Drovers Run is a fictional farm in the hit drama show McLeod's Daughters. It has been in the McLeod family for generations passed on from father to son...and now to daughter.
The Drovers are a Chicago rock band whose original songs were influenced by Irish traditional dance music.
(Drover (Australian)) A drover in Australia is a person, typically an experienced stockman, who moves livestock, usually sheep or cattle, "on the hoof" over long distances. ...
(Drover (Britain)) A drovers' road, drove or droveway is a route for driving livestock on foot from one place to another, such as to market or between summer and winter pasture (see transhumance). ...
(Drover (dog)) A herding dog, also known as a stock dog, is a type of pastoral dog that either has been trained in herding or belongs to breeds developed for herding. Their ability to be trained to act on the sound of a whistle or word of command is renowned throughout the world.
(drover) A person who drives animals, especially cattle or sheep, over long distances
(Drover) drove herds of sheep or cattle to market.
(DROVER) Term commonly used in the 1870s and 80s for a working cowboy engaged in trailing longhorns to market or a new range.
(Drover) A professional who was responsible for organizing, planning and leading a trail drive.
(Drover) Cattle or stock herder
(Drover) Cowboy driving cattle
(Drover) One whose occupation it is to drive cattle or sheep.
(drover) a person who herds droves of animals, especially to market.
(drover) someone who herds cattle, sheep from one place to another. Long distance droving is done by truck now, but during drought periods drovers may move stock along roadside reserves and stock routes looking for fresh feed ( the long paddock )