Mainly Arable, Mainly Livestock, Mixed Farming, Other
DRIVER LICENSE uptu 3.500tons+Tractor machinery
Full Car Licence, Tractor Licence, International
Tractor, Telehandler/Fork Lift, Fencing
Dairy, Beef, Calving
Fully trained in all aspects of milking, animal care, and milking machinery operation.Tractor driving with trailer. Tractor work.Clean the yard with a tractor,in this class involves the milking, cleaning, feeding, and caring for dairy cattle. From childhood, I worked in the Fermas countryside.
I studied 1994 Agricultural School
Fully competent on the day to day operation of mixed dairy and arable farming. Capable of working unsupervised on tasks specified by the farm owner or manager.
I am ready to work. Only if you need an interview, you can skype me. My references on my CV know me as Ray.But my feedback is unfortunately old. Before milking your cow, observe the udder and teats for any signs of mastitis, such as swollenness or fever. Mastitis is a disease in dairy cows that can be caused by a number of different pathogens and that can affect the production and quality of milk. Often mastitis symptoms aren't readily apparent through visual or tactile observation, but it's best practice to know what looks normal for your cow and what could be symptoms of disease.
Aluksne district Kolbergis village
Like playing basketball and going to the gym.I like to walk in the free nature park and run out to breathe fresh air.
180 Height 85 weight
some good time back I turned my ankle there was gypsum healing in 6 weeks. Now everything is in the rules. Bicyclingly I feel good full of commitment to work.A couple of years ago. Health is now well established and full of work energy.
From childhood, I worked in the Fermas countryside.
I studied 1994 Agricultural School.
Responsible for day to day farming operations with a team of three Responsible for milking and maintaining a 400 head dairy herd.After 12 months of work I went to Buckinghamshire, herd of 400 Holstein cows are housed in free stalls with sawdust on mattresses. The cows are milked in a 34:34 herringbone parlour with an automatic backing gate. Calving takes place mainly during the summer and autumn. The cows are fed on a diet of grass silage, maize silage, citrus peel and concentrates including soya hulls, rapeseed (canola) meal, wheat feed, wheat distillers, molasses and minerals. Working as part of a three man team as required.Carrying out various daily farming tasks.Helping with harvesting. In a traditional milking parlour, cows are milked at least twice a day, usually 12 hours apart. Close to the usual milking time, the cows line up to enter the milk parlour. First the inspects each cow, then he cleans the four teats on the udder before attaching the milking machine cluster. This helps to ensure no foreign material gets into the milk, and it stays high quality. The milking process starts and the milk is piped directly from the cow to the bulk tank where it is quickly chilled.
Start: 28/03/2020 Finish: 29/04/2023
East & East Anglia