As a profitable beast to the grazier, and the feeder, nothing can equal them in early maturity and excellence.
A very small stock for a vee-boor, or South African grazier.
Her father was a grazier, her grandfather had been a butcher, but that was all nothing.
Here the grazier takes them over and drives them out to pasture.
When a cow or buffalo is in milk the grazier often gets the milk one day out of four or five.
But it was not true: Forster's father was a large "grazier" or dealer in cattle.
Then a man walked up the road—a man dressed like a farmer or grazier, rotund, strongly-built, cheerful-looking.
He was industrious in all, and at last became a grazier (mercante di manzi).
Mr Reid, Greystone, has attained the highest position as a feeder and grazier amongst British agriculturists.
Eating grasshoppers and other insects in great numbers, they are friends of the farmer and grazier.