Cattleman (noun)

A person who raises and breeds cattle as a profession or as a hobby.

Origin:

From cattle + -man, from the occupation of raising cattle.

Examples:

  1. The cattleman was a successful businessman who owned a large ranch in Texas.
  2. The cattleman had a deep love and respect for his animals and took great care of them.
  3. The cattleman was an expert in animal husbandry and knew how to raise healthy and productive cattle.
  4. The cattleman was well-respected in the community and was a leader in local and state organizations.
  5. The cattleman was a proud member of the National Cattlemen's Association and worked to promote the industry.
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