hill farmer

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hill farmer

nBergbauer m, → Bergbäuerin f
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Written by Peter Cox and directed by the company's artistic director Kully Thiarai, the play introduces audiences to a hardy and weathered mid-Wales hill farmer nearing retirement, who reflects on a lifetime's work on the farm and his memories of life before the National Health Service came to being.
Hill farmer and founder of Scotland's Farmers Markets Jim Fairlie asserted that many hill farmers are likely to go out of business post Brexit.
Views will then be fed directly into the new panel, currently chaired by Richard Betton, who is a hill farmer from Upper Teesdale.
A hill farmer may own several thousand acres of land but have little need for state-of-the-art machinery since much of the land is often too rough or too hilly to cultivate.
FARMING high up in the hills where the winter weather can be harsh and where growing crops is not an option would probably not be most people's chosen life-style, but Kath Birkinshaw is passionate about her work as she explained to members of Holme Valley Civic Society in a fascinating account of her life as a hill farmer in North Derbyshire, where her farm includes over 15,000 acres of open moorland which is ideal for rearing sheep.
The Ireland r ugby legend on today's Six Nations clash at home to Wa l e s See page 124 GOING FORRIT Tom O'Ryan talks to Willie Amos, the Scottish hill farmer who's been battling the elements to prepare his first ever festival runner Lie Forrit for a tilt at the big guns in theWorld Hurdle.
MY mother was the daughter of a Mid-Wales hill farmer.
The author, Linda Moller, is a member of Friends of the Earth and a former hill farmer in Wales.
A hill farmer, a woman at the helm of helping to repopulate Ulva and the owner of one of Oban's most popular cafes have all been captured by 26-year-old photographer Emily Garthwaite for clothing company Belstaff and Leica cameras.
Denzil Jenkins, a hill farmer from north Pembrokeshire, was re-elected as his deputy.
Born on the Scotswood Road and brought up on council estates in Newcastle's West End he had always harboured a passion to become a Northumberland hill farmer.
The NFU is in negotiationswith the Government to determine a budget for the Hill Farmer Allowance but Mr Maddy fears the figure is currently too low for farmers to be able to survive.