CV reference number: 58341
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Aged 19 studying vet med next year - looking for work on gap year

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualificationsNot listed
Other qualifications

A levels ABB Place at UoNottingham for Veterinary Science next year

Equipment experienceNot listed
Other equipment experience

Hairpin parlour Quadbikes

Livestock experienceDairy, Goat, Sheep, Lambing
Other livestock experience

700 ewes at lambing time and have some experience.  240 dairy cow herd which I have helped with milking, etc. 1100 herd cow-calf operation on traditional cowboy ranch in Nebraska.

Type of farming wantedMainly Livestock
Driving LicenseFull Car Licence
Personal information
SexFemale
Age19
NationalityBritish
First languageEnglish
Other languages
Pen picture

5'7, 60kg

Relevant health problems
Other Information
Marital status

Single

Where are you currently living?
Do you have the right to work in the UK?Yes
Farming background

I spent seven days staying on a sheep farm to help with lambing. I learnt how to pull lambs, look after new-born ones, make a ewe adopt a lamb, and the common illnesses that lambs can get. I was also taught about how to recognise signs that a ewe is about to drop and how the farmer chooses which ewes to keep. I worked for a week on an organic dairy farm in Kent which had 240 cows. I helped finish morning milking and scraped out the cow sheds every day. I helped to herd the cows into the milking parlour and assisted with the afternoon milk in a modern hairpin parlour, and also watched the farmer carry out routine feet trimming. Every Saturday I volunteer at a farm stables. I muck out, groom and tack up the horses and lead horses in lessons. I also worked on the farm and fed and mucked out the many animals that they had including sheep, goats, alpacas, chickens, pigs, ducks and turkeys. I milked their goats and collected and identified the birds' eggs, as well as disinfecting the farm paths every morning and helping visitors with their questions. I spent 6 weeks with a ranching family in Nebraska, learning how they manage cows over there. I drove the cows over 10 miles of pasture, pulled calves, tagged and checked on four-wheelers and horses, and participated in a branding.

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AvailabilityStart: 14/07/2018, Finish: 14/09/2018
Type of jobTemporary
Preferred regionAnywhere
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