Translation of cattleman in Spanish:


ganadero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkædlmən/ /ˈkat(ə)lmən/

nounplural cattlemen

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    ganadero masculine
    • In my last ten years living in south Texas I have heard and seen lots of people calling themselves cowboys, cowmen and cattlemen etc., while peering out of the GMC truck windshield.
    • But consumer groups, allied with many U.S. ranchers and cattlemen, want the labeling to begin on schedule.
    • Almost since that Act was passed, American farmers and cattlemen have been asking for it to be properly enforced.
    • My father was a cattleman / sheepman and business owner.
    • The young rancher who filed his complaint is the same cattleman who lost twelve cattle last March.
    • In the 1880s, as cattle herds spread onto northern ranges, cowboys and cattlemen congregated in Cheyenne.
    • His local Farm Credit Services office offered seminars on assistance programs available to cattlemen, and plans a future session for crop producers if more programs become available.
    • So why are US cattlemen still paying the punishing price of having their $3 billion beef export market closed around the globe?
    • The finding of an infected cow in Washington States has done little to alleviate Canadian cattlemen's worries or market woes
    • These same cattlemen are raising a great cry which, so far, has made sure Canadian cattle stay on their own side of the 49th parallel.
    • Cattle producers, he said, should have been thinking of themselves as beef producers first, not cattlemen.
    • Aside from his publishing interests, Mr. von Rosen was also a cattleman and rancher in Oklahoma and Illinois.
    • During the World Cup soccer series, the cattlemen and stockmen in Queensland and the Northern Territory cheered throughout for South Korea to win!
    • At the next table a herd of cattlemen raved about the roast Woodville duck.
    • That was how he had learned the finer points of cattle rearing from the Yadavas, the best cattlemen in Aryavarta.
    • The conflict between a group of free grazing cattlemen and a wealthy, unscrupulous rancher lies at the center of Open Range.
    • By 1925, the Bureau of Indian Affairs had leased nearly all of the San Carlos Reservation to non-Indian cattlemen, who demonstrated no concern about overgrazing.
    • ‘It's about as dry as I ever saw it,’ says John Redman, a grain farmer and cattleman who belongs to MFA and trades at Wheeler's store and elevator.
    • The cattlemen were eating slabs of mealie meal and oil in a cabbage relish, but really it was too hot for food, so we were just resting, letting our limbs hang loose in the humidity.