CV Ref No. CV Reference No. - 40081

An enthusiastic, hard-working individual with a passion for agriculture & dairy farming. Work as an individual or as part of a team effectively, can communicate with staff at all levels within a business. Work in Hampshire/Dorset/Wilts. Self-motivated. Enjoy developing skills in an agriculture.

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualifications

City and Guilds

Type of farming wanted

Mainly Arable, Mainly Livestock, Mixed Farming, Other

Other qualifications

- Telehandler/Forklift NPTC Qualification Achieved - Artificial Insemination Qualification Achieved (Friarsmoor Veterinary Clinic) - Foot Trimming Qualification Achieved (Steve Paul) - ATV NPTC Qualification Achieved - Emergency First Aid At Work- (British Red Cross) 2015-2016 Sparsholt Agricultural College Merit achieved in Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Agriculture

Driving Licence

Full Car Licence, Tractor Licence

Equipment experience

Tractor, Telehandler/Fork Lift

Livestock experience

Dairy, Beef, Pig, Sheep, Lambing, Calving, Poultry

Other equipment experience

Driven a variety of tractors through previous employment John Deere, New Holland, Fendt and Massey Ferguson. Used various TMR mixing wagons, keenan, siloking, etc. Used Claas, JCB, Merlo Telehandlers for cleaning barns and bedding up. Carting experience, Grass, Mazie, Soya, Poppies, Straw, Manure.

Other livestock experience

Worked with 550 Holstein/Friesian cows. We have around 200 head of Aberdeen Angus beef cattle and 120 Heifer replacements. Prior to this I was employed on an outdoor pig unit looking after 1500 sows. I was responsible for AI , weening, vaccinations and general feeding and cleaning.

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.Assistant Dairy Manager - Has to work part of a large team - Responsible for the overall health and welfare standards within the herd - Has to organise team meetings to maintain strength and motivation - Advanced experience of Interherd and DairyPro and Uniform software - Up keep of medical and birth records for all livestock situated on site - Advanced experience in the running of a rotary parlour system - Has to organise weekly visits with veterinary staff and review the performance of the herd - Advanced experience of foot trimming and artificial insemination (AI) - Responsible for the fertility performance within the herd - Involves communicating with staff at all levels - Has to adapt to be able to work within all areas of the farm, providing cover where needed. This includes advanced experience in feeding both dairy and beef cattle, the running of the heifer rearing unit, milking, etc.


Start: 27/06/2024 Finish: Not Specified

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Hampshire Dorset Wiltshire Uk wide

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