[kat-l-muhn, -man]
noun, plural cattlemen [kat-l-muhn, -men] .
a person who tends or breeds cattle.
a rancher who raises cattle on a large scale; the owner of a cattle ranch.

1860–65, Americanism; cattle + man1 Unabridged
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cattleman (ˈkætəlmən)
n , pl -men
1.  a person who breeds, rears, or tends cattle
2.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) a person who owns or rears cattle on a large scale, usually for beef, esp the owner of a cattle ranch

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Imagine a cattleman having a finite amount of pasture that keeps twice the
  amount of cattle the pasture can feed.
With such a spread, you'd think a cattleman might be running a herd of several
  thousand head.
Their cattleman neighbor controls the water, and he hates farmers.
After killing the cattleman who had him sent to jail, he at first hides among a
  tribe of native peoples then moves into a brothel.
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