Young, enthusiastic all rounder looking to further my knowledge and skill in any task given to me. Work anywhere.
BTEC, City and Guilds
Mainly Arable, Mixed Farming, Other
Level 2 and 3 BTEC in Arboriculture and Forestry Management
LANTRA Industrial Telescopic Lift Trucks
Full Car Licence
Tractor, Telehandler/Fork Lift, Fencing
Dairy, Beef, Pig, Goat, Sheep, Lambing, Calving, Poultry
Telehandler, Tractor and trailer (flatbed and tipping), Harvest grain carting, Rolls, Hay bob, Flail mower Tedder, Muck spreader, Greenstar, Keenan feeder, Straw Chopper, Quadbikes and trailer, Chainsaw, Chipper and Shredder, Fencing tools (tractor and hand), Gardening tools, Ride on mower, Driving license, Some small 360 digger experience
I started by volunteering on the college farm while studying Arboriculture. My job was to feed, muck out, collect eggs, lambing assisting, site building and maintenance. Then i have worked on a couple of dairy farms as a general farm worker, mainly cleaning and putting out bedding, calf feeding and mucking out during dairy milking hours. In between milkings i would be covering site maintenance, fencing, tree work, muck carting, bale stacking. Most recently i have been working a harvest season for an arable farm. My job involved carting grain from fields to stores, stacking and moving bales, cleaning of grain stores, some machine maintenance, muck spreading. Once everything was harvested i was either doing building maintenance or trimming trees back in fields from the ground or loadall cage and felling any dead hazardous trees.
I have a parter who works in the dairy/farming industry also.
Climbing and rugby
6ft tall and 14 stone
After college i worked for a local gardening company. My job there was mainly maintenance, fencing and tree work. From there i started working as a property renovator. My partner who was studying animal care got her first dairy farm job and one for me to, this is where i grew a love for working outdoors. After that i worked on installing gardens for housing new builds. My partner was offered a better position so we relocated and i started working as a general farm worker again on a dairy farm. After we left there i became a delivery driver for a large supermarket.This was a lovely job but far too easy. After working on a farm, a normal 9-5 job just does not feel right. Thats why i jumped at the chance to work a harvest season. After a harvest season I wanted to do more tractor work, so I started working forContractorsgrass cutting solar panel farms across the country.
Start: 15/06/2021 Finish: Not Specified
Anywhere. More than willing to move for work.