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Category: Farm Assistant
Location: Waikato

Farmers Weekly

Farm Assistant


We are seeking a farm worker to assist with the day-to-day running of our farm which comprises approximately 400ha at Glen Murray in the northern Waikato. The farm runs Hereford and Angus Studs selling yearling bulls annually. In addition there is a ewe flock of around 800.

The successful applicant will work as part of a small team and be involved with all aspects of running the farm. You will be honest, reliable, able to use initiative
and hard-working and also have an ability to be open in communication. Skills required are an ability to handle stock, and safely handle a tractor and quad bike. Some experience fencing is required.

This is an opportunity to gain experience in working with stud stock and both intensive and extensive grazing management. Accommodation is available.

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Date Posted: 2019-09-05


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