In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cattle ranch — fundo masculine Chile
- poultry ranch — granja avícola
- before noun ranch hand — trabajadora agrícola
1administrar un ranch
- This is the Salmon Research Trust Centre at Burrishoole, where scientists spend their days studying salmon and ranching them.
- Among the dead, they think, were the many farmers who ranched buffalo on a huge set of interlocking, highly sophisticated farms across the mid-west.
- Then there's Brother Mesquite from the monastery that ranches bison, and a nice joke about a cowboy who wears clothes all made of brown paper, who gets hanged for rustling.
- The Epperson's way of pasture ranching horses allows the horses to learn herd behavior and grow up in nature's elements.
- Farmers fatten livestock for the market so why don't fishermen ranch fish?
- Many carnivores, such as mink, seal, fox, and bobcat, have long been hunted or ranched for their fur.
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