Situation Vacant ***Exciting Job Now Available – Machinery Operator for large beef enterprise***

Winnidad Farms is a new large 2000-head outdoor beef finishing unit near March in Cambridgeshire. The farm has well-maintained modern machinery and equipment, excellent infrastructure and modern cattle handling facilities. The farm maintains excellent animal welfare standards. The farm is part of the Winnidad Agriculture Group which is a large-scale red meat production company with operational farms in Australia and the UK.

Winnidad Farms is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Machinery Operator, who is also willing to assist with routine management of beef cattle. Responsibilities will include:
  • Feeding cattle with Keenan Mixer Wagon (InTouch Software)
  • Bedding cattle
  • Weighing and handling cattle (Using EID and Breedr Software)
  • Administering treatments and vaccinations
  • All other general livestock associated work
The successful candidate will be skilled using farm machinery have experience working with beef cattle (this is preferential but not essential) and a positive can-do attitude. You will report directly to the Farm Manager. This is a full-time position of approximately 45 hours per week with a roster for weekend feeding and bedding to be shared amongst the Owner, Farm Manager, and the successful candidate. A competitive salary and remuneration package is available, subject to experience. Further progression opportunities within the wider Winnindad Agriculture Group could be available.

If you wish to apply for this exciting role, please send a copy of your CV to [email protected]. For any general enquiries about the role please contact Ben on 07508 890375.

Please see www.winnidadagriculture.comfor further information on our broader business (note that the website has not yet been updated to incorporate our UK operations).

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