Definition of Pastoralist. Meaning of Pastoralist. Synonyms of Pastoralist

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- Pastoralist may refer to: Pastoralism, raising livestock on natural pastures Pastoral farming, settled farmers who grow crops to feed their livestock...
- pastoral farming on established grazing zones called ranches. Sedentary pastoralists might also raise crops and livestocks together in the form of mixed farming...
- agricultural zone of Eurasia. Of the estimated 30–40 million nomadic pastoralists worldwide, most are found in central Asia and the Sahel region of North...
- Australia) pastoral farmers are known as graziers, and in some cases pastoralists (in a use of the term different from traditional nomadic livestock cultures)...
- orthography; formerly also Hottentots) are the traditionally nomadic pastoralist indigenous po****tion of southwestern Africa. They are often grouped...
- Hugh Gl**** (1817–1871) was one of the wealthiest and most influential men in Victoria, Australia in the 1850s and 1860s. His wealth was built on pastoral...
- George Armytage (1795–1862) was a farmer and pastoralist, builder of The Hermitage in Geelong, Victoria (Australia). Armytage was born at Ticknall, Derbyshire...
- an Australian retired politician. Born in Yarram, Victoria, he was a pastoralist, miner, prospector and contractor before entering politics. Having moved...
- Macarthur (14 August 1766 – 9 February 1850) was an Anglo-Australian pastoralist and merchant, and wife of John Macarthur. Elizabeth Macarthur was born...
- William John Young (20 October 1850 – 1 June 1931) was an Australian company chief executive and station manager. Young was born in Belfast, Antrim, Ireland...
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