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Drovers from as far away as Ohio mingled with the local butchers waiting their turn at the public slaughterhouse nearby.
Established in the 1880s to collect tolls for cattle drovers moving across the borders of pre-federation Australia, Birdsville was once a thriving frontier town.
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First Known Use of drover
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Definition of drover for English Language Learners
: a person who moves groups of animals (such as cattle or sheep) from one place to another
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