dairyman

[ UK /dˈe‍əɹɪmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a man who works in a dairy
  2. the owner or manager of a dairy
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How To Use dairyman In A Sentence

  • Dutch dairyman Ronald Akkerman has set out his plans for operating a new cheese plant near Workington.
  • He milks 100 cows and has been a dairyman for 32 years.
  • There is no reason why a 'docker' should not grow his own vegetables and be his own dairyman at the same time. British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals
  • Doubtless a dairyman is a more valuable citizen in the long run than a prospector or miner, but he does not so easily appeal to the imagination. A Daughter of the Middle Border
  • Her husband, David, who is the society's publicity officer, is a dairyman who also has a small-holding.
  • William Siebenborn, a Missouri dairyman and UDIA chairman, said forging a single dairy marketing plan and vision will help boost worldwide demand for U.S. dairy products.
  • The story ranges from comedic to semi-tragic in the telling of the story of Tevye, a dairyman living in a shtetl in czarist Russia. Joseph Stein, writer of Broadway's "Fiddler on the Roof" and "Zorba," dies at 98
  • Mary's father was a dairyman with a shop in Euston, so they had a little bit of a headstart; they had connections. Great dynasties of the world: The Sainsburys
  • Third generation Fresno dairyman Mark McAfee has designed a ‘pro-cow’ environment that leads to pathogen-free raw milk.
  • My grandfather was a longtime dairyman who delivered milk to area businesses and the local college.
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