CV reference number: 64887
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Comprehensive experience in dairy farming and herd fertility management looking for work in Cheshire.

Qualifications and Experience
Relevant qualificationsBtec
Other qualifications

Bachelor of Science, Animal Behaviour and Welfare (HONS), 2008 Cow Signals Certification, March 19th 2018 RMQ Course Genus 2013

Equipment experienceTractor
Other equipment experience

Highly Proficient in Artificial Insemination and RMS

Livestock experienceDairy, Lambing
Other livestock experience

Alltech E-Co2, Stamford 2017 - Current Completing carbon footprint assessments on farm, ensuring Johne’s Management programmes were complied with, providing farmers with a variety of solutions to improve efficiency, increase profit and sustainability. Quickly forming close working relationships with customers to gain trust to help them solve the main issues affecting their business. Providing one to one tailored consultancy to suit each farm.  Nantwich 2012 – Current RMS Technician Area Technician September 2013- March 2015, mentoring trainees and relief technicians providing cover. Currently working as a relief Technician September 2016 to present. Manages multiple projects at one time, showcasing exceptional multitasking and time management skills. Experienced in working with a large customer base as a relief technician in Cheshire liaising with team members and problem solving April 2012-2013. March 2015 – July 31st 2015 office role OBI project (Order’s Billing’s and Insemination Project assisting in designing and testing Insemination Application) to update old technology and record data on new tablets to be rolled out across the company. Liaising with technicians and I.T staff to ensure robust testing of new application before release date. Working to strict deadlines and learnt to use different computer systems.  Stapleford, Cheshire. 2011 – 2012 Herdsperson Promptly working autonomously and within the team completing tasks safely to high standards. Maintaining cow medical records, regular milking, calf rearing and young stock management.  Farm, University of Liverpool 2009 – 2011 Trainee Herdsperson Regular milking, young stock management, heat detection, health monitoring, mastitis detection and treatment, TMR feeding heifers, calving, calf colostrum administration, preparing for Farm Assurance Tests. Instructed supported and supervised work experience students through their work placement. Assisted in the digital dermatitis, heat detection and calf rearing trial.

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

5'7 11 stone

Relevant health problems


Other Information

Working to tight deadlines, prioritizing jobs appropriately, helping farmers improve efficiency and increase profit and sustainability. Negotiating and communicating with clients improving the reproductive management systems on farm. Experienced in working independently and as part of a larger team to achieve customer satisfaction

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

2007- Completed 3 months work experience on the Rhino Section at Chester Zoo as part of my work experience for my degree. 2002-2005 work experience on University of Liverpool Beef and Sheep unit during school holidays.


Karate, dog walking, jogging.

AvailabilityStart: 25/06/2019, Finish: 01/01/2026
Type of jobAny
Preferred regionNorth West
Where would you like to work?within half an hour of Neston
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