Definition of stockman
: one occupied as an owner or worker in the raising of livestock (such as cattle or sheep)
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If there’s any sort of trouble on public lands that affects ranchers in any minor way, that stockman calls his congressman, calls his county commissioner, calls his councilman.
The stockman’s zeal for eliminating the coyote has resulted in plagues of field mice, which the coyote formerly controlled.
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Definition of stockman for English Language Learners
: a person who raises cattle, sheep, etc.
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