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rancher in Agriculture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrancherranch‧er /ˈrɑːntʃə $ ˈræntʃər/ noun [countable]  BOTAsomeone who owns or works on a ranch
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rancherA rancher who heard the deluge coming loaded his family in his truck and began to dash to safety.They are popular with farmers and ranchers, because they eat the insects around cattle.After retiring from teaching, Sister kept working as a cattle rancher and writing books.a cattle rancherThe drought could not have come at a worse time for Texas cattle ranchers.The government is also forcing ranchers to pay promised wages and social security benefits.Some frustrated ranchers, having liquidated their entire herds, will not be re-entering the market for at least 18 months.He told the rancher he wanted a place where he could develop as an artist, and Shipp provided it.The rancher, Darli Alves da Silva will now face a retrial.