Lambing starts 20-03-2020 for 3-4 weeks with 400 ewes indoors.
We require an experienced and capable Lamber to take charge of all aspects of lambing our Commercial flock for 3-4 weeks commencing 20th March 2020.
You will be a proven Shepherd, and have several years established lambing experience.
You will be highly capable of all aspects, including wet adoption, re-mothering, as well as successful difficult births.
Working on your own initiative with a can-do attitude, along-side a lesser experienced student, you will handle pre- and post-birth requirements and palliative care of our ewes, as well as demonstrating leadership & mentoring of your assistant.
We lamb indoors, with the sheep moving outdoors soon after lambing.
You will need to have proven on-the-job capability...
My name is Jordan Taylor, here’s a little info about me.
I am self employed, I have been working in the ag industry for the last 13 years.
I have a huge range of experience in machinery operations including servicing and maintenance.
No job is too dirty so you will find me sweeping sheds and grading potatoes.
I worked 4 seasons on harvest in the USA with over 140,000 trucking miles under my belt with around 35,000 of those being oversize miles.
I’ve worked with beef, sheep, dairy and pigs.
Work varying from inseminating sows, milking, vaccinating stock and planning rations for feeding.
I do light haulage work with the pickup anywhere in the country so if you have a equipment or vehicles or other commodities you want collected or moved then that can be arranged.
I provide a range of...
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