Synonyms for herding_cattle or Related words with herding_cattle

herding_sheep              herding              pasturing              sheep_goats              herders              cattle_goats_sheep              pastured              cattle_herders              sheep_herding              transhumant              herdsmen              goats_sheep              herded_cattle              cattle_sheep_goats              cows_goats              stockmen              horses_mules              cattle_herding              cows_pigs              pigs_goats              rearers              transhumance              droving              herds              camels_goats              milking_cows              cattle_ranching              yaks              shetland_ponies              ranched              chickens_pigs              pigs_chickens              domesticated_animals              horses_donkeys              goat_herding              donkeys              cattle_herds              carabaos              cows_sheep_goats              pastoralism              seminomadic              ploughmen              kraals              feedlots              dromedaries              subsistence_farming              cows_goats_sheep              cattle_ranches              poultry_farming              sheep_ranching             



Examples of "herding_cattle"
Mader died in an ATV accident while herding cattle on July 14, 2016. He was 60.
Common Indo-European vocabulary retained in Tocharian includes words for herding, cattle, sheep, pigs, dogs,
In some cases, Rottweilers have begun herding cattle without any experience at all.
An 1853 watercolor by Manuel María Paz shows a mestizo or indigenous family on horseback herding cattle in a field near the Patía River.
The Texas Black Mouth Cur comes from a line of curs well-documented in the book "Big Thicket Legacy". They are used primarily for herding cattle.
Solo lion hunting requires confidence and advanced hunting skills, requiring a dedicated warrior. Unlike group hunting, solo lion hunting is usually not an organised event, sometimes occurring when a warrior is out herding cattle.
The Florida Black Mouth Cur, used for herding cattle, are featured in old paintings hanging in local barber shops and homes, so their existence and history in Florida is documented.
Most Tsamai are agro-pastoralists, herding cattle as well as growing crops. Many Tsamai women wear clothing made from leather. Many Tsamai men carry small stools around with them, which they use in case they need to sit down.
They have traditionally lived by herding cattle, sheep and goats, and in the past were involved in the ivory trade. They have a tradition of constant low-level warfare, usually cattle raids, against their neighbors.
In 1837 (as part of the Willamette Cattle Company) Bailey, Gay and others were herding cattle north to the Willamette Valley when Gay shot and killed a native boy. He was shot in revenge for earlier attacks against whites. The local Indians raided the cattle drive but killed or drove off only a few cattle.
He was the second son of Sir Mylles Cave-Browne-Cave, 11th Baronet (1822–1907). Genille's older brother died in 1880, making himself the successor to the title. While in the United States he was "busting bronchos, roping steers, and herding cattle in the West." He became engaged to a Denver, Colorado maid before his accession to his title and fortune.
At age nine, Heston moved with his family to a ranch in southwestern Kansas, where Heston was taken out of school to help the family raise money herding cattle. In 1894, Heston moved with his family to a farm in Grant's Pass, Oregon. As a teenager, he worked digging a ditch to supply water to a mine and chopping down and selling firewood.
The Saafi people inhabit a fertile, well-watered region on the downward slope and valleys of an escarpment with underground streams feeding into the River. Fertility permits relatively intense farming combined with herding cattle and goats, a combination crucial to the Saafi identity and social institutions.
The segaba is a bowed string instrument found in Botswana and other areas of South Africa, and found under many names. It consists of a wooden body attached to a tin can resonator, with a single metal string played with a bow. The instruments main role is for self or group entertainment for young men, while herding cattle, etc.
The LGA is mostly located in the northern Guinea savannah (NGA) agroecological zone, with a small portion in the northeast, the Kimba area, lying in the dryer Sudan savannah zone. The economy is mixed agricultural, based on herding cattle, goats, sheep, horses, and donkeys and farming sorghum, millet, maize, cowpea, and cotton. Agriculture consists mostly of small farms using traditional methods.
The Bashkirs traditionally practiced agriculture, cattle-rearing and bee-keeping. The half-nomadic Bashkirs wandered either the mountains or the steppes, herding cattle. Wild-hive beekeeping can be named as a separate component of the most ancient culture which is practiced in the same Burzyansky District near to the Kapova Cave.
Zaghawas speak the Zaghawa language, which is an eastern Saharan language. They are pastoralists, and a breed of sheep that they herd is called Zaghawa by the Arabs. They are semi-nomadic and obtain much of their livelihood through herding cattle, camels and sheep and harvesting wild grains. It has been estimated that there are between 225,000 and 400,000 Zaghawa.
In August 1931, the Spartans announced that McLain had been sent a contract to return to the team for the 1931 season. The "Portsmouth Times" reported at the time: "McLain is located at Pryor, Oklahoma and is in shape to play football on a moment's notice as he has been herding cattle and writes friends that he is hard as nails."
The earliest Neolithic sites in South Asia are Bhirrana in Haryana dated to 7570-6200 BC, and Mehrgarh, dated to 7500 BC, in the Kachi plain of Baluchistan, Pakistan; the site has evidence of farming (wheat and barley) and herding (cattle, sheep and goats).
The Sierra Leonean Fula are traditionally a nomadic, pastoralist, trading people, herding cattle, goats and sheep across the vast dry hinterlands of their domain, keeping somewhat separate from the local agricultural populations. Many of the large shopping centers in Sierra Leone are owned and run by the Fula community.