CV reference number: 56112
CV Headline

I am 24 and I have level 2 qualifications in animal care, I am hard working I would like the opportunity to work with livestock and able to gain more skill knowledge so I can progress in the farming industry.

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualificationsBtec
Other qualifications

BETC level 1 In animal care distinction and level 2 in animal management pass

Equipment experienceFencing
Other equipment experience

When I was at college I had to fix fences in one off the cattle field with post ram with one person holding the post and the other person whacking the post ram on to the post.

Livestock experienceDairy, Pig, Goat, Sheep, Lambing, Calving, Poultry
Other livestock experience

When at college we done dairy, sheep helping with calving and lambingwith the sheep had to keep cheating the sheep if they giving birth and help the one lost there mother and try putting lambs with different sheep and the same if mother loses there lamb. We also do milking twice a day.

Type of farming wantedMainly Livestock
Driving LicenseFull Car Licence
Personal information
First languageEnglish
Other languagesNone
Pen picture

My height is 5.7 and weight is 10.5

Relevant health problems

I have no health problems

Other Information

I received award from college for helping out with learning disability.

Marital status


Where are you currently living?Northamptonshire
Do you have the right to work in the UK?Yes
Farming background

In 2009-2010 I worked at a hunting yard to 6 months which I learnt to lung horses and exercise the horse. I also had to being in horses and turn out, and I had to clean tack one day a week, and mucking out the stables. I I had to make sure that the fencing in good condition and that the horse won't able to hurt them self and not able to escape from the stable. I feeding the horse twice a day and making sure that all 12 horse had the correct feed. I also had some experience on a farm in college in 2010-2012, and I learnt how to milk the dairy cows and calving. I also had to clean the barn out where cow stayed in at night. I then had to work on the sheep yard where I had to help sheep to give birth to the lambs and also checking field fencing is in good condition and that no holes in fencing where sheep could escape.  I also had to worm the sheep and Trimming the hoof on the sheep. When we checked the sheep are pregnant we put colours on the back the sheep so we know which ones where have single lamb, twin and triplets and the one that not in lamb.


Looking after my own horse, bring her up in her training and spending time with nephews and family going for walk in the country side and going to coutry shows

AvailabilityStart: 31/10/2017, Finish: Not Specified
Type of jobPermanent
Preferred regionAnywhere
Where would you like to work?Northamptonshire
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