My father was born and raised in the pacific northwest. He is currently working at WSU as a Steam/Plumber. Before starting the job at WSU he worked in Arizona and that is were I was born and raised. Im from a town called Queen Creek, AZ out side of Phenix.Growing up I was raised around horses were my mom trained and showed them. She also worked in a small animal vet clinic. This is were I learned all the care and maintenance of horse, goats, cat, dogs, birds, lamas, sheep, cattle, pigs, ducks, geese, and rabbits. My mother and I owned a Diary goat farm for 14 years and I started the path of training horses like my mother. I was in 4-H for two years with the goats and then I went in to FFA for 4 years in high school. I started working for Carters Farm Mobile Petting Zoo and Pony Rides in 2005 with Sean Carter. Then in 2013 we moved to Steptoe, WA. In June 2013 I started working a seasonal job for Ron Phelan doing hay stacking. I drove a New Holland stacker that I maintained. Then I helped a small wheat farmer I drove his wheat truck. I still Work on my own farm with the goats and horse.
All Animal care from youth to show
Loading and unloading of equipment and animal Feed
Child and Parent interaction
Nutritional Support ( for animals)
Healthcare assessment ( for animals)
Management transport safety of animals and equipment
Behavior modification with horses
driving a hay stacker
Handling book keeping
doing paper work with business
maintain of equipment
maintain of a grade a dairy goat farm in Arizona
grain truck driver non CDL
Carters Farm Mobile Petting Zoo And Pony RidesOct 2005 - Mar 2013 Sean CarterQueen Creek, AZ I was in charge of taking animals to events such as birthday party and family parties. I have driven with a truck and horse trailer all over Arizona such as Globe, Flagstaff, and Sedona. I took a wide selection of animals to parties for kids to have a time with animals. I had to make sure all animals and kids were safe and did not get hurt. I also did pony rides for kids and therapy kids so they have a chance to ride a horse.
Hay stacking Jun 2013 - Oct 2013 Ronald Phelan Queen Creek, AZ This was a sesonal job. What I did was stack all the hay out in a field with a machine that I had to maintain and keep clean on the in side and out side of the machine. We had to keep an eye on everything around me. I had to watch what was happening with the bale of hay well I picked it up with the stacker and make sure that it goes on all tables the right way.
High School Diploma: 4 years of FFA2012 Queen Creek High SchoolQueen Creek, AZ