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Category: Farm Manager
Location: Bay of Plenty

The New Zealand Farmers Weekly

Farm Manager - sole charge


You will be in a sole charge position of a predominantly deer farm located in Rotorua.

The property is 236 hectares effective with 1100 stock units. Although there is also a small mob of sheep run on the property, experience with deer is preferred.

While you may not have management experience, you will have at least two years of head shepherd or leadership experience.

For more information please contact Mike Ramsey on 07 878 7077

Please apply with your CV and cover letter to

Applicants must have NZ residency or valid NZ work visa.

Date Posted: 2019-02-08


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