I have worked in agriculture practically all of my working life, I began as a farm hand when I was 15 officially, but had other experiences with my grandfather before that, days-weeks of helping out on the family farm, etc. In the given field I am pretty well experienced, having been entrusted to the care of animals by multiple parties when they leave for vacation, emergency, etc. My responsibilities included: feeding cattle, horses, pigs, chickens, and bottling calves. Cleaning: Horse pens, cattle pens, pig pens, livestock troughs, water tanks, etc.
This is where i learned most of my livestock experience, I've had multiple other small time jobs after i'd developed this experience at this particular place, now I'm the only one she entrusts to take care of her livestock when she is gone away and I am constantly commended for my work well done.
responsibilities: Lawn Care, cleaning up grounds after storms: i.e. picking up branches etc, cleaning and tidying horse stalls (shoveling manure, etc),
basic construction and repair, basic plumbing.
My time there resulted in developing my ability to finish a job without entirely knowing the details which required me of doing the job a certain way. and solving problems on my own, due to the fact that i always worked alone.
My first real full time farm hand job, my responsibilities included: planting seed, cultivating, mixing chemical for spraying, sweeping fields, and plowing.
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