musterer

musterer

(ˈmʌstərə)
n
a person who musters or assembles peoplea person who musters or rounds up livestock
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Hannah Musterer, president, Lakeland College Vermilion Campus Students Association.
To achieve this, musterers work in beats; the top beat might leave the hut as much as three hours before the muster commences in order to climb to 'the tops', many of which are twice the height of Ben Nevis (for which a high-country musterer takes the precaution of bringing not ropes, crampons or a GPS, but a hill stick hacked from a manuka bush).
Once that vital decision has been taken, it's time to call in the musterers.
Guests can ride out with a musterer to round up the cattle before enjoying a hard earned Osmoko,O including billy tea and damper, a camp oven lunch and stockyard activities.
Sheep station musterer Anne Scanlan said he "was wild when we caught him .
Sheep station musterer Anne Scanlan said the elusive Shrek ``was wild when we caught him .
He estimated 40 shearers, aged 20 to 60, took part, with a support crew of woolhandlers, pressers, sheep-draggers, musterers and cooks operating out of three woolsheds.
Southern Discoveries is offering three excursions including the Merino Woolshed experience, 4WD Musterers Safari and High Country Walk.
But come Saturday, he lines up with miners and cattle musterers to defend Katherine's rugby honour.
The maintenance grading was initially permitted by the MacLachlan family, who first became aware of the logo when their sheep musterers stumbled across it (MacLachlan, 2003).
For a time, this newfound status as accomplished cattle musterers allowed Aboriginal men in this region to maintain a relationship with their traditional country and to demonstrate knowledge of that country to white people, thereby gaining a sense of power and agency in the face of much government domination and control.
In the financial strictures of the 1990s, which brought many stations to the brink of bankruptcy (and pushed some into it), 'live in' stockmen have been replaced, increasingly, by roving teams of contract musterers.