goat herder

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Noun1.goat herder - a person who tends a flock of goatsgoat herder - a person who tends a flock of goats
drover, herdsman, herder - someone who drives a herd
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Imagine you were an Albanian goat herder who'd won a competition on Radio Tirana for an all-expenses paid Old Firm experience.
Transport yourself to the ancient highlands of Ethiopia, where the story of Kaldi, a young goat herder begins.
A young goat herder prepares to drink dam water through a filtration pipe provided by The Carter Center's Guinea worm eradication program.
The tale centers upon Zeus who, at the onset, is a scrawny, rascally goat herder in a small area of Crete.
The setting isn't New York or Rome but a tiny mountain village in southern Italy where Luciano lives as a goat herder, having renounced his family's crime business.
I began to think that Belgium seems to be stuck in the seventies and, once again, Denmark and Sweden have earned my vote in the Eurovision Song Contest without having to field their deafest, most Jay-Zee influenced goat herder.
former goat herder Samba Ba proudly points to a row of acacia saplings.
I was about to sack it all in and go off and be a goat herder in Scotland or something and my brother said, 'You ought to take five minutes to look at the path you've come along before you decide to call it a day'.
After six police officers unsuccessfully tried to chase the animal down, the goat was finally captured in the parking lot of the Brooklyn Interfaith Medical Center by a hospital worker who had previously worked as a goat herder in his native West Africa, (http://newyork.
On May 12, Bahrain-based Kerala novelist Benny Benyamin will speak about his book dujeevitham (Goat Days), which is based on the true story of an Indian who spends several years as a goat herder in Saudi Arabia completely isolated from other people.
Hylas is a 12 year old goat herder in Bronze Age Greece.
A goat herder made an offer, figuring he would log it first and then let his goats eat what was left.