CV Ref No. CV Reference No. - 62197

Experienced Livestock Worker

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualifications

City and Guilds, NVQ Level 1,2,3

Type of farming wanted

Mainly Livestock, Mixed Farming

Other qualifications

Level 2 Qualification in Animal Care
Level 3 Land Based Qualification in Animal Management
Tractor Ticket
Brushcutter & Strimmer Ticket
Chipper Ticket
RTV Ticket

Driving Licence

Full Car Licence, Tractor Licence

Equipment experience

Tractor, Telehandler/Fork Lift, Fencing

Livestock experience

Beef, Pig, Goat, Sheep, Lambing, Calving, Poultry

Other equipment experience

Use of Teagle Tomahawk bale chopper to help feed and bed out cattle during winter months

Regular use of tractors for various tasks (including front loader) such as mucking out, towing cattle floats, topping and rolling fields

Able to use 3 point linkage fencing equipment

Can use telehandler on private property (currently trying to obtain ticket)

Able to drive ATV & RTV with trailers

Other livestock experience

Represented Team GB at the Aberdeen Angus World Forum as part of the Youth Development Program learning valuable knowledge and skill sets such as carcass grading, stock judging and different methods of keeping cattle for beef production.

Head Stockman managing all of aspect of a herd of 180 longhorn cattle as part of a conservation grazing system as well as calving 60 cows in a winter block.

Working alongside the farm manager at current work place to organise day to day running of the college farm as well as organise stock into breeding and cull groups, selecting animals suitable for market/ pedigree registering.

Teaching young people from ages 16+ the practical aspects of keeping and looking after livestock (foot trimming, administering medication, lambing)

Being able to keep accurate records relevant to keeping livestock

Assisting with the delivery of lambs and calves when adult females needed assistance

2 weeks Lambing placement in Macclesfield lambing 800 ewes in an indoor system

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I was picked to represent Britain at the Angus world forum being the youngest person there and coming 6th. Compete at YDP, stewards shows, can work alone and with others and well under pressure



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Rugby, attend my local young farmers club Beat on a shoot Fish show livestock up and down the country

Pen picture (Height, weight etc.)

5ft 11 100kg

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Farming background

I grew up in East London always having a passion for the agriculture industry. In order to get my foot in the door I started volunteering at my local city farm at the age if 10, throughout my time there as a volunteer I was able to talk to various groups of people and members of the public where I eventually received my first paid job. I then moved onto another city farm as their Livestock apprentice where I gained my Level 3 Qualification as well as being able to confidently talk to and educate members of the public about the 'field to fork' process

From this over the years it has given me the drive to gain as much extra experience as possible such as going to Scotland for a week and staying with a family on their pedigree Aberdeen Angus farm that they reared for beef, while there I learned all aspects of rearing cattle for market from feeding and checking cattle to assisting with high health status blood testing for pedigree stock.


Start: 17/04/2024 Finish: Not Specified

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