CV Ref No. CV Reference No. - 34067

Competent agricultural operator with extensive Dairy experience.

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualifications

BSc

Type of farming wanted

Mainly Livestock

Other qualifications

BSC -2.1 Agri Business Management - Newcastle University

Driving Licence

Full Car Licence

Equipment experience

Tractor, Tracked Machine, Telehandler/Fork Lift, Fencing

Livestock experience

Dairy, Beef, Calving

Other equipment experience

Front Loader (All attachment associated with a busy dairy farm), Tractor, Mower, Topper, Scrapper, Quad Bike, Chain Saw, Straw Chopper, Feed Wagon, Fencing Repairs equipment (Barbed & Electric)

Other livestock experience

Milking, administering medication, stock handling, calving & using associated aids, heat detection, generally stock checking and picking up issues. In summary very experienced and competent in handling and looking after stock. Only areas I do not have experience is foot trimming and AI work.

Personal information
Sex

Male

Other Information

-

Age

30

Marital status

No

Nationality

British

Where are you currently living?

West Sussex

First language

English

Do you have the right to work in the UK?

Yes

Other languages

-

Hobbies

Sport

Pen picture (Height, weight etc.)

6 foot four inches - 15 stone. Fit and healthy carrying no injuries.

Relevant health problems

None

Farming background

National Trust, Farming Consultant - February 2018 - on going

•Providing strategic and operational business, land management and farming advice to a variety of internal and external clients.

•Producing financial models and forecasts to support investment proposals.

•Providing regular budgets and cash flow reports to support in hand farming operations and rent reviews.

•Project managing infrastructure improvement projects to the National Trust farming estate to ensure farms do not fail the National Trusts minimum environmental standards.

•Delivering the National Trusts environmental strategy by working with tenants to improve farming practices, environmental standards, animal welfare and nature performance.

•Leading the National Trusts basic farm payment application in the region as well ensuring the National Trust abides by cross compliance regulations.

•Planning and delivering countryside stewardship scheme to help the National Trust and its tenants to deliver it nature objectives.

•Maintaining and developing close working relationships with our tenant farmers.

Agri Business Consultant (Food and Farming) January 2016 December 2018.

•Financial reporting, modelling and management preparing budgets and cash flows for a diverse range of farming businesses on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis. Modelling price sensitivities and the subsequent effects on the business.

•Preparation of investment appraisals and providing subsequent recommendations to clients on the proposed investments.

•Providing advisory services to clients on re-structuring and re financing.

•Advising clients on a range of operational and financial business issues.

•Creating, executing and advising crop marketing strategies for clients.

•Performing business reviews and working with clients to help implement the recommended changes.

•Negotiating a variety of land, property and crop agreements on behalf of our clients.

•Using a variety of contract options to procure inputs so clients business cash flow remains positive.

•Managing all aspects of farming businesses on behalf of our clients.

•Providing articles/comment to the agricultural press.

Farming, New Zealand (Lely Robotics) Assistant Herd Manager July 2014 May 2015

•I assisted the owner in managing 300 dairy cows, often taking responsibility for the whole farm for long periods in the owners absence.

•I was responsible for managing the herds day to day needs, this required good organisational skills, a keen eye for detail and strong degree of self reliance.

•I was responsible for interpreting the data collected by robots and combining this with what was happening on the ground. Using the results from this to improve the performance of the farm.

 Farm Partnership, Cheshire November 2013 June 2014

•I worked as part of team of three milking 300 dairy cows, I performed tasks, as per instructed by farm manager.

•I earned the trust and respect of the owner and manager through performing a consistently well, taking responsibility for tasks and by being disciplined in my work.

Volunteering

Regular volunteer for my cousins on their Dairy unit completing all task one would associate with a busy commercial dairy farm.

Preferences
Availability

Start: 14/07/2020 Finish: 30/08/2020

Preferred region

South & South East

Type of job

Temporary

Where would you like to work?

Sussex/Hampshire

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