho had 580,000 milking cows, according to the United Dairymen of Idaho.
But, fast forward to the present day, and the Dairymen are fighting for their lives in One East Central and facing the real possibility of beginning next season in Division Two.