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Participate in a variety of horticultural activities in production/care of produce, i.e. plant, weed, spray, harvest, clean produce, etc. Prepare produce for market. Operate tractor to cultivate soil. General maintenance of farm buildings/facilities/grounds. Non smoking/drinking/drug environment.
Crops/Commodities: \npotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of three months of prior experience working on a vegetable crop farm handling both manual and machine tasks associated with commodity production and harvest activities. Applicants must be able to furnish verbal or written statement establishing relevant prior work experience. Workers will engage in cultivating and sorting/packing potatoes. Tasks include weeding potato fields during harvest either by hand or with a hoe. Workers will sort potatoes, standing beside a moving conveyor belt and removing the damaged potatoes and foreign materials from the good potatoes by hand. Workers will keep the line in clean working condition by shoveling dirt and other debris from under/around conveyor belts/apparatus. Workers will clean and sanitize bins. \n \nWork is to be done for long periods of time. Workers will assist in loading trucks with product weighing up to and including 75 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet for long periods of time. Workers should be able to work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, insect spray, related chemicals, etc. may affect workers' ability to perform the job. Workers are exposed to wet weather early in the morning through the heat of the day, working in fields. Temperatures may range from 10 to 100 F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Workers should be physically able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. Saturday work required. Employer-paid post-hire drug testing is required upon reasonable suspicion of use and after a worker has an accident at work.\n\nPersons seeking employment in this position must be available for the entire period requested by the employer. Applicants must be able to furnish verbal or written statement establishing relevant prior work experience. Successful applicants will be subject to a trial period of up to 3 days during which their performance of required tasks will be evaluated. If the performance during the trial period is not acceptable to the employer the worker‘s employment will be terminated. \n\n. \n \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker's Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \nThe employer will offer 3 shifts per 24 hours with an unpaid lunch break Monday through Saturday: \n\n(Shift 1) 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.\n(Shift 2) 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.\n(Shift 3) 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. \n\nEach worker will be assigned to a shift. \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a three-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker's performance fails to satisfy the employer's reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the three-day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer's recruitment period.
Crops/Commodities: \nPotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience performing duties associated with operating and performing routine maintenance on GPS equipped potato farming equipment and/or 12 months of verifiable experience repairing and maintaining electrical systems and hardware of pivots. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience.\n\nDriving tractors, sprayers and planters, will plant, spray, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, sprayers, Bottom Switch plows, Grimme planters, Windrowers, line equipment with holding tanks, dry brushers, grading tables, harvesters, pumps, tilling equipment, trucks, holding tanks, case-loaders, pivots, pilers, windrowers, Dammer Dykes (cultivators) and other mechanized, electrically powered or motor-driven equipment, on farms or in farm equipment repair shops. Workers will operate the farm machinery, equipment and vehicles. Workers will be instructed in the safety and operation of the equipment before driving the equipment. Workers will be expected to be able to operate equipment, with or without direction, in a manner that protects the operator, visitors, other employees, crops, trees, facilities and equipment. Failure to comply with operating and safety standards may result in termination. This is a very demanding and competitive business in which quality specifications must be rigorously adhered to. The equipment workers will be operating and maintaining is expensive and dangerous. Workers are expected to follow the employer's requests to not only prevent damage to the equipment, but to also prevent injuries to workers. Any equipment damaged by a worker's failure to follow instructions or damaged due to malice will be charged to the worker. \n \nWorkers may hitch soil conditioning implements, such as plow or harrow to tractor, and operate tractor and towed implement to furrow and grade soil. Workers will drive tractors and operate designated towed machines, such as drill or manure spreader, to plant, fertilize, dust and spray crops. Prepares harvesting machine by adjusting speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head or depth of digging blades according to type, height, weight and condition of crop being harvested, and contour of terrain. Attaches towed or mounted-type harvesting machine to tractor using hand tools or drives self-propelled harvesting machine to cut, pull up, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag or bundle crops. \n \nWorkers will perform irrigation activities, including setting up and moving irrigation pipes and equipment. \n\nWorkers who perform spraying must complete all Worker Protection Standard training necessary to comply with national regulations regarding the safe application of pesticides. After completion of the WPS training, or under the supervision of a certified pesticide applicator, workers will mix and apply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers or other crop enhancing/protecting sprays as deemed necessary by management.\n \nWhile the workers main duties are associated with operation of the potato growing equipment, workers will also be required to perform routine maintenance on the equipment, as well. Examines and listens to machines, motors, gasoline and diesel engines and equipment for operational defects and dismantles defective units, using hand-tools. Repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and shop tools. Workers will replace components, such as carburetors, fuel pumps, generators, ignition points and spark plugs. Reassembles, adjusts and lubricates machines and equipment to ensure efficient operation. May install and repair wiring and motors to maintain farm electrical system.
Crops/Commodities: \npotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience driving/servicing 10-wheel, straight-frame field trucks. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience. Workers must be able to perform all duties with accuracy and efficiency. \n\nWorker will drive 10-wheel, straight-frame field truck to/from specified destinations within area of intended employment; maneuver trucks into and out of loading and unloading positions. Operator will perform duties in both on-road (paved) and off-road conditions. Worker must possess the ability to successfully operate in rough and adverse off-road conditions and ability to drive truck underneath the harvester boom safely, as instructed by the harvester operator. Worker must possess the ability to read a map, understand directions, use GPS and successfully navigate to a specific location; regularly climb up and down, on, into and out of truck; complete pre-trip and post-trip inspection and paperwork on trucks; perform all preventive maintenance duties to assigned fleet vehicle, as well as assist with reactive maintenance on assigned fleet vehicle. Operator is responsible for daily, weekly and monthly surface and deep cleanings of assigned fleet vehicle, including exterior, chassis, engine area and cargo carrying box. Worker may also operate pull tractor and tillage implements; and will operate hosteling truck to jockey trailers from loading lines for filling and weighing purposes. \n\nEmployer requires that a successful applicant possess a valid driver's license , or equivalent, as a condition of employment. Workers must maintain a valid driver's license and a clean driving record throughout employment and comply with applicable requirements of the United States Department of Transportation regulations. A clean driving record has no disqualifying factors under applicable law or under employer's motor vehicle insurance policy. Examples of disqualifying factors include, but are not limited to, conviction for driving under the influence, driving while impaired or the occurrence of a serious at-fault accident. \n\nMust be able to complete, with supervisor's assistance, employer's and USDOT-mandated forms, including work, field, vehicle inspection and mileage records in English and perform basic arithmetic calculations as required. Drivers will be responsible for execution of all daily pre-trip and post-trip inspection and paperwork on trucks and will be responsible for ensuring trucks are “fit for duty” at all times. Drivers will maintain all maintenance records, and will be responsible for completing a weekly timesheet “timecard” and submitting to the Farm Manager. \n\n \nAs required by law, employer complies with all applicable laws and regulations related to motor carrier safety, including those promulgated by the United States Department of Transportation. Using the services of a third party, employer uniformly conducts a motor vehicle records check as part of the hiring process. The motor vehicle records check assesses whether the applicant has a clean driving record and whether he is legally entitled to operate motor vehicles in the United States.\n\nService machinery, trucks. Make in-field repairs. Service/repairs includes but is not limited to: lubricating grease points; inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance; removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. \n\nWorker must be able to repeatedly push, pull, lift and/or carry up to 60 lbs.
Crops/Commodities: Fertilizer application, drive trucks and operate heavy duty farm equipment to apply fertilizer and crop chemicals to fields. Operate equipment to agitate and transfer fertilizer in storage tanks and bins. Loading and unloading of grain and agronomy products. Apply fertilizer and crop chemicals in field in safe and efficient manner via spray equipment and trucks. Monitor high pressure hose and pump engines while fertilizer is transferred from tanks to farms via truck in field. Workers could drive tractors and operate designated towing machines (trucks, pick-ups) for operation if equipment such as fertilizer tanks, application toolbars, to fertilize crops or transfer grain. Workers may also haul fertilizer and water via tankers from farm to field or tank farm (warehouse) to field. Use power equipment including but not limited to tractors of various horsepower, mowers, plows, UTV. Seed operations; operation of seed handling equipment, load seed tenders & delivery of seed. Soil Sampling: soil collection, safely operate ATV, probe soil in producer’s fields, bag soil & deliver soil to CVA location. Service farm machinery, pump engines, trucks and trailers make in-field repairs. service/repairs includes but is not limited to: fueling, changing filters, inspecting for wear and or failure, lubricating grease points, inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance, removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. Welding and metal fabrication to repair equipment or create equipment also applicable. Move farm equipment sprayers and drive trucks between worksites. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with building field maintenance and repairs. All workers will be responsible for picking up trash, cleaning equipment, mowing grass, delivering and receiving goods and supplies, sweeping floors and other farm sanitation duties. Power wash or rinse out/off fertilizer application equipment between work sites and after worksite job completion. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 50 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must obey all safety rules and basic instructions and be able to recognize, understand and comply with safety, pesticide warning/re-entry and other essential postings. Employer will instruct workers in the safety and operation of equipment before use. Workers must operate equipment in a manner that protects operator, visitors, other workers, products, trees, crops and equipment. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. All machinery and equipment to be cleaned after use. Employer may provide pay increases for performance and experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Drive trucks and tractors to perform a variety of crop raising duties. Field ready implements and equipment. Cultivate, harrow, fertilize, spray, and harvest crops. Operate and repair farm implements. Transport farm commodities to market. Mow/clean premises and equipment. Operate and repair irrigation equipment and other general farm labor. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: corn, wheat, milo, soybeans, alfalfa, camelina
August-November: Preg check cows on grass, maintain pends by box scraping and hauling manure out and make repairs to fences and corrals; pack and cover feed with plastic and tires, wean calves off of the cows, work cattle, clean waters, pull the right number of cattle from the pens that are ready to be shipped and bring them to the loadout, remove manure; wean calves, build electric fence around corn stalks for cows to be moved onto for grazing, ship cattle, receive and pen new cattle coming in; continue to wean calves, build electric fence, and move cows off grass, ship cattle, scrape pens and move manure; December-March: work cattle, move cattle between pens, scrape and clean pens, move manure, break ice on water tanks and ponds as needed, receive and pen new cattle coming in; move cows between pens and work cows, scrape and clean pens, and move manure as needed, break ice on water tanks and ponds as needed, and receive and pen new cattle coming in, calve first time heifers and cows; calve out cows including checking them several times a day, tagging new calves, and helping any cows that are in need of help while calving; mix feed and haul feed to cows; monitor any cows that have not calved yet, check the cows and calf pairs, finish late calving and deal with lingering cold weather; April-May: remove temporary fencing, sell yearling calves, move cows and newborn calves to grass pasture for grazing during peak forage production.
Employees will operate all kinds of farm equipment to assist with all aspect of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling of crops. Job duties include but are not limited to operating equipment to plant corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton, spray crops/fields (Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides), and operate equipment to harvest crops (combines, grain carts, semi-trucks, cotton strippers). Employees will need to assist with pivot irrigation systems including installing, repairing and maintenance. Employees will be required to do routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Operate mowers to mow around pivots, ditches and fields where needed. May be required to assist with swathing, mowing, raking and baling hay when applicable. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion.
Pull weeds and grass from fields by hand or hoe; field grade onions and load onion trailers by hand; warehouse grade and pack onions, repair wooden onion crates. Must be able to lift 75lbs to shoulder height repetitively throughout the workday and be able to carry 75lbs in the field. \n\nWorkers may be requested to submit to random drug or alcohol tests at no cost to the worker. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. All testing will occur post-hire and is not a part of the interview process. Negative result required before starting work.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Oats, Prairie Hay, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: Tractors, High Loader, Feed wagon, Dump Truck, Box Scraper, Hyd chute, Pickup, Four wheeler
Attend to cattle, duties may include feeding, watering, herding, grazing, branding, catching and loading, hauling manure and hauling feed. Inspect, maintain and repair equipment, machinery, buildings, pens, yards and fences. May maintain records on cattle; examine cattle to detect diseases or injuries; assist in calving; administer medications, vaccinations or insecticides as appropriate. Swathing and baling, drive trucks, tractors and other equipment to haul feed. \nCrops: alfalfa, rye grass, sudan grass, corn, sorghum, silage
Job requires driving tractors and operating large farm equipment to till soil, plant, & harvest crops. The job also requires applying fertilizer & operating a sprayer along with semi-trucks to transport product to storage elevators. 6 months experience is required and the applicant must have or be able to obtain driver?s license within 30 days after hire. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Assist with all harvest and processing activities including but not limited to the following: Operate various equipment such as tractors, loaders, trucks, combines, etc. Maintain, repair, and clean all machinery involved with harvest. Unload trucks and operate unloading equipment including augers and conveyors. Clean job site. Other miscellaneous tasks associated with harvest. \n\nCrops: corn, soybeans\n
Job includes custom harvesting duties at the locations listed in this application, driving trucks from the fields to the silage pit, fueling trucks, helping service trucks, tractors, and silage chopper. Employees will operate semi-trucks, service pickups, and packing tractors. Packing tractor drives back and forth over the silage pile to compact the silage and push the air out. After silage harvest employees will move onto corn harvest and will haul corn to the elevator or bin. Duties also include manual labor such as servicing trucks, greasing, blowing radiator, airing up tires, tire repair, cleaning out trucks, and washing truck windows. Must have 3 months of experience, the ability to obtain a driver’s license within 30 days of hire, and ability to perform mechanical repair and maintenance. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Seasonal employees will assistant with feeding and taking care of livestock during the confined period of November through May. Running water and hauling water while cows are on corn stocks. Feeding hay and putting out straw for bedding. Helping calf out cows and check on the health of calves. Assist with working cattle including vaccinating and doing health checks. Building electric fence and picking up electric fence. Employees will also assist with annual bull sale the first Monday of March each year and our cow sale in November. Employees will assist with all duties related to the care of the livestock during this period. \n
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\n\nEquipment: Case IH 8250 Combine, Case IH 8230 Combine, Case IH 340 Tractor, Case IH 340 Row Track Tractor, Case IH 3340 Sprayer\n\nCrops: Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Work on Cat irrigation motors as well as V-8 motors. Know how to diagnose, work on, and service electric sprinklers. Keep and maintain all equipment clean. \nCrops: Corn, Cotton, Soy Beans, Sorghum, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: John Deere tractors: 8320, 8370Landoll chisel mulcherLandoll diskKrauss StriptillerJohn Deere PlanterJohn Deere SprayerJohn Deere 780S CombinesElectric SprinklersV-8 irrigation motors: 605, 496, 8.1Cat irrigation motors: 342, 353, 3406, 3408Cummins irrigation motors: 855Anhydrous Ammonia trailers and tillage tools
Assists with production, preparation and storage of company products. Places boxed products on a pallet. Maintains housekeeping of the production plant and warehouse. Follows company's safety guidelines and good manufacturing practices.
Perform any of the following seasonal tasks to attend to sheep: Lambing 750+ ewes, expecting multiple births (twins and some triplets); Feeding and water sheep; Vaccinating ewes and lambs; Filling mineral feeders; Processing/working newborns- recording data, docking, castrating, ear-tagging, dipping navels; Mixing creep feed rations and filling feeders; Cleaning automatic waters; Driving/loading feed wagon; Moving hay bales and filling round bale feeders; Spreading straw bedding for sheep; Moving/setting up panels, pens, gates for lactating group pens of pairs( ewes with their lambs); Maintain lambing barn/pens/loading corrals- cleaning pens with skid steer loader/hauling manure to storage pile; Welding and repairing panels, gates, pens; Operate Bobcat Skid steer loader with needed attachments; Weighing/sorting/loading lambs ready for market; Maintaining feed alleys and concrete bunk line after weather events (snow/rain) in order to feed the sheep. Drive to town to pick up feed. \nEquipment to be used on Livestock: Magnum Case tractor, Kuhn Knight feed mixer wagon, Bobcat Skid steer with bucket, Grapple, Hay bale Attachments, 4 wheeler, Mineral feeders, Automatic waterer's, hay rack panels, digital livestock scale, hand-held stock recorder, pitchforks, shovels, brooms, livestock trailer, loading chute, portable panels, electric fence posts, post hole digger, electric fence, splicers, fencing ratchet, post pounder, vaccinating syringes, castrating/docking/ear tagging tools. Spread-All manure spreader wagon.
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements and semi-trucks to till soil; prepare and maintain field conditions; and harvest and transport products to elevator or storage area. Job will also require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on equipment, regularly servicing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining clean and organized work areas. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Crops/Commodities: \nHigh moisture corn grinding for feedlots. \nWorkers needed to run farm tractors, operate corn grinders and unload farm trucks to prepare High Moisture Corn (HMC) feed for cattle. Use tractors to load HMC onto corn grinders, then push ground corn onto a pile and pack it up for placement in specified corn bunkers. Unload HMC from trucks by opening gates, then moving corn using a loader. Maintain and repair equipment as needed. \n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer's products and property, with or without direction. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when ground is damp with morning dew, or during light rain, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker's ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. \n\nSupervisor(s) will provide instructions and directions to workers. Workers must be able to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively to supervisors. Unusual, complex or non-routine activities will be supervised. Workers expected to perform basic duties in a proficient manner without close supervision. \n\n Persons seeking employment in this position must be available for the entire period requested by the employer. \nEmployer attests that it has sent (or will promptly send) original surety bond to CNPC. \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker's Sabbath or federal holidays. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. \n \n \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a five-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker's performance fails to satisfy the employer's reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer's recruitment period. Job abandonment will be deemed to occur after five consecutive workdays of unexcused absences. Workers may not report for work under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Possession or use of illegal drugs or alcohol on company premises is prohibited and will be cause for immediate termination.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems (center pivot) for watering crops; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; general farm labor such as mowing; servicing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Must be able to perform a variety of duties including harvesting, delivering seed and fertilizer, checking irrigation systems, hooking and unhooking implements, inspecting equipment, mowing, etc. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Determine productivity and performance of various applications of seed, fertilizer and chemicals. Equipment: www.southwestff.comBrand new John Deere S780 combines with 40' heads. Brand new John Deere 8370R tractors. Brand new John Deere 9520RX tractor. Nice Peterbilt trucks. TL irrigation center pivots. Zimmatic Irrigation center pivots\nCrops: Beans, Corn, Cotton, Milo, Winter Wheat
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment/trucks/tractors for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops: tractors, combines, grain carts, feed trucks, semi-trucks, swathers, and mowers. Clean/maintain/repair machinery and equipment. Light mechanic work. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Precondition and maintain cattle: Monitor birthing of baby calves, hay all cattle, haul water to cattle, mix feed, monitor health, vaccinate. Operate feed truck/pay loader. Clean pens. Put up/maintain fence. Manure hauling. May haul cattle to market. \n1-hour lunch break\nCrops: wheat, milo, corn, sunflowers
We need seasonal employees to assist with our crop production season. Must be able to operate tractors to cultivate, plant, fertilizer and harvest crops. Must be able to operate a combine, tractor and grain cart and drive a semi-truck and trailer to get crops from field to elevators/storage bins. Must be able to complete daily maintenance of irrigation systems including engines to pump water. Center pivot sprinkler system knowledge to operate and repair sprinklers. Must be able to do routine maintenance and repairs on trucks, trailers, combines, tractors, sprayers, pickups and other farm equipment. Must have experience spraying crops and operating a sprayer.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, rye, hay, crab grass; transporting crops from field to storage facilities; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; assisting with calving mother cows, vaccinating, ear tagging, supplements and feeding of livestock; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Employees will operate all kinds of farm equipment to assist with all aspect of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling of crops. Job duties include but are not limited to operating equipment to plant corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton, spray crops/fields (Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides), and operate equipment to harvest crops (combines, grain carts, semi-trucks, cotton strippers). Employees will need to assist with pivot irrigation systems including installing, repairing and maintenance. Employees will be required to do routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Operate mowers to mow around pivots, ditches and fields where needed. May be required to assist with swathing, mowing, raking and baling hay when applicable. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion.
Workers will be responsible for loading grain harvest and transporting it to grain elevators or storage bins. The employee will also be responsible for weighing the load being transported and recording the weight on scale tickets. The employee must be able to read and write, for record keeping is an important part of the job. Records include but are not limited to; Federal DOT Log Book, fuel usage, and truck maintenance records. Employee must have a valid commercial driver’s license CDL Class A (or foreign equivalent), with proper endorsements and be able to legally drive. Must have knowledge of the Federal Motor Carriers Regulations and abide by them.\n\nAs the individual who physically goes to each site, employees must be observant and proactive and communicate with the main office any issues they observe on a routine basis. The employee will be driving for long periods of time and overtime will be required.\n\nPhysical Requirements:\n• Be able to sit and drive for up to 11 hours daily and work up to 14 hours.\n• Be able to lift 50 pounds routinely over the course of the work day with a maximum of 75-pound lifting.\n• Be able to work from low levels crouching and bending to reach low levels.\n• Be able to work on ladders and elevated platform.\n• Be able to work in extreme weather conditions, such as cold weather conditions in the winter.\n• Be able to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, road maps, and memos.\n\nOther requirements:\n• Mechanically inclined in order to perform emergency roadside repairs such as lights, brakes, change tires, change belts, etc. Also, ability to inspect equipment for repairs.\n• Be able to maintain clean equipment.\n• Can maintain good recordkeeping such as truck logs, pre-trip and post-trip reports, mileage, etc.\n• Be able to work in adverse conditions; i.e, hot, humid, high odor areas involving insects and dust, or winter weather conditions involving winter precipitation.\n• Must be willing to follow the company’s safety programs, including but not limited to Lock Out –Tag Out and Permit Required Confined Space.\n• Occasionally be asked to help load and unload the truck.\n• Must be able to work and communicate well with other employees\n• Be able to work occasional nights and weekends.\n• Must be able to recognize potential problems in the equipment and/or environment by touch, smell, feel and/or sight.\n• Wear personal protective equipment when required.\n• Driver must have a clear driving record.\n\nDue to our bio-security policy, GBN employees are not allowed to own any type of feathered pet/livestock.\n\nBasic skills in speaking, reading, and writing in English is required.
Job requires the operation of various tractors and farm equipment to till soil; work ground; prepare and maintain land; and plant, fertilize, spray, cultivate, harvest, swath, and bale transport crops storage area. Equipment that workers may be required to operate includes, but is not limited to, tractors with various implements, sprayers, skid steers, mowers, trucks with goose-neck trailers, and track-hoes. The job will require workers to do the following tasks: feed cows daily; check cows daily; assist with vet visits; assist with medication administration; calving cows and bred heifers; occasionally lifting and carrying newborn calves; weaning calves from cows; tagging calves at birth; lifting bags of mineral and hay bales; spraying cattle for flies and other pests; plant grass; till pasture; clean pens; put bedding in pens; performing general maintenance, repairs and/or clean-up of storage sheds, buildings, fences, gates, barns and all farm equipment; ensuring operational areas are organized and well maintained; using hand tools and equipment to repair, clean and maintain farm vehicles, machinery and specialized machinery and agricultural equipment; welding; and regularly servicing equipment. There are few typical days and workers may be required to change duties and/or locations often and engage in various general functions. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible to employees depending on experience or merit and are at the sole discretion of the employer.
Daily farm operations including but not limited to driving equipment, maintenance support of farm equipment, grain bin management; maintaining appearance of the farm, facility maintenance, daily care of livestock and assisting owners in achieving farm goals, and additional duties as related to cattle operations.
Prepare permanent and temporary fencing; receive, process, and check stocker cattle; ensure sufficient feed, water, and mineral availability; break ice in watering facilities; sort cattle to be taken to market and sold; perform maintenance and repairs to worksite, fences, and equipment including managing weed pressure and forage nutrient for grazing.
We operate a custom harvesting business, harvesting in Kansas. We harvest wheat, soybeans, milo, and corn. Employees will operate equipment, such as Tractor and Graincart, combines, semi's, and trucks. Employees may have to haul them as well as campers. Employees will assist with all aspects of harvesting these crops. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment.\n\n***Please note that for 2023, we will be adjusting our starting date to May 1st to cover our entire season.
Performs any of the following tasks to attend to livestock on farm: Operate, maintain & repair cattle feeding trucks, tractors and trailers. Build, remove and repair electric fencing. Winter maintenance & repairs to irrigation equipment used to grow hay & grain products consumed in livestock production. Transport, sort, grind and deliver alfalfa & forage products; operate, maintain & repair hay grinding equipment, loaders, trucks & trailers used to transport and deliver alfalfa & forage products to livestock. Move & fill water tanks for livestock; break ice in water tanks during severe weather. Operate snow removal equipment in order to operate feed grinders, wagons and equipment needed to get to livestock. Examine animals for disease and injury; administer medications as needed. Maintain birth records and feed records. Tag, vaccinate and brand animals. Assist in birth. Clean & maintain livestock sheds, buildings & equipment.
We need a qualified worker to assist in preparing cattle for sale. Duties will include herding, grazing, castrating, branding, weighing, catching and loading animals. Employees will also need to maintain records on animals, examine animals to detect disease and injuries; assist with birth deliveries; and administer medications and vaccinations as appropriate. Assist with building and maintaining fences. Will need to operate trucks and tractors and other equipment to distribute feed and assist with cutting of forage as directed. Drive semi-trucks to haul cattle from field to market.
November: calving cows and heifers, tagging calves as they are born, checking cow and calf health daily, administer medicine as necessary, pull calves out of pastures and to working facilities, tracking calf gender and growth, prepare corn stalk and wheat pasture with temporary fence, put bulls on cows for breeding; December-February: put calves and stocker calves on wheat and corn stocks for grazing, feed cattle with trucks and small tractors/forklifts to supplement diet, monitor animal health, build new pens by welding, rebuild and fix fence, scrape manure out of pens, move manure out of pens to fields, service livestock equipment and small ATVs, break ice in watering facilities; March: pull calves and cows off stocks and wheat pasture, castrate bull calves, pull adult bulls off cows, sort cattle into pens, sell stocker cattle, check grass pasture fence, move cows to pasture; driving farm pickup to move cattle.
Harvest Moon, Inc is a Kansas Certified seed business. We produce large amounts of wheat seed, treat it while keeping it all identity preserved. This harvested product and its production are then trucked and hauled to market and end users. Employees will be given the responsibilities of semi-truck driving moving our own personal harvested grain, completing maintenance of all equipment and operating large GPS driven tractors for field work. Employees need to be highly proficient in large GPS tractor and semi-truck operation. Employees need to have a keen sense of exceptional maintenance and cleanliness. Employer may provide pay increases for performance and experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment/trucks/tractors for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops: tractors, combines, grain carts, feed trucks, semi-trucks, swathers, and mowers. Clean/maintain/repair machinery and equipment. Light mechanic work. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Precondition and maintain cattle: Monitor birthing of baby calves, hay all cattle, haul water to cattle, mix feed, monitor health, vaccinate. Operate feed truck/pay loader. Clean pens. Put up/maintain fence. Manure hauling. May haul cattle to market. \n1-hour lunch break\nCrops: wheat, milo, corn, sunflowers
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Must be able to perform a variety of duties including harvesting, delivering seed and fertilizer, checking irrigation systems, hooking and unhooking implements, inspecting equipment, mowing, etc. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Determine productivity and performance of various applications of seed, fertilizer and chemicals. Equipment: www.southwestff.comBrand new John Deere S780 combines with 40' heads. Brand new John Deere 8370R tractors. Brand new John Deere 9520RX tractor. Nice Peterbilt trucks. TL irrigation center pivots. Zimmatic Irrigation center pivots\nCrops: Beans, Corn, Cotton, Milo, Winter Wheat
Seasonal employees will assistant with feeding and taking care of livestock during the confined period of November through May. Running water and hauling water while cows are on corn stocks. Feeding hay and putting out straw for bedding. Helping calf out cows and check on the health of calves. Assist with working cattle including vaccinating and doing health checks. Building electric fence and picking up electric fence. Employees will also assist with annual bull sale the first Monday of March each year and our cow sale in November. Employees will assist with all duties related to the care of the livestock during this period. \n
Perform any of the following seasonal tasks to attend to sheep: Lambing 750+ ewes, expecting multiple births (twins and some triplets); Feeding and water sheep; Vaccinating ewes and lambs; Filling mineral feeders; Processing/working newborns- recording data, docking, castrating, ear-tagging, dipping navels; Mixing creep feed rations and filling feeders; Cleaning automatic waters; Driving/loading feed wagon; Moving hay bales and filling round bale feeders; Spreading straw bedding for sheep; Moving/setting up panels, pens, gates for lactating group pens of pairs( ewes with their lambs); Maintain lambing barn/pens/loading corrals- cleaning pens with skid steer loader/hauling manure to storage pile; Welding and repairing panels, gates, pens; Operate Bobcat Skid steer loader with needed attachments; Weighing/sorting/loading lambs ready for market; Maintaining feed alleys and concrete bunk line after weather events (snow/rain) in order to feed the sheep. Drive to town to pick up feed. \nEquipment to be used on Livestock: Magnum Case tractor, Kuhn Knight feed mixer wagon, Bobcat Skid steer with bucket, Grapple, Hay bale Attachments, 4 wheeler, Mineral feeders, Automatic waterer's, hay rack panels, digital livestock scale, hand-held stock recorder, pitchforks, shovels, brooms, livestock trailer, loading chute, portable panels, electric fence posts, post hole digger, electric fence, splicers, fencing ratchet, post pounder, vaccinating syringes, castrating/docking/ear tagging tools. Spread-All manure spreader wagon.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Work on Cat irrigation motors as well as V-8 motors. Know how to diagnose, work on, and service electric sprinklers. Keep and maintain all equipment clean. \nCrops: Corn, Cotton, Soy Beans, Sorghum, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: John Deere tractors: 8320, 8370Landoll chisel mulcherLandoll diskKrauss StriptillerJohn Deere PlanterJohn Deere SprayerJohn Deere 780S CombinesElectric SprinklersV-8 irrigation motors: 605, 496, 8.1Cat irrigation motors: 342, 353, 3406, 3408Cummins irrigation motors: 855Anhydrous Ammonia trailers and tillage tools
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements and semi-trucks to till soil; prepare and maintain field conditions; and harvest and transport products to elevator or storage area. Job will also require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on equipment, regularly servicing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining clean and organized work areas. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\n\nEquipment: Case IH 8250 Combine, Case IH 8230 Combine, Case IH 340 Tractor, Case IH 340 Row Track Tractor, Case IH 3340 Sprayer\n\nCrops: Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
Attend to cattle, duties may include feeding, watering, herding, grazing, branding, catching and loading, hauling manure and hauling feed. Inspect, maintain and repair equipment, machinery, buildings, pens, yards and fences. May maintain records on cattle; examine cattle to detect diseases or injuries; assist in calving; administer medications, vaccinations or insecticides as appropriate. Swathing and baling, drive trucks, tractors and other equipment to haul feed. \nCrops: alfalfa, rye grass, sudan grass, corn, sorghum, silage
Job includes custom harvesting duties at the locations listed in this application, driving trucks from the fields to the silage pit, fueling trucks, helping service trucks, tractors, and silage chopper. Employees will operate semi-trucks, service pickups, and packing tractors. Packing tractor drives back and forth over the silage pile to compact the silage and push the air out. After silage harvest employees will move onto corn harvest and will haul corn to the elevator or bin. Duties also include manual labor such as servicing trucks, greasing, blowing radiator, airing up tires, tire repair, cleaning out trucks, and washing truck windows. Must have 3 months of experience, the ability to obtain a driver’s license within 30 days of hire, and ability to perform mechanical repair and maintenance. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Assist with all harvest and processing activities including but not limited to the following: Operate various equipment such as tractors, loaders, trucks, combines, etc. Maintain, repair, and clean all machinery involved with harvest. Unload trucks and operate unloading equipment including augers and conveyors. Clean job site. Other miscellaneous tasks associated with harvest. \n\nCrops: corn, soybeans\n
Employees will operate all kinds of farm equipment to assist with all aspect of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling of crops. Job duties include but are not limited to operating equipment to plant corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton, spray crops/fields (Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides), and operate equipment to harvest crops (combines, grain carts, semi-trucks, cotton strippers). Employees will need to assist with pivot irrigation systems including installing, repairing and maintenance. Employees will be required to do routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Operate mowers to mow around pivots, ditches and fields where needed. May be required to assist with swathing, mowing, raking and baling hay when applicable. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Oats, Prairie Hay, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: Tractors, High Loader, Feed wagon, Dump Truck, Box Scraper, Hyd chute, Pickup, Four wheeler
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems (center pivot) for watering crops; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; general farm labor such as mowing; servicing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Pull weeds and grass from fields by hand or hoe; field grade onions and load onion trailers by hand; warehouse grade and pack onions, repair wooden onion crates. Must be able to lift 75lbs to shoulder height repetitively throughout the workday and be able to carry 75lbs in the field. \n\nWorkers may be requested to submit to random drug or alcohol tests at no cost to the worker. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. All testing will occur post-hire and is not a part of the interview process. Negative result required before starting work.
Job requires driving tractors and operating large farm equipment to till soil, plant, & harvest crops. The job also requires applying fertilizer & operating a sprayer along with semi-trucks to transport product to storage elevators. 6 months experience is required and the applicant must have or be able to obtain driver?s license within 30 days after hire. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Drive trucks and tractors to perform a variety of crop raising duties. Field ready implements and equipment. Cultivate, harrow, fertilize, spray, and harvest crops. Operate and repair farm implements. Transport farm commodities to market. Mow/clean premises and equipment. Operate and repair irrigation equipment and other general farm labor. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: corn, wheat, milo, soybeans, alfalfa, camelina
Crops/Commodities: \npotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of three months of prior experience working on a vegetable crop farm handling both manual and machine tasks associated with commodity production and harvest activities. Applicants must be able to furnish verbal or written statement establishing relevant prior work experience. Workers will engage in cultivating and sorting/packing potatoes. Tasks include weeding potato fields during harvest either by hand or with a hoe. Workers will sort potatoes, standing beside a moving conveyor belt and removing the damaged potatoes and foreign materials from the good potatoes by hand. Workers will keep the line in clean working condition by shoveling dirt and other debris from under/around conveyor belts/apparatus. Workers will clean and sanitize bins. \n \nWork is to be done for long periods of time. Workers will assist in loading trucks with product weighing up to and including 75 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet for long periods of time. Workers should be able to work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, insect spray, related chemicals, etc. may affect workers' ability to perform the job. Workers are exposed to wet weather early in the morning through the heat of the day, working in fields. Temperatures may range from 10 to 100 F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Workers should be physically able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. Saturday work required. Employer-paid post-hire drug testing is required upon reasonable suspicion of use and after a worker has an accident at work.\n\nPersons seeking employment in this position must be available for the entire period requested by the employer. Applicants must be able to furnish verbal or written statement establishing relevant prior work experience. Successful applicants will be subject to a trial period of up to 3 days during which their performance of required tasks will be evaluated. If the performance during the trial period is not acceptable to the employer the worker‘s employment will be terminated. \n\n. \n \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker's Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \nThe employer will offer 3 shifts per 24 hours with an unpaid lunch break Monday through Saturday: \n\n(Shift 1) 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.\n(Shift 2) 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.\n(Shift 3) 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. \n\nEach worker will be assigned to a shift. \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a three-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker's performance fails to satisfy the employer's reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the three-day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer's recruitment period.
Crops/Commodities: \nPotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience performing duties associated with operating and performing routine maintenance on GPS equipped potato farming equipment and/or 12 months of verifiable experience repairing and maintaining electrical systems and hardware of pivots. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience.\n\nDriving tractors, sprayers and planters, will plant, spray, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, sprayers, Bottom Switch plows, Grimme planters, Windrowers, line equipment with holding tanks, dry brushers, grading tables, harvesters, pumps, tilling equipment, trucks, holding tanks, case-loaders, pivots, pilers, windrowers, Dammer Dykes (cultivators) and other mechanized, electrically powered or motor-driven equipment, on farms or in farm equipment repair shops. Workers will operate the farm machinery, equipment and vehicles. Workers will be instructed in the safety and operation of the equipment before driving the equipment. Workers will be expected to be able to operate equipment, with or without direction, in a manner that protects the operator, visitors, other employees, crops, trees, facilities and equipment. Failure to comply with operating and safety standards may result in termination. This is a very demanding and competitive business in which quality specifications must be rigorously adhered to. The equipment workers will be operating and maintaining is expensive and dangerous. Workers are expected to follow the employer's requests to not only prevent damage to the equipment, but to also prevent injuries to workers. Any equipment damaged by a worker's failure to follow instructions or damaged due to malice will be charged to the worker. \n \nWorkers may hitch soil conditioning implements, such as plow or harrow to tractor, and operate tractor and towed implement to furrow and grade soil. Workers will drive tractors and operate designated towed machines, such as drill or manure spreader, to plant, fertilize, dust and spray crops. Prepares harvesting machine by adjusting speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head or depth of digging blades according to type, height, weight and condition of crop being harvested, and contour of terrain. Attaches towed or mounted-type harvesting machine to tractor using hand tools or drives self-propelled harvesting machine to cut, pull up, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag or bundle crops. \n \nWorkers will perform irrigation activities, including setting up and moving irrigation pipes and equipment. \n\nWorkers who perform spraying must complete all Worker Protection Standard training necessary to comply with national regulations regarding the safe application of pesticides. After completion of the WPS training, or under the supervision of a certified pesticide applicator, workers will mix and apply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers or other crop enhancing/protecting sprays as deemed necessary by management.\n \nWhile the workers main duties are associated with operation of the potato growing equipment, workers will also be required to perform routine maintenance on the equipment, as well. Examines and listens to machines, motors, gasoline and diesel engines and equipment for operational defects and dismantles defective units, using hand-tools. Repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and shop tools. Workers will replace components, such as carburetors, fuel pumps, generators, ignition points and spark plugs. Reassembles, adjusts and lubricates machines and equipment to ensure efficient operation. May install and repair wiring and motors to maintain farm electrical system.
Crops/Commodities: \npotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience driving/servicing 10-wheel, straight-frame field trucks. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience. Workers must be able to perform all duties with accuracy and efficiency. \n\nWorker will drive 10-wheel, straight-frame field truck to/from specified destinations within area of intended employment; maneuver trucks into and out of loading and unloading positions. Operator will perform duties in both on-road (paved) and off-road conditions. Worker must possess the ability to successfully operate in rough and adverse off-road conditions and ability to drive truck underneath the harvester boom safely, as instructed by the harvester operator. Worker must possess the ability to read a map, understand directions, use GPS and successfully navigate to a specific location; regularly climb up and down, on, into and out of truck; complete pre-trip and post-trip inspection and paperwork on trucks; perform all preventive maintenance duties to assigned fleet vehicle, as well as assist with reactive maintenance on assigned fleet vehicle. Operator is responsible for daily, weekly and monthly surface and deep cleanings of assigned fleet vehicle, including exterior, chassis, engine area and cargo carrying box. Worker may also operate pull tractor and tillage implements; and will operate hosteling truck to jockey trailers from loading lines for filling and weighing purposes. \n\nEmployer requires that a successful applicant possess a valid driver's license , or equivalent, as a condition of employment. Workers must maintain a valid driver's license and a clean driving record throughout employment and comply with applicable requirements of the United States Department of Transportation regulations. A clean driving record has no disqualifying factors under applicable law or under employer's motor vehicle insurance policy. Examples of disqualifying factors include, but are not limited to, conviction for driving under the influence, driving while impaired or the occurrence of a serious at-fault accident. \n\nMust be able to complete, with supervisor's assistance, employer's and USDOT-mandated forms, including work, field, vehicle inspection and mileage records in English and perform basic arithmetic calculations as required. Drivers will be responsible for execution of all daily pre-trip and post-trip inspection and paperwork on trucks and will be responsible for ensuring trucks are “fit for duty” at all times. Drivers will maintain all maintenance records, and will be responsible for completing a weekly timesheet “timecard” and submitting to the Farm Manager. \n\n \nAs required by law, employer complies with all applicable laws and regulations related to motor carrier safety, including those promulgated by the United States Department of Transportation. Using the services of a third party, employer uniformly conducts a motor vehicle records check as part of the hiring process. The motor vehicle records check assesses whether the applicant has a clean driving record and whether he is legally entitled to operate motor vehicles in the United States.\n\nService machinery, trucks. Make in-field repairs. Service/repairs includes but is not limited to: lubricating grease points; inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance; removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. \n\nWorker must be able to repeatedly push, pull, lift and/or carry up to 60 lbs.
August-November: Preg check cows on grass, maintain pends by box scraping and hauling manure out and make repairs to fences and corrals; pack and cover feed with plastic and tires, wean calves off of the cows, work cattle, clean waters, pull the right number of cattle from the pens that are ready to be shipped and bring them to the loadout, remove manure; wean calves, build electric fence around corn stalks for cows to be moved onto for grazing, ship cattle, receive and pen new cattle coming in; continue to wean calves, build electric fence, and move cows off grass, ship cattle, scrape pens and move manure; December-March: work cattle, move cattle between pens, scrape and clean pens, move manure, break ice on water tanks and ponds as needed, receive and pen new cattle coming in; move cows between pens and work cows, scrape and clean pens, and move manure as needed, break ice on water tanks and ponds as needed, and receive and pen new cattle coming in, calve first time heifers and cows; calve out cows including checking them several times a day, tagging new calves, and helping any cows that are in need of help while calving; mix feed and haul feed to cows; monitor any cows that have not calved yet, check the cows and calf pairs, finish late calving and deal with lingering cold weather; April-May: remove temporary fencing, sell yearling calves, move cows and newborn calves to grass pasture for grazing during peak forage production.
Participate in a variety of horticultural activities in production/care of produce, i.e. plant, weed, spray, harvest, clean produce, etc. Prepare produce for market. Operate tractor to cultivate soil. General maintenance of farm buildings/facilities/grounds. Non smoking/drinking/drug environment.
Crops/Commodities: Fertilizer application, drive trucks and operate heavy duty farm equipment to apply fertilizer and crop chemicals to fields. Operate equipment to agitate and transfer fertilizer in storage tanks and bins. Loading and unloading of grain and agronomy products. Apply fertilizer and crop chemicals in field in safe and efficient manner via spray equipment and trucks. Monitor high pressure hose and pump engines while fertilizer is transferred from tanks to farms via truck in field. Workers could drive tractors and operate designated towing machines (trucks, pick-ups) for operation if equipment such as fertilizer tanks, application toolbars, to fertilize crops or transfer grain. Workers may also haul fertilizer and water via tankers from farm to field or tank farm (warehouse) to field. Use power equipment including but not limited to tractors of various horsepower, mowers, plows, UTV. Seed operations; operation of seed handling equipment, load seed tenders & delivery of seed. Soil Sampling: soil collection, safely operate ATV, probe soil in producer’s fields, bag soil & deliver soil to CVA location. Service farm machinery, pump engines, trucks and trailers make in-field repairs. service/repairs includes but is not limited to: fueling, changing filters, inspecting for wear and or failure, lubricating grease points, inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance, removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. Welding and metal fabrication to repair equipment or create equipment also applicable. Move farm equipment sprayers and drive trucks between worksites. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with building field maintenance and repairs. All workers will be responsible for picking up trash, cleaning equipment, mowing grass, delivering and receiving goods and supplies, sweeping floors and other farm sanitation duties. Power wash or rinse out/off fertilizer application equipment between work sites and after worksite job completion. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 50 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must obey all safety rules and basic instructions and be able to recognize, understand and comply with safety, pesticide warning/re-entry and other essential postings. Employer will instruct workers in the safety and operation of equipment before use. Workers must operate equipment in a manner that protects operator, visitors, other workers, products, trees, crops and equipment. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. All machinery and equipment to be cleaned after use. Employer may provide pay increases for performance and experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Crops/Commodities: \nPotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience performing duties associated with operating and performing routine maintenance on GPS equipped potato farming equipment and/or 12 months of verifiable experience repairing and maintaining electrical systems and hardware of pivots. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience.\n\nDriving tractors, sprayers and planters, will plant, spray, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, sprayers, Bottom Switch plows, Grimme planters, Windrowers, line equipment with holding tanks, dry brushers, grading tables, harvesters, pumps, tilling equipment, trucks, holding tanks, case-loaders, pivots, pilers, windrowers, Dammer Dykes (cultivators) and other mechanized, electrically powered or motor-driven equipment, on farms or in farm equipment repair shops. Workers will operate the farm machinery, equipment and vehicles. Workers will be instructed in the safety and operation of the equipment before driving the equipment. Workers will be expected to be able to operate equipment, with or without direction, in a manner that protects the operator, visitors, other employees, crops, trees, facilities and equipment. Failure to comply with operating and safety standards may result in termination. This is a very demanding and competitive business in which quality specifications must be rigorously adhered to. The equipment workers will be operating and maintaining is expensive and dangerous. Workers are expected to follow the employer's requests to not only prevent damage to the equipment, but to also prevent injuries to workers. Any equipment damaged by a worker's failure to follow instructions or damaged due to malice will be charged to the worker. \n \nWorkers may hitch soil conditioning implements, such as plow or harrow to tractor, and operate tractor and towed implement to furrow and grade soil. Workers will drive tractors and operate designated towed machines, such as drill or manure spreader, to plant, fertilize, dust and spray crops. Prepares harvesting machine by adjusting speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head or depth of digging blades according to type, height, weight and condition of crop being harvested, and contour of terrain. Attaches towed or mounted-type harvesting machine to tractor using hand tools or drives self-propelled harvesting machine to cut, pull up, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag or bundle crops. \n \nWorkers will perform irrigation activities, including setting up and moving irrigation pipes and equipment. \n\nWorkers who perform spraying must complete all Worker Protection Standard training necessary to comply with national regulations regarding the safe application of pesticides. After completion of the WPS training, or under the supervision of a certified pesticide applicator, workers will mix and apply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers or other crop enhancing/protecting sprays as deemed necessary by management.\n \nWhile the workers main duties are associated with operation of the potato growing equipment, workers will also be required to perform routine maintenance on the equipment, as well. Examines and listens to machines, motors, gasoline and diesel engines and equipment for operational defects and dismantles defective units, using hand-tools. Repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and shop tools. Workers will replace components, such as carburetors, fuel pumps, generators, ignition points and spark plugs. Reassembles, adjusts and lubricates machines and equipment to ensure efficient operation. May install and repair wiring and motors to maintain farm electrical system.
SET, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN ALL FARMING EQUIPMENT TO HARVEST AND HAUL CROPS. RUN TRACTORS TO SPRAY CROPS AND RUN SILAGE CUTTER. ASSIST WITH ALL CATTLE DUTIES SUCH AS FILLING BARNS, FEEDING AND VACCINATING. GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND SANITIZING OF PLANT, FENCING AND EQUIPMENT. DRIVER'S LICENSE PREFERRED.
Winter pruning apple and peach trees, hand thinning apple and peaches. Operating tractors, spray equipment, and orchard mowers. Spraying fruit trees, berries, and pumpkins. Weed removal in orchard. Building fence and trellis in and around orchard. Picking apples, peaches, berries, and pumpkins. Working in pack house to process fruit. Must be able to lift 50lbs. Most of the work is outdoor in all types of weather. \n\nCrops: apples, peaches, black berries, pumpkins
Drive trucks and tractors to perform animal and crop raising duties. Harvest grain crops, monitor irrigation, repair equipment. Deliver grain to feed mill. Maintain rock barriers around barns, remove liquid residue from drainage pits and haul to liquid spreaders, repair/prepare barn curtains for winter. Exposure to extreme temp, repetitive movements, extensive pushing, pulling walking and frequent stooping Clean MVR, Speak/understand English, valid driver's license, must obtain PQA+ certification in 90 days Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs frequently
Measure and layout livestock building. Mix, pour, or spread concrete, using portable cement mixer. Tend pumps, compressors, or generators to provide power for tools, machinery or equipment. Position and dismantle forms for pouring concrete, using saws, hammers, nails, or bolts. Smooth and finish freshly poured cement or concrete, using floats, trowels, screeds, or powered cement finishing tools. Operate jackhammers or drills to break up concrete or pavement. Position, join, align, or seal structural components, such as concrete wall section or pipes. Tie rebar, position aluminum wall-forms and place all concrete. Clean Jobsite. Must be able to lift and carry 75lbs/75yds. One month of aluminum wall-form setting experience required.\n
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Maintain irrigation systems. \n\nEquipment: JD 770 & 670 Combines with 40 ft JD Flex drapers, 8430 JD Tractors, JD R4038 Sprayer, JD swather & baler, late 90's 379HXD Peterbilt semis, JD drill & planter, other various tillage equipment\n\nCrops: Corn, Prairie Hay, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
Performs duties like: Drive and operate farm machinery to plant, spray, cultivate, harvest and store crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive semi's to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Operate New Holland FWA tractors for Wheat, Sorghum, Cotton, Alfalfa, Grass Hay. We will also be swathing, raking, and baling alfalfa hay mostly throughout the summer. We do have a small number of acres that we chisel and disc early and late summer. During the spring we strip till with a Versatile 450DT and 24row strip till right ahead of our spring crops. During the fall we shred cotton stalks with mowers after harvest. Tractors will be attached to the following equipment: John Deere 1890/1910 air seeder, John Deere 1770NT 24 row planter, Great Plains 40' drill, Brent 880 grain cart, New Holland 560 round baler, Hesston 4x4x8 square baler, Massey1841 Little square baler, Landoll VT, bush hogs, Rowse hay rake. For harvest we have a New Holland CR9070 combine and two John Deere CS690 cotton strippers. We harvest wheat in the summer and milo and cotton in the fall. Throughout the season, general maintenance and repairs will be needed on all equipment including semis, trailers, pickups. General daily maintenance of greasing, fueling, blowing machines off, and repairing as needed in the field. We will need help hauling grain from field to the elevator, and cotton from field to our gin. Generally, we swath, rake, and bale hay 4-5 times throughout the summer around 24-28 days between cuttings. General farm and ranch duties will be performed daily which include transporting supplies and equipment behind pickups and semis. Fixing fences or corrals if needed.\nEquipment: Tractors, combine, cotton stripper, semi-tractors & trailers hauling grain, cattle and hay; sprayers, feed truck, ATV's, UTV's, Planting and seeding equipment, skid steers, high loaders, swathers, balers, mowers, power washers, forklifts.\nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Cotton, Hay, Milo, Rye, Sorghum, Winter Wheat
We have a large farming operation that is need of help prepping field, handling grain (corn and soybeans), and manually picking up rocks and weeding fields. Duties include running a scoop shovel, throwing rocks into a bucket, and hoeing weeds out of fields. Employees will assist with field prep duties to prepare the fields for the spring planting. Rocks need to be picked before we can put the planter in the fields. Employees will need to assist with loading trucks. Long hours of outdoor manual farm labor is required.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops; machinery maintenance, and repair; grain handling, hauling farm commodities; minor construction projects; mowing; and other miscellaneous duties assigned. Operate/repair irrigation equipment.\nCrops: corn, wheat, milo, oats
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Silage, Sorghum, Wheat \nEquipment: Tractors Truck Swather
Participate in a variety of horticultural activities in production/care of produce, i.e. plant, weed, spray, harvest, clean produce, etc. Prepare produce for market. Operate tractor to cultivate soil. General maintenance of farm buildings/facilities/grounds. Non smoking/drinking/drug environment.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, hay, silage, corn, soybeans, milo; assisting with weaning and processing calves; preparing wheat acres for cattle; checking and repairing fences; pulling cattle off wheat; sorting cattle to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for swathing, raking, baling, stacker trucks. Machinery maintenance and repair. Haul bales/farm commodities. Minor construction projects, keeping farm clean/organized. Other miscellaneous duties assigned.\nCrops: alfalfa, hay, wheat, triticale feed, CRP grass, sudan grass, broam grass
PLEASE NOTE - TRUE DATE OF NEED IS 6/16 - 3/31. \nBy the middle of June all livestock is on the range. We own 7000 acres of privately owned ranch land. Animals are moved weekly to different areas on the range. Range feeding extends from mid-June to April, when we slow down the animal movement to prepare for parturition (kidding) season.\n\nThe Open Range Livestock Herder will be required to be On-Call 24/7 and live on the range more than 50% of the time. Range Duties include: Attends livestock that is grazing on range or pasture. Herds livestock and rounds up strays using trained dogs. Takes down and sets up of portable electric fencing and also working corrals. Beds down livestock near evening campsite and within night pen. Guards Livestock from predatory animals with the help of livestock guardian dogs, and from eating poisonous plants. Drenches sheep. May examine livestock for signs of illness and administer vaccines, medications and insecticides according to instruction. May perform other farm or ranch chores related to the production and husbandry of livestock on an incidental basis. May sort and cut culls. May feed livestock supplementary rations. May be able to ride and handle horses in a manner to assure the safety of the worker, co-workers and livestock. Employee must be willing to perform tasks capably and efficiently without close supervision, and live and work singly or in small groups of workers in isolated areas for extended periods of time. The job will entail operating a 4-wheeler for movement of livestock. Worker must be able to lift and carry items weighing up to 100 pounds. Most duties are performed out-of-doors and entail exposure to extreme heat and cold; dust, rain, snow, and wind; and herding hazards; poisonous snakes and predators common in range lands. General supervision will be provided by the ranch owner.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery some of which is equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, cotton, soybeans, milo, wheat; performing tillage with articulated and mechanical front loaders; operating seed equipment like planter or air seeder with application technologies; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; maintenance of equipment including cleaning; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Perform tasks involving physical labor at construction sites. May operate hand and power tools of all types: Air hammers, earth tampers, cement mixers, small mechanical hoists, surveying and measuring equipment, and a variety of other equipment and instruments. May clean and prepare site, sig trenches, set braces to support the sides of excavations, erect scaffolding, and clean up rubble, debris, and other waste materials. May assist other craft workers. Workers will build agriculture buildings such as pig barns, grain elevators and pole barns. Employees will be traveling to the jobsites throughout the area of intended employment. Due to dense populations in Kansas, this type of travel is customary. Workers will only build agriculture buildings on a farm for a farmer, which is considered secondary agriculture and meets the requirements for H-2A workers.
Operate farming equipment in order to plant, fertilize, harvest, deliver and re-plant freshly-grown turf sod at a turf sod farming operation. Plant, fertilize, mow and care for turf sod during the initial growing stages. Drive forklift to stack pallets and tubes for harvesting. Harvest and deliver turf sod to various re-planting locations using CDL class trucks. Re-plant turf sod on public or private property in a manner that ensures continued growth as the final and most important stage of sod farming. Perform basic farm duties such as servicing equipment, post-harvest field clean-up, and general facility upkeep/maintenance. \n\n
Crops/Commodities: \nN/A. \nInstall and/or replace hay/silage tarps, livestock shade cloths, and covers in feed yards and other farm locations. Load/unload, lift, carry, and fold/unfold tarps. Cover agricultural products and/or livestock with tarps and covers. Use top straps to secure tarps from wind. Use draw straps, ropes, and/or buckle assemblies to secure the tarp to stacks. Work must be performed carefully to prevent harm to products or animals. All tarps and covers must be secured properly to prevent weather damage.\n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when fields are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. Workers must be able to handle, lift, and carry heavy or bulky objects (product, containers) in accordance with the specified lifting requirements. \n\nEmployer-paid post-hire random, upon suspicion, and post-accident drug testing required. \n\nSupervisor(s) will provide instructions and directions to workers. Workers must be able to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively to supervisors. Unusual, complex or non-routine activities will be supervised. Workers expected to perform basic duties in a proficient manner without close supervision. \nEmployer attests that it has sent (or will promptly send) original surety bond to CNPC. \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker’s Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \n \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a five-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker’s performance fails to satisfy the employer’s reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the five day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer’s recruitment period. Job abandonment will be deemed to occur after five consecutive workdays of unexcused absences. Workers may not report for work under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Crops/Commodities: \nInstall and/or replace hay/silage tarps, livestock shade cloths, and covers in feed yards and other farm locations. Load/unload, lift, carry, and fold/unfold tarps. Cover agricultural products and/or livestock with tarps and covers. Use top straps to secure tarps from wind. Use draw straps, ropes, and/or buckle assemblies to secure the tarp to stacks. Work must be performed carefully to prevent harm to products or animals. All tarps and covers must be secured properly to prevent weather damage.\n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when fields are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. Workers must be able to handle, lift, and carry heavy or bulky objects (product, containers) in accordance with the specified lifting requirements. \n\nEmployer-paid post-hire random, upon suspicion, and post-accident drug testing required. \n\nSupervisor(s) will provide instructions and directions to workers. Workers must be able to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively to supervisors. Unusual, complex or non-routine activities will be supervised. Workers expected to perform basic duties in a proficient manner without close supervision. \nEmployer attests that it has sent (or will promptly send) original surety bond to CNPC. \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker’s Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \n \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a five-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker’s performance fails to satisfy the employer’s reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the five day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer’s recruitment period. Job abandonment will be deemed to occur after five consecutive workdays of unexcused absences. Workers may not report for work under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Farming/Harvesting: Helping prepare for and aid in wheat harvest through various activities of driving grain cart, combine, or trucks to haul grain from the fields. Helping with silage harvest by driving a silage truck/trailer to deliver silage from the field to silage pits. Helping with corn and milo harvest by driving grain cart, combine or\ntrucks to haul grain from the fields to storage sites.\nOperating irrigation to alfalfa patch, helping cut, rake, bale and move alfalfa.\n\n30 minute lunch break offered\nCrops: wheat, corn silage, corn, milo
Assist with custom harvest operation. Operate a variety of machinery, i.e. combines, grain carts, trucks. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck/pick up to haul machines/campers between work sites. Service, clean machinery and make in-field repairs. \nCrops: wheat, barley
Performs duties like: Drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Property maintenance, mowing, cleaning and repairs. Assist with irrigation operations, repairs and preventive maintenance.\n\nCrops: Corn, Cotton, Milo, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Mow, rake, bale, and transport forage crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nEquipment: We use late model John Deere equipment with all available technology, and also semi trucks to haul grain.\nCrops: Corn, Hay, Milo, Prairie Hay, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, milo; operating and maintenance of irrigation systems; grain bin and auger operation; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; assist with cattle on grass pasture, administer medicine, water, maintain pasture, wean calves, sort calves to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between worksite locations.
Operates self propelled custom class harvesting machine to harvest a variety of grain and oil seed crops. Adjust speed of cutter, blowers, and conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transport truck to haul harvesting machinery between worksites. Drives pick up trucks to pull camper and header trailers between worksites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs.
On farms, measure and layout livestock building. Excavate footings and level the earth to grade specifications. Tie rebar, position aluminum wall forms, and place concrete. Unload materials lay out lumber and steel, tin sheets, trusses, and other components for building livestock confinement structures. Build and erect walls and trusses. Lift tin sheets to roof and sheet walls, install doors, and caulk structure. Install and repair feeders, feed tanks and help assemble feed lines. Repair and install curtains and gates. Clean up job sites. Occasional use of forklift upon employer provided certification.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, canola, soybeans, milo, corn; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck with manual transmission to transport crops to elevator or storage area; drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
On farms, the Crane Operator is responsible for operating a mobile crane to lift, move position, and reposition loads. The Operator will move materials to various locations in a safe and effective manner on Livestock confinements facilities. The Operator controls crane functions by depressing buttons and foot pedals as well as manipulating levers simultaneously. The Operator will be required to unload crane accessories, including but not limited to outrigger pads, chain fall, rigging gear, and safety devices from trailers or support vehicles as well as transport the crane to and from jobsites. The Operator will be required to perform daily safety checks to ensure equipment is in safe operating condition. Onsite at the farm, the crane operator may also be required to use a forklift and will follow related safety regulations, contract requirements, company policies, and operating procedures. CDL Class A and crane certification are not required. The employer is willing to pay for these certifications for willing applicants. Three months of experience operating a telescopic truck-mounted crane. OSHA-approved rigging certification is a plus. Must be able to lift and carry 50lbs/75yds. Workers must be able to tolerate the strong smell of manure.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machine to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutter, blowers, and conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machine between worksites. Drives pick up truck to pulling camper and header trailers between worksites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. Must have valid driver's license. Must produce and furnish to employer a current MVR showing an acceptable driving record. A minimum of three (3) months of experience required. Employment Reference. Basic literacy and basic arithmetic also required. Extensive Sitting, Exposure to extreme temperatures, 60 lb lifting requirement, post hire Employer paid post hire drug test required. Employer will provide to employee the use of Tools, Supplies, Equipment and 2-way radio & Cell phone communication required to perform the work will be supplied to the Employee free of charge.
Operate harvesting machines to harvest crops. Adjust speed of cutters and weight of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Service machinery and make in-field repairs.\nCrops: wheat, peas, barley, milo, beans, corn, canola
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as soybeans, corn, wheat; grain bin and auger operation; walking fields pulling off type weeds; drive grain cart; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, milo, rye; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; assisting with calving baby calves from mother cows and heifers; processing calves on a seasonal basis; loading and delivering feed to calves; weaning calves; sorting and loading livestock to be taken to market and sold; assisting with cattle grazing on winter rye; break ice in stock tanks during winter months; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Prepare pastures. Repair and build new fencing. Load and unload cattle. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures. Medicate, vaccinate and treat for seasonal sicknesses. Check on livestock and water accessibility in pastures daily. Prepare fields for planting. Pick rocks and operate tractors to till the soil. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, harvest and haul grain, soybean and foraging crops. Service and repair farming equipment. General farm related duties such as winterizing farming equipment, facility maintenance and shop work. Move cattle from pasturelands back into winter facilities at the end of the farming season.\n\n\n
Job duties include covering silage piles with black and white plastic; putting tires over the plastic used as weight to hold down plastic; and covering stacks of bales with tarp at the locations listed in the itinerary. Duties will also include manual labor such as walking, picking up tires, climbing ladders, and pulling plastic over piles. Employees must have 3 months of experience and basic English literacy, reading, and math skills. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Crops/Commodities: wheat, soybeans, corn, prairie hay, brome, cattle work in fields. Perform manual and machine tasks associated with grain and forage crops production. Plant, cultivate and harvest crops. Mow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Use power equipment including but not limited to: tractors, planters, mowers, plows, sprayers, cultivators, ATVs, power shears, chain saws, high lifts, fork lifts, skid loaders. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and forage crops. Adjust speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. Service machinery, trucks and trailers. Make in-field repairs. Service/repairs includes but is not limited to: lubricating grease points; inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance; removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. Haul on-farm and over roads. Drive heavy trucks/trailers to transport crop to elevator, storage, or other location. Haul harvest machines between worksites. Haul and transfer grain to/between grain store(s). Transfer bulk agricultural products between facilities. Must be able to operate, maintain and repair agricultural equipment with or without direction. Examines animals for diseases and injuries. Assist with livestock vaccination. Apply routine medications. Tend to cuts and bruises. Spray livestock with insecticide. Assist with livestock castration. Clips, brand, or tag animals. Perform general herd care. Transport livestock. Clear debris from field and clean/maintain farm buildings, structures, equipment, and work areas. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences. Work is done in the field for long periods of time. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 75 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. Work required in fields when plants are wet with dew and rain, and may be required during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours can range from 10 to over 100 degrees F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a workers ability to perform the job. Workers should be able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. Employer reserves the right to require random drug screening of employees at the employer’s expense. Applicants found to be under the influence of drugs and are unable to provide documentation from a medical professional, will be immediately terminated out of concern for workplace safety, and paid for all hours worked between the first date of employment and the date of termination, if any. In the case of a foreign worker who is terminated for cause resulting from findings of the drug screen, the employer will arrange least-cost transportation to the worker's place of recruitment, at the worker's expense. Proper work attire is required. No personal cell phone usage on the job. Cell phone use should be limited to contact with the supervisor and other employees as necessary to perform job duties.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, triticale, corn, alfalfa, sorghum, soybeans; adjust settings of harvesting machinery; operate pack tractor, load crops into trucks, drive truck to transport crops to storage area; drives harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Perform various field work duties involved in the production of various plants/ produce. Plant, transplant, weed, thin, hoe, harvest, maintain, and other required tasks. Sort, wash, pack, prepare crops for storing and shipping. Transport, deliver crops from field to farm and/or retail stand. Cut brush and other vegetation in and around fields, buildings, and equipment. Operate, load, maintain, unload trucks, tractors and other farm vehicles, implements and trailers. Will set up, maintain, and operate varied irrigation equipment. Construct and/or perform repairs and maintenance on farm worker housing and structures. 60-minute meal break.\n\nCrops: Various vegetables
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We swath and bale alfalfa, brome, side oats, big bluestem, little blue stem, Indian grass and prairie hay. There will be countless hours running a swather, rake and baler (round and square balers) during our hay making season which starts in April and ends in December. We produce hay for our own cattle herd. We need employees to assist with our hay productions season. Employees will need to stack hay including small square bales onto trailers and into barns. Employees will also need to load, unload and haul bales to storage. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. \n\n***Please note that for all future application we will be adjusting our starting date to April 15 to cover our entire crop season starting with the first mowing in the spring.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery such as tractor, combine, cotton stripper, truck, tree removal equipment, sprayer equipped with GPS and other electronic equipment used in precision agriculture for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans, cotton, milo, hay and wheat; walking fields pulling off-type weeds; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; servicing, repairing, maintaining farm equipment; haul grain from field to elevator; mowing; swathing, baling, and stacking hay; cutting and removing trees and hauling to dump site; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a cash grain farm as well as do custom grain harvesting. We need employees to assist with planting, cultivating, spraying and harvesting of crops as well as assist with custom harvesting. We need an employee to drive tractor, truck, sprayer and combine. Must be able to complete routine and general maintenance and repairs on equipment.
Attend to cattle. Duties may include feeding, watering, herding, grazing, branding, catching and loading, hauling manure and hauling feed. Inspect, maintain and repair equipment, machinery, buildings, pens, yards and fences. May maintain records on cattle; examine cattle to detect diseases or injuries; assist in calving; administer medications, vaccinations or insecticides as appropriate. Drive trucks, tractors and other equipment to haul feed.
Calve out calves during the calving season. Medicate, vaccinate and treat for seasonal sicknesses. Prepare pastures. Repair and build new fencing. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures. Check on livestock and water accessibility in pastures daily. Prepare fields for planting. Pick rocks and operate tractors to till the soil. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, harvest and haul small grain crops. Bale wheat stubble. Service and repair farming equipment. General farm related duties such as winterizing farming equipment, facility maintenance and shop work. Transport cattle to sale barn. Move cattle from pasturelands back into winter facilities at the end of the farming season.
Assist with goat kidding in the springtime. Medicate, vaccinate and treat for seasonal sicknesses. Move goats to and from summer grazing pastures. Prepare fields for planting. Pick rocks and operate tractors to till the soil. Set-up, maintain and repair pivot irrigation systems. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, harvest and haul grain and soybean crops. Service and repair farming equipment. General farm related duties such as fencing, facility maintenance and shop work. Winterize facilities and all farming equipment at the end of the growing season.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of hay crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; operate swathers, rakes, balers; drives truck to transport crops to storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops such as corn, milo, soybeans and wheat. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Equipment: John Deere R Series Tractors, Volvo Payloaders, International & Kenworth semi-trucks, Roto-Mix feed mixers/wagons\nCrops: Corn, Grain, Milo, Soybeans, Wheat\nEquipment: John Deere R Series Tractors, Volvo Payloaders, International & Kenworth semi-trucks, Roto-Mix feed mixers/wagons
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as silage, corn, wheat, milo; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; assisting with vaccinating, supplementing and feeding of cows and calves; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; sorting calves to be taken to market; grain bin, auger operation; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, spray, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Spray pesticides and fertilizers, including calculating and mixing pesticides to be sprayed. Operate and maintenance of irrigation systems. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine or grain cart. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery.\nCrops: Corn, Soy Beans\nEquipment: Hagie STS 16 Sprayer, John Deere S680 Combine, John Deere 9870 Combine, 640 Flex Drapper Head, John Deere 612C Corn Head, John Deere 8345R Tractor, John Deere 9520 Tractor, John Deere 7210 Tractor, John Deere 8320R Tractor, Brent 1082 Grain Cart, John Deere 1790 Planter, John Deere 1770 Planter, 2000 Peterbilt Semi Truck, 1993 Freightliner semi truck, 1999 Peterbilt Semi Truck, 2010 Wilson Grain Trailer, 2009 Wilson Grain Trailer, 2004 Merrit Grain Trailer, 8103 Terragator Dry Fertilizer Spreader, Great Plains 3000 Turbo Max, 1995 Freightliner Tender Truck, John Deere 4430 Loader Tractor
Operates self-propelled, high horsepower harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, soybeans, canola, milo, peas; adjusts speed and settings of machinery using hand, pneumatic, and electric tools to make changes for appropriate crops; drives semi to transport crops from field to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; smoking is prohibited in employer provided vehicles and machinery, in employer provided housing, at employer controlled worksites, and in growers' fields; driving farm vehicle including to and from CDL licensing facility; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite; work performed on employer controlled/operated worksites only may include general maintenance and cleanup of worksite, equipment, and grounds, use of self propelled equipment and hand tools to perform duties, cutting and trimming trees and grass, fixing fence.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat, hay, silage, soybeans; cleaning and maintaining shop, machinery, and equipment; mowing farmstead, bin site, and field edges; spraying crops; tender parts, supplies, seed, fuel, inputs; deliver grain to elevator or bin site; service and operate irrigation equipment for watering crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
On farms, measure and layout livestock building. Excavate footings and level the earth to grade specifications. Tie rebar, position aluminum wall forms, and place concrete. Unload materials lay out lumber and steel, tin sheets, trusses, and other components for building livestock confinement structures. Build and erect walls and trusses. Lift tin sheets to roof and sheet walls, install doors, and caulk structure. Install and repair feeders, feed tanks and help assemble feed lines. Repair and install curtains and gates. Clean up job sites. Occasional use of forklift upon employer provided certification.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Operate, maintain and repair pivot irrigation systems.\nEquipment: Tractor, combine, trucks, pivot irrigation systems Crops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Triticale, Wheat
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat, hay. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport produce to storage area. Drives harvesting machines between worksites. Services machinery, and makes in field repairs. Driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various farm equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Maintain flood and sprinkler irrigation systems. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. This job involves manual labor, lifting, carrying, long days in the heat. Rain days are typically spent in the shop repairing equipment and preparing for the next days’ work. Must be able to operate a tractor with GPS system.\nCrops: wheat, corn, soybeans\n\n30 minute lunch break offered
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport produce to storage area; drives harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a family farm where we farm corn soybeans milo and wheat, also keep around 1000 head of feeder cattle on our farm. Employees will need to assist with our crops season and complete all aspects of raising these crops. On our own farm we have a wide variety of job opportunities that require workers with considerable skills and willingness to work. Employees will need to assist with fence building/repair, cutting down trees and other general farm duties. Employees will need to operate farm equipment to plant, spray, harvest and haul crops. Equipment includes grain cart, combine, tractor, loader and harvesting equipment. \n\nIn addition, we operate a custom harvest business where we harvest wheat in Oklahoma, Kansas, South Dakota, and North Dakota. Fall harvest of corn soybeans and milo occurs mostly around our home base. When doing custom harvesting employees will need to operate a combine to combine for the clients listed on the application. \n\nEmployees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment including change oil, grease, repairs, change tires, welding, etc. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. \n\n***Please note for future years our starting date will be March 15 to cover our entire crop season. This is the earliest date available for 2022.
Operates self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs.
We operate a custom harvest, perishable seasonal farmers crops: wheat, barley, milo, beans, peas, corn, millet, etc. Mechanical work, preparation of machinery for harvest, routine maintenance and repair during harvest and post-harvest machinery cleaning, shop/tool preparation, maintaining all the equipment throughout the harvest run. Operate harvest combine machinery, drive 18-speed semi-trucks and various stand vehicles. Completing and turning in log book paperwork for truck driving as required by law. Haul equipment between work sites, haul grain to storage locations/grain bins. Complete routine maintenance on trucks, combines and other farm equipment. Complete all other routine custom harvest job duties.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Operate a pull type grader or pull type belt terracer to maintain terraces on crop land. Spread manure fertilizer to top dress cropland. Operate a round baler. Operate swather to windrow crops. Repair fencing around crops. Spot spray bindweed with ATV. Operate mowers, large and small, to maintain and control weeds around fields, grain bin sites, and equipment sites. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Equipment: Case Combines, Semi-tractor trailers, grain carts, 4 wheel drive tractors, 50' tillage equipment, JD sprayer, (2) 40' grain drills, self-propelled swather, round balers, Pay loader, skid steer loader, pull type grader, pull type terracer, mowers and miscellaneous smaller farm equipment.
Workers will use equipment to plant, cultivate and harvest wheat, milo, corn, soybeans, and alfalfa, apply fertilizers, tillage, raking, swathing, bailing, and stacking crops. Workers will drive Semi's to haul grain, hay and sprayers. Drug testing will be performed upon incidence, accident or suspicion, at the employers expense. Failure or refusal of a drug test is grounds for immediate termination. Workers must be able to lift 50 lbs and have at least 3 months of experience operating grain farming equipment. CDL experience is a plus.
Clawson Ranch Partnership is a diversified dryland and irrigated farm. Crops grown include corn, soybeans, milo, wheat, cotton and hay (sudangrass). Employees will need to plant, spray and harvest crop. Job duties will include all aspects of farming which includes tractor driving, pulling various implements like a fertilizer rig, or a planter, irrigation sprinkler maintenance and repair, maintenance and repair of other equipment. Will need to utilize computer monitors in the farming equipment, transporting diesel, seed and chemicals. Complete other routine farm duties. Must have experience operating and maintaining center pivot irrigation systems. Previous experience operating large tractors and heavy-duty farm equipment.
We farm 5000 acres of corn, wheat, soybeans, and grain sorghum. Acres and crops are split between irrigated and dry land. 5 wells pump water to 11 sprinklers. We run modern John Deere equipment equipped with GPS and auto steer. We do all of our own herbicide application and harvest our own crops. We maintain a hundred head cow herd. Cows are shipped to Colorado to run on grass May 1 and return home November 1. Cows are being cared for by an outside source while they are in Colorado. Calving season runs from February 1 through April 15. Employee will need to assist with calving and cattle care during this period while cattle are confined and calving only. No cattle duties will be needed after this period. We need seasonal employee to assist with all aspects of this farming operation. Employee will need to service and maintain irrigation equipment. Keep sprinklers running and nozzles clear of debris. Service and maintain tractors, sprayer, combine, planter, and all other farm equipment. Help with harvest duties. Combine operator, grain cart driver or truck driver. Planting, fertilizing, and general field work. Workshop duties and maintaining farm headquarters premises will also be required. Employee will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. \n\n***Please note for future years our starting date will be February 1 to cover our entire crop and calving season. This is the earliest date available for 2022.
Job requires operating, maintaining, and repair of silage harvesting equipment and trucks, changing cutting attachments including headers and kernel processor. Employee will assist with loading, unloading, and setting up silage bags and must be able to lift 75lbs. Additionally, the job includes general farm labor including but not limited to: welding, fence building, and sorting/working cattle. Employees will be working with cattle and performing general farm labor only when located at the employer's personal worksite address listed on the itinerary and will strictly custom harvesting activities only at the other locations listed on the itinerary. Applicant must have 6 months experience and must have or be able to obtain a CDL. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Employee will assist with harvesting and hauling of commodities. Drives trucks to haul agricultural commodities to management locations and grain elevators until November. Employees will be required to do routine maintenance and clean equipment after use.
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements, sprayers, combines, and semi-trucks to till soil; prepare and manage land; and plant, fertilize, harvest and transport crops to elevator or storage area. Job will also require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on equipment; regularly cleaning and servicing equipment; performing manual labor around the farm such as using hand tools in fields, cleaning and maintaining farm shop areas; and tending to livestock. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Operating large farm equipment and primarily John Deere and Case IH machinery equipped with Trimble and JD GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, cotton, soybeans, canola, wheat, milo; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; operating cotton stripper; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; shoveling grain by hand; assisting with operation and maintenance of irrigation systems; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Assist with custom harvest operation. Operate a variety of machinery, i.e. combines, grain carts and Semi-trucks. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Service, clean machinery and make in-field repairs. Employer may pay longevity and performance increases at employer's direction. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer will deduct for willful destruction of property. This includes repairs due to operator/driver negligence of nay form (eg. Creating damage to equipment when operating equipment while on cellphone). No cellphone use will be allowed while operating any equipment.
Operating large equipment and primarily John Deere machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat; drives truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; operating silage choppers, pack silage; move and spread manure on fields as fertilizer; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We have a family operated farm where we grow 4200-acres of soybeans, wheat, corn, and milo with primarily late-model John Deere equipment. Employees will be required to maintain and operate equipment, including semis, tractors, air seeder, planter, sprayer, combines, hay equipment, etc. Employees will need to assist with all aspects of growing these crops including assist with all aspects of planting and harvesting activities. Employees will need to do field maintenance, including fencing and manual weeding / tree removal. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Operate harvesting machines to harvest crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and weight of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. Operator tractor to seed/plant. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. May assign other incidental farm related duties.\nCrops: wheat, barley, peas, lentils, canola, soy beans\n\n30 minute lunch break offered
Crops/Commodities: \nsod. \nPlant, cultivate, and harvest sod. Assist with ground preparation. Prepare soil/growth medium. Dig, rake, and screen soil. Sow grass seed and plant sod plugs. Unroll and place sod. Cut, roll and stack sod. Load/unload sod. Workers may occasionally install product incidental to the agricultural operations.\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\nMow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Bending, stooping and kneeling required. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences.\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\nOutdoor work required when plants are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. Workers must be able to handle, lift, and carry heavy or bulky objects (product, containers) in accordance with the specified lifting requirements. \nWorkers with appropriate licenses and a valid doctor's certificate may transport other workers. \nSupervisor(s) will provide instructions and directions to workers. Workers must be able to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively to supervisors. Unusual, complex or non-routine activities will be supervised. Workers expected to perform basic duties in a proficient manner without close supervision. \nPersons seeking employment in this position must be available for the entire period requested by the employer. \n \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker’s Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \n \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a five-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker’s performance fails to satisfy the employer’s reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the five day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S. workers becoming available for the job during the employer’s recruitment period.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite; work performed on employer controlled/operated worksites only may include operating tractors and planters for planting crops, repairing fences, feeding, watering facilities, mowing and weedeating, etc.
I farm 3000 acres wheat, soybeans, corn, milo, and alfalfa. We need seasonal employees to assist with all aspects of raising these crops including planting, spraying, fertilize, harvesting and hauling. Employees will need to operate farm equipment in order to complete these duties. Equipment include planters, grain drills ,tractors, combines , tillage equipment, and planting equipment. Employees will need to drive semi-trucks to haul grain, hay and harvested crops from field to storage. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment and keep equipment clean. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Crops/Commodities: \nnursery stock, including bedding plants, trees, shrubs, and sod. \nPerform manual and mechanized tasks associated with the indoor and outdoor production of horticultural products. Plant, cultivate, and maintain nursery stock, trees, shrubs, bedding plants, plugs, liners, hanging baskets, greenhouse-grown specialty plants, and other horticultural varieties. Prepare fields/soil for planting. Plant/propagate plants. Remove cull stock, debris, tree stumps, brush, ferns, vines and other growth from planting area using hand tools or mechanized equipment (rakes, shovels, hoes, tractors, mattocks, brush hooks and/or axes). Plant/pot seedlings or ‘liners’ by hand or mechanical planter, fill and label trays, and move product to/from greenhouses and loading/unloading areas. Prepare trees for digging by tying or wrapping as necessary. Hand dig trees and other plants with shovel or tree spade. Crimp wire baskets. Attach hangers to baskets and hang throughout holding houses. Move containerized plants using rolling/electric carts. Load/unload trucks and product from conveyor belt. Install/remove plastic coverings. Perform general plant maintenance. Irrigate and apply fertilizer or other chemicals. Maintain irrigation systems. Train, prune, trim, shear, space, transplant and cull trees and/or plants to ensure availability of marketable products. Shear trees with proper taper and bud cut angle for quality. Tie/position trees and plants by tying or wrapping as necessary. Count, inventory, and grade trees. Select trees for cutting according to grade. Cut trees using axe or chainsaw. Drag cut trees from cutting area. Bale trees using tree baler. Wrap burlap or other covering around root balls and secure with twice and/or stapes. Pack, label, tag, pull, sort, and store plants by variety. Crimp wire baskets.\n\nInstall/maintain irrigation systems and water lines. Move and install irrigation pipes and equipment. Dig and maintain ditches. Install and remove levee gates. \n\nApply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other crop protectants. Apply fertilizers, plant growth chemicals, conditioners, and other plant related treatments at the correct times depending on plant type, growth, climate and crop conditions.\n\nChopping wood to store for winter greenhouse heating.\n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Bending, stooping and kneeling required. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when plants are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. Workers must be able to handle, lift, and carry heavy or bulky objects (product, containers) in accordance with the specified lifting requirements.
Job duties include operating various farm equipment to plant; seed tending; fertilize; spray; transport fuel to fields; tender grain away from combine with grain cart at harvest; windrow, rake, bale, and remove straw and hay from fields; mow grass and weeds from around bins and fences; cut trees from fence lines, waterways, and pasture. Employees will operate equipment including but not limited to tractors, pick ups, forklift, anhydrous tanks, grain cart, self propelled wind rower, tractor with hay rake, baler with rotary mower, tree remover, and weed cutter. Duties also include manual labor such as hooking up equipment, minor repairs to equipment, weed cutting, and some lifting when necessary. Employees must be able to obtain a drivers license within 30 days of hire; have 2 months of experience; and basic English literacy, reading, and math skills. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting, harvesting moving, storing, grain & oilseed crops; swathing, raking, and baling hay; stacking, loading and transporting hay and moving grain; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Assist with custom harvest operation. Operate a variety of machinery, i.e. combines, grain carts, trucks. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Non smoking, drinking, drug environment. \nCrops: wheat, corn
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain; bale hay. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine, swather, and sprayer. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\nCrops: Alfalfa, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, milo, corn, silage, cotton, triticale; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; operating and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; grain bin and auger operation; lifting 75 lb seed bags; walking fields pulling off type weeds; servicing, repairing, winterizing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We farm 10,000-acres of corn, wheat, and sorghum. We need seasonal employees to assist with all aspects of raising these crops. Employees will be required to plant crop in the spring, irrigate crop during the growing season, harvesting the crop in the fall and hauling the crops to storage from the fields after harvest. Employees will need to assist with pre- and post-season maintenance on equipment. Employees will also need to assist with manure hauling/spreading on the fields as well as stockpiling. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. \n\n\n***Please note we will be adjusting our starting date to March 1 on all future applications to cover our entire crop season.
We need a seasonal employee to assist with harvesting sorghum feed and assist with our calving season. We confine our cows for calving in February, which means they are brought from pastures and put in pens. While in pens they need to be fed and cared for daily. During the calving season from February until May the employee will need to assist with birthing and deliveries, vaccinations, and caring for the cattle during this period. After May cattle are turned into pasture and no feeding or care is needed. Employee will then start with planting and harvesting sorghum until December. Employee will need to operate farm equipment to plant, harvest and haul the crop from the field to storage. Employee will need to spread manure on field as fertilizer. After December we do not need any further assistance until the next year. \n\n***Please note that for all future application we will adjust our starting date to February to cover our entire season.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as hay, wheat, milo, corn; adjusts settings of equipment for harvesting crops; drives truck to transport crops to storage area; drives trucks to move machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We need seasonal employees to daily mechanical maintenance on all equipment, baling, swathing, stinger, stacking, planting, and do tilling for hay. Maintaining irrigation equipment, handling electricity and electrical components. Will also do irrigation scheduling and must be able to operate any equipment safely and efficiently for long hours. Daily maintenance on balers, including blowing machine off, cleaning windows and restocking twine. Will also need to do small engine repair, welding and maintenance. Assist with farm, yard and farm building upkeep. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment/trucks/tractors for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops: tractors, combines, grain carts, feed trucks, semi-trucks, swathers, and mowers. Clean/maintain/repair machinery and equipment. Light mechanic work. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Precondition and maintain cattle: Monitor birthing of baby calves, hay all cattle, haul water to cattle, mix feed, monitor health, vaccinate. Operate feed truck/pay loader. Clean pens. Put up/maintain fence. Manure hauling. May haul cattle to market. \n1-hour lunch break\nCrops: wheat, milo, corn, sunflowers
Operate large scale harvesting machinery to harvest grain and oilseed forage crops such as wheat, hay, corn, soybeans, milo; drive trucks, loaders, tractors to transport crops to storage areas; move harvest equipment between worksites; complete routine maintenance and mechanical repairs on trucks, trailers and harvesting equipment.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, sprayer for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, cotton, milo, wheat; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; operating grain storage facilities; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We need a seasonal employee to assist with our farming operation where we plant, grow and harvest corn, soybeans, milo and hay. Employee will need to assist with operation farm equipment including tractors and semi-trucks to plant, harvest and haul these crops. Employees will also need to assist with setting up, repairing and monitoring irrigation systems. Employee will complete general farm manual labor as directed to assist with farming operation/maintenance. Employee will complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment.
Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and alfalfa crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between work locations. General shop and maintenance work.
Job requires operating custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of crops, changing cutting heads as appropriate for crop, driving semi-trucks to transport product to elevator or storage area, performing mechanical repair and maintenance on custom harvesting machinery, regularly cleaning and servicing equipment. \n\nJob also requires the operation of large farm equipment to till soil, plant and harvest the crops on the employer's farm. No duties other than the custom harvesting duties listed previously will be performed on other fixed-site grower's operations. Job will require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on farm equipment, regularly cleaning and servicing equipment, and using equipment and hand tools to maintain field conditions optimal for crop growth. 6 months experience required. Applicant must have or be able to obtain a CDL. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
We farm approximately 25,000 acres of corn, wheat, milo, and alfalfa. The farm consists of both irrigated and dryland crops. We have over 60 irrigation sprinklers. The job would require driving tractors, which consists of preparing the fields and planting of crops in the spring and fall. We harvest our corn so the job would entail driving a truck or grain cart during fall harvest. There would be daily checking and routine maintenance of irrigation motors and sprinklers during approximately 6 months out of the year. When checking sprinklers there is the possibility of walking the sprinklers to check for plugged nozzles. During the late fall and early wintertime there would be maintenance done on equipment in the workshop. Daily checking of irrigation motors and sprinklers, maintenance on irrigation motors and sprinklers. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Operate farming equipment in order to harvest and haul small grain and pea crops. General farm duties such as servicing equipment, shop work and basic facility maintenance/upkeep.
Operates self-propelled, high horsepower harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; drives truck to transport crops from field to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite. Work performed on employer controlled/operated worksite(s) only may include general farming duties such as planting, fertilizing, spraying, operating center pivot irrigation on crop acres.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS (autosteer) such as tractor, combine, sprayer for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, soybeans, corn, milo; grain bin and auger operation; walking fields pulling off type weeds; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a farm in NW Kansas, we grow wheat, corn, sunflowers and sorghum, we have dry land and irrigated land requiring daily checking of the center pivots. We operate all types of farm machinery, including tractors for pulling plows, planters, and grain carts, we utilize sprayers used for applying chemical and fertilizer in growing crops. Much of the grain is stored in grain bins to be hauled to market after harvest.\n\nNeed to be able to operate farm tractors for plowing and planting and run a grain cart at harvest time. Basic knowledge of operating a tractor is needed. We use semi- trucks to do everything from hauling fertilizer to the field at planting time, to trucking the grain out of the field at harvest time to grain bins or the local storage. Must have combine experience since employee could also operate a combine at harvest time. Complete general maintenance around the farm on machinery. May be required to operate a sprayer.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as 4 wheel drive tractors for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat, hay, silage; assessing in field conditions and crop maturity for adjusting down pressure of openers and tillage equipment, settings of harvesting machinery; maintenance and repairs to machinery and equipment; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Employees will need to operate combines and other equipment to harvest corn, sorghum, triticale and alfalfa. Employees will then need to drive trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage areas and drive heavy trucks to transport equipment between work-sites. Driving a semi-tractor/trailer in the field hauling silage on public roads to feed-yards, storage areas and dairies. Must complete routine maintenance and repairs on equipment/trucks including blowing radiators, air filters, tires, etc. Greasing their truck or trailer on a maintenance schedule.
Perform duties like: Drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate and harvest and store corn and milo crops. Attach farm implements, such as drill to tractor. General lubrication, service (check fluids and grease trailers) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nEquipment: Tractor, trucks, combine \n\nCrops: Corn and Milo
Operates self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs.
Performs duties like: Drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. General farm maintenance. \n\nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Rye, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
We operate a custom harvesting operation where we harvest crops in the fields and deliver it to the feedlots/dairies. Employees will operate self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce feedlots/dairies. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. Job includes truck driving, maintenance, light repair work on trucks and harvesting equipment. Maintain and upkeep of farm site. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Performs duties like: drive and operating farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to the tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to the elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Oats, Prairie Hay, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractors, High Loader, Feed wagon, Dump Truck, Box Scraper, Hyd chute, Pickup, Four wheeler
Our farming operation includes raising crops for grain or seed. Employee duties will include manual cultivation, manual pulling of weeds and hoeing of weeds within the field in the summer months. Employee will also operation equipment to assist with the farming and irrigation of the crops. Complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment.
Employee will be removing bedding with scoops, shovels and/or skid steers. He will need to power wash the buildings. Employee will handle birds to catch, load and unload birds. Repair nets and wire in pens and feed birds. Employee will complete routine repairs and equipment to buildings and cages. Collect and wash eggs, assist with egg hatching.
Operating large farm equipment for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting grain and oilseed crops; harvesting and moving grain and oilseed crops to market or customer; swathing, raking, baling, stacking, tarping and moving hay; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite including cleaning shop.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair of farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Operate a semi truck and trailer. Make repairs on irrigation sprinklers. Crops: Corn, Cotton, Milo, Soy Beans, WheatEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Operating large farm equipment and primarily John Deere machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, alfalfa, soybeans, corn; operating and maintenance of irrigation systems; walking fields pulling off type weeds; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Labor for crop spraying including hauling water and supplies (driving), clean and maintain spray equipment, organize and clean warehouse, maintain grounds, general cleanup.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for harvesting of crops, truck driving, drilling, planting, hauling and spreading manure, spraying, property maintenance, machinery maintenance, and repair; grain handling; minor construction projects; livestock care and maintenance; property barrier maintenance; and other miscellaneous duties assigned.\n\nCrops: wheat, corn, milo
We need a seasonal worker to help through spring, summer and fall to help with planting and harvesting of wheat, soybeans, milo and hauling of silage. Need to operate trucks, tractors, tractor-drawn machinery, combines, grain carts, and self-propelled machinery to plow, harrow and fertilize soil, and to plant, cultivate, spray and harvest crops. Repair and maintain farm vehicles, implements and mechanical equipment.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Ag Equipment Operators | SOC Code: 45-2091\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nDeines-Pollan Services, LLC, Haviland, KS, Kiowa\n\nPossible shift: 8:00AM-6:00PM. 45+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Wheat, Corn, Milo. Duties may include: May operate all farm equipment including: tractors, combines, sprayers, fertilizer spreaders, mowers, skid steers, and semi's. Will operate conveyors for loading and unloading trucks. Assist with property maintenance involving: mowing, cleaning working areas, maintaining equipment and tools. Driving necessary to assist with moving of larger equipment & other related Ag Equipment Operators activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Farm equipment exp. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 50lbs; may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area. Tools supplies and equipment provided at no cost to worker. Employer guarantees 3/4 of contract. Work outdoors, exposed to weather, hot or cold; hours may vary (+/-); possible downtimes and/or extended hours. Dependable: fulfill obligations. Attn. to detail: complete work tasks. Employer provided housing available to those who cannot reasonably return to their residence within the same day. No cell phone use during work hours. \n\nMust be able to obtain a drivers license. Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. Based on Employer's discretion/cost: Worker may have random drug/alcohol testing during employment: positive test/ refusal to abide = dismissal. Possible background check post hire at employer's expense. Worker has 3 days from date of hire to show legal authorization to work in the United States. Cash advances may apply at employer discretion.
Calve out calves during the calving season. Medicate, vaccinate and treat for seasonal sicknesses. Prepare pastures. Repair and build new fencing. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures. Check on livestock and water accessibility in pastures daily. Prepare fields for planting. Pick rocks and operate tractors to till the soil. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, harvest and haul grain and soybean crops. Bale and stack alfalfa hay. Maintain and repair center pivot irrigation systems. Service and repair farming equipment. Clean out grain bins. General farm related duties such as winterizing farming equipment, facility maintenance and shop work. Move cattle from pasturelands back into winter facilities at the end of the farming season.
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements and semi-trucks to till soil; prepare and maintain field conditions; and plant, irrigate, fertilize, harvest, and transport products to elevator or storage area. Job will also require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on equipment, regularly servicing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining clean and organized work areas. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
On farms, measure and layout livestock building. Excavate footings and level the earth to grade specifications. Tie rebar, position aluminum wall forms, and place concrete. Unload materials lay out lumber and steel, tin sheets, trusses, and other components for building livestock confinement structures. Build and erect walls and trusses. Lift tin sheets to roof and sheet walls, install doors, and caulk structure. Install and repair feeders, feed tanks and help assemble feed lines. Repair and install curtains and gates. Clean up job sites. Occasional use of forklift upon employer provided certification.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery such as tractors, loaders, planters, drills, rakes, balers, steamers, combines, swathers, stackers and tractor trailers to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. May work in grain handling facilities. Operate hay equipment. Irrigate grains, alfalfa & hay crops; operate and maintain irrigation equipment. \nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Wheat\nEquipment: Tractors, Combine, Grain Trucks
Prepare farming equipment and grounds. Load and unload chemicals, herbicides and fertilizers. Drive trucks to transport farming equipment to fields. Operate farming equipment in order to apply fertilizer, chemicals and herbicides to growing small grain and soybean commodities. Service farming machinery and make in-field repairs. General farm upkeep duties such as facility maintenance and shop work. Learn about all applicable agricultural chemicals, fertilizers and herbicides used to apply to fields and how to safely handle them. Adhere to all company safety procedures.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport produce to storage area; drives harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans, milo, wheat; walking fields pulling off-type weeds; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as swather, baler, rake, tractor, loader for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, wheat, canola, silage; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; repairing equipment; fixing fence; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Examine chick genitalia to determine their sex, including picking up chicks, squeezing chicks so that feces is extracted, shining light or turning back cloacal opening to view and observe the sex of the chick. Segregate chicks according to sex. Pick up, sort eggs and clean barn.
Job requires driving tractors and operating large farm equipment to till soil, plant, fertilize and harvest crops; tending livestock; and maintaining fencing. 3 months of experience are required. Applicant must have or be able to obtain a driver’s license within 30 days after hire. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn, milo; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives truck to move crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle in support of harvesting activities; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. General seasonal farm duties. \nEquipment: John Deere 8410 with 16 row 1720 planter, John Deere 9100 tractor with 1890, air seeder with a 1910 cart, John Deere 9770 combine, AS715 Apache sprayer, 1986 Kenworth truck, 1991 Peterbilt truck\nCrops: Sorghum, Wheat
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Work on Cat irrigation motors as well as V-8 motors. Know how to diagnose, work on, and service electric sprinklers. Keep and maintain all equipment clean.\nCrops: Corn, Cotton, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: John Deere tractors: 8320, 8370Landoll chisel mulcherLandoll diskKrauss StriptillerJohn Deere PlanterJohn Deere SprayerJohn Deere 780S CombinesElectric SprinklersV-8 irrigation motors: 605, 496, 8.1Cat irrigation motors: 342, 353, 3406, 3408Cummins irrigation motors: 855Anhydrous Ammonia trailers and tillage tools
On farms and during warm and mild weather, build, repair and remodel farm structures; set forms, place concrete, finish concrete, install reinforcement; clean-up site.
We need seasonal workers to assist with our row crop operation where we grow wheat, corn, and soybeans. Employees will also assist with our hay production. Employees will operate farm equipment to assist with planting, spraying, and harvesting of crops as well as cutting and baling of hay. Employees will perform general maintenance and repairs on equipment. Employees will drive semi-trucks to haul crops from fields to storage. Employees will complete general farm duties, as necessary.
We operate a diversified farm in Central Kansas which is primarily no till farming consisting of 4,200 acres of cropland, haying operation, with a small 100 head cow herd. We raise 1600+ acres of wheat, 1000 acres of beans, 800 acres of grain sorghum, 200 acres of corn, 550 acres of alfalfa. along with double cropping 1,000 acres after wheat harvest. We need a seasonal employee to assist with all aspects of our crop production season including planting, spraying, harvesting, and hauling of these crops. Job duties include operating farm equipment to do swathing, raking, baling, and stacking hay. Will also need to operate farm equipment to assist with planting, spraying, and harvest. Employee must be able to drive a semi-truck with trailer to haul crop. Having the ability to weld and repair equipment is strongly desired. Complete other farm duties as assigned. Employee will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. \n\n***Please note that for 2023 we will adjust our starting date to 2/24 to cover our entire crop season.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, swather, baler, mower, skid steer, wheel loader, etc.) for swathing, baling, planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Load hay, grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. \n1 hour meal break.\n\nBenefits: internet\n\nCrops: alfalfa, corn, milo, wheat, triticale, rye, sorghum grass
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for planting, spraying, swathing, baling, and harvesting of crops; machinery maintenance/repair; haul commodities to storage/market; check center pivot irrigation systems; build fence for cattle, other miscellaneous farm duties assigned. \nBenefit: cell phone\n\nCrops: alfalfa, triticale, wheat, corn, soybeans
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements, sprayers, combines, and semi-trucks to till soil; prepare and manage land; and plant, fertilize, harvest and transport crops to elevator or storage area. Job will also require performing mechanical repair and maintenance on equipment; regularly cleaning and servicing equipment; performing manual labor around the farm such as using hand tools in fields, cleaning and maintaining farm shop areas; and tending to livestock. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Operates self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for longevity and experience.
We run our own grain farm and a custom harvesting business chopping wheat, corn, beans and sorghum for silage. Employees will need to assist with planting and spraying crops. Employee will be driving truck, operate a silage bagger and operate farm equipment including tractors. Employees could be required to assist with moving cattle around.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, combine, sprayer, loader for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, silage, wheat, corn, milo; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and transporting from field to storage; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; scraping, piling, spreading manure on fields as fertilizer; pushing, loading dirt; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Pruning fruit trees, berry bushes. Hand thinning apples, peaches. Spray fruit crops. Weeding, pulling weeds in crops. Planting, picking and harvesting tree fruit, berries, melons, vegetables, misc. Greenhouse, high tunnel work, planting, training, harvesting, crop clean up. \nOverall general maintenance of trees and plants. Building trellises and fencing. Digging holes for planting. Summer scouting for pests. Summer pruning of trees. Install and maintain irrigation equipment including digging new lines. Work with small engine type equipment and power tools. \n\nCrops: peaches, apples, tree fruit, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, tomatoes, sweetcorn, melons, pumpkins, vegetables, fruit, misc garden crops, flowers.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as John Deere tractors, trucks, swathers, rakes, balers, stackers for alfalfa hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving large square bales from field to storage; repair and service machinery; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a full-service custom harvest operation, including combining and transporting all crops. Employees will need to maintain and operate harvest equipment, including combines, headers, trucks, hoppers, tractors, grain carts and other support vehicles. Must have a CDL or equivalent or be able to obtain one within 60 days of hire. Job requires extensive sitting, and exposure to extreme outdoor temperatures. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Operates all harvesting and farm related equipment to plant, spray and harvest corn, beans and hay for silage. Complete daily farm duties as assigned. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Haul crop from field to storage locations. Must have mechanical skills to service machinery and makes infield repairs on equipment.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Wheat\n\nEquipment: John Deere S780 Combines, John Deere 9420Rx, John Deere 9460Rt, John Deere 4940 sprayer, John Deere 8310Rt, Peterbilt 379 semi trucks, Peterbilt 385 semi trucks
We farm with wheat, grain sorghum and corn. Employee will operate semi-trucks, tractors, combines and other farm equipment to till, plant, spray and harvest crops. Apply manure fertilizer on fields. Employee will need to complete daily maintenance and repair on all equipment, clean shop, grain bins and equipment. Mow and keep property clean.
We raise corn, soybeans, cotton and wheat. Half of our farm is irrigated with center pivots and the other half is dryland. Employee will need to operate John Deere Equipment. Employee will also need to check the sprinklers twice a day during irrigation and do routine repairs and maintenance on the irrigation system. Employee will need basic mechanic skills. Employees will need to drive trucks to haul harvest crops from fields to storage during the harvest season.
Performs seasonal duties March 15th through December 15th such as: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\nCrops: wheat, milo, corn\nEquipment: grain cart, disc, auger, grain trailer, tractors, plow, Chevy pickup, Chevy truck, tandem truck, 40' grain drill.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Wheat, Oats, Peas\n\nEquipment: JD 6145M Tractor Crustbuster DrillForkliftJD PlanterJD 5075 E Tractor Travis Seed CartWylie Sprayer 25 Foot Sweep Plow
Crops/Commodities: wheat, corn, sorghum, milo, hay, cattle work in fields. Perform manual and machine tasks associated with grain and forage crops production. Plant, cultivate and harvest crops. Mow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Use power equipment including but not limited to: tractors, planters, mowers, plows, sprayers, cultivators, ATVs, power shears, chain saws, high lifts, fork lifts, skid loaders. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and forage crops. Adjust speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. Service machinery, trucks and trailers. Make in-field repairs. Service/repairs includes but is not limited to: lubricating grease points; inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance; removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. Haul on-farm and over roads. Drive heavy trucks/trailers to transport crop to elevator, storage, or other location. Haul harvest machines between worksites. Haul and transfer grain to/between grain store(s). Transfer bulk agricultural products between facilities. Must be able to operate, maintain and repair agricultural equipment with or without direction. Examines animals for diseases and injuries. Assist with livestock vaccination. Apply routine medications. Tend to cuts and bruises. Spray livestock with insecticide. Assist with livestock castration. Clips, brand, or tag animals. Perform general herd care. Transport livestock. Clear debris from field and clean/maintain farm buildings, structures, equipment, and work areas. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences. Work is done in the field for long periods of time. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 50 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. Work required in fields when plants are wet with dew and rain, and may be required during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours can range from 10 to over 100 degrees F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a workers ability to perform the job. Workers should be able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. Employer requires all newly hired employees to take and pass an employer-paid background check. All background checks are conducted uniformly after an initial job offer has been extended and accepted by the new hire. Applicants found to have felony convictions (including, but not limited to assault, child molestation, sex or drug-related convictions) will be immediately terminated out of concern for general public safety, and paid for all hours worked between the first date of employment and the date of termination, if any. In the case of a foreign worker who is terminated for cause resulting from findings of the background check, the employer will arrange least-cost transportation to the worker's place of recruitment, at the worker's expense.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, rakes, baling tractors, mowers, swathers, bale stacker 'stinger', etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Upkeep/maintenance: farm infrastructure, irrigation systems, shop buildings, farm owned housing. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. \n30 minute meal break. \n\nCrops: wheat, triticale, alfalfa, corn, soybean, sorghum silage, sorghum and baling res.\n
We need seasonal employees in the spring, summer and fall to help with loading and unloading grain and agronomy products. Employees will drive/operate a tender truck and deliver chemical and fertilizer supplies to spray rig operators in the field. They will perform routine maintenance on trucks and equipment and mix fertilizer and chemicals in accordance with quality standards. Employees will operate company owned trucks to transfer grain, assist with train loads going out and monitor and maintain grain quality. Employees will sweep and clean out grain bins. They will be required to operate single or double axel trucks, forklifts, scales, augers, and front-end loaders. If qualified, employees will operate spray rigs and perform spraying and spreading duties in accordance with farmer work orders. Employer may pay performance-based incentives at the end of the contract period at employer’s discretion and provide pay increases for MKC experience. Must have knowledge of OSHA, State, EPA and DOT regulations, knowledge of MSDS, and knowledge of seed, chemical and fertilizer products. Employee may be exposed to extreme hot and cold outside conditions or extensive sitting. Employer will conduct drug testing and background checks at the employer’s expense.
Drives and operates primarily John Deere farm machines equipped with GPS such as tractors, sprayers, planters, discs and combines to perform specified farm activities like plant, cultivate, harvest, spray crops such as corn, wheat, milo, soybeans, silage; Hitches soil conditioning implement, such as plow, cultivator, harrow to tractor, and operates tractor and towed implement to furrow and cultivate soil; Drives tractor and operates designated towed machine, such as seed drill or planter, to plant, fertilize crops; Drives truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; Unload grain onto conveyor to storage bins or elevators; Tends sprinkler system that irrigates land; Starts gasoline engine and adjusts controls of sprinkler system across field or pushes on switch that activates sprinkler system, and starts pump that forces water through system to irrigate crops; Observes sprinklers to ensure uniform distribution of water to all areas; Lubricates, adjusts, and repairs or replaces parts, such as sprinkler heads and drive chains to maintain system, using handtools; Prepares harvesting machine by adjusting speeds of cutters, blowers, and conveyors and height of cutting head or depth of digging blades according to type, height, weight, and condition of crop being harvested, and contour of terrain; Drives self-propelled harvesting machine to cut, thresh, clean, store crops; Refuels engine, lubricates machine parts, and monitors machine operations to ensure optimum performance; Drive farm vehicle; Minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn, milo, hay; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives truck to move crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle in support of harvesting activities; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We farm approximately 12,000-acres of dry wheat, milo, and corn. We also farm 500-acres of irrigated alfalfa. We need a seasonal employee to assist with all aspects of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling these crops. Employee will need to checking irrigation wells and sprinklers daily, operating equipment during tillage including sweep plows, disks, chisels. Employee will need to operate equipment during spring and fall planting including air seeders both no-till and hoe drill and planters. Employee will also need to operate equipment during harvest including combine, grain cart, grain truck. During slower periods employee will need to complete equipment maintenance, mowing both with large tractors or lawn tractors and clean equipment and/or the facilities. Complete general farm duties as assigned. Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops; machinery maintenance, and repair; grain handling, hauling farm commodities; minor construction projects; mowing; and other miscellaneous duties assigned. Operate/repair irrigation equipment.\nCrops: corn, wheat, milo, oats
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, milo, corn; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; assisting with calving mother cows and heifers; weaning calves, sorting cattle to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems (center pivot) for watering crops; driving truck or tractor with trailer attached to move crops or equipment to designated locations; general farm labor such as mowing; servicing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a 4300-acre farm where we grow corn, milo, wheat, soybeans and feed. We also do swathing and baling. We need a seasonal employee to assist with all aspects of growing these crops including planting, drill feed and wheat, running farm equipment including tractors, planters, swather, baler and rake. Employee will need to assist with general farm duties as assigned. Employee will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Job requires operating custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety crops, changing cutting heads as appropriate for crop, having mechanical skills, regularly cleaning and servicing equipment, performing maintenance and repair on harvesting equipment, and driving trucks to transport product to storage area. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Maintain flood and sprinkler irrigation systems. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. \n1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: sorghum, corn, wheat
Job requires operating farm equipment, tractors, combines, and sprayers to till soil, plant, cultivate, irrigate, fertilize, & harvest crops, performing mechanical repair and maintenance, and driving semi-trucks to transport product to elevator or storage area. Basic literacy, reading and math skills along with 3 months of experience are required. Applicant must have or be able to obtain a driver’s license. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
While on our own property employees will do disking, vertical tillage and dozer and grader work. Employees will do hay swathing, bailing (round bales), raking hay, hauling hay. Help with tillage operating a R Series John Deer tractor. While on our own property and when custom harvesting, employees will be driving trucks to haul grain and transport equipment (wide loads). Operate combines to harvest crops. Complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment.
Job requires the operation of tractors, loaders, combines, sprayers, semi-trucks, and other farm equipment to till soil, plant, cultivate, irrigate, fertilize, and harvest crops; performing mechanical repair and maintenance; hauling grain; and tending to livestock in the forms of handling, feeding, examining, branding or tagging, assisting with treatment for illness, and herding the livestock. Manual labor duties will include cleaning livestock pens, erecting and fixing fencing, fixing equipment, cleaning water tanks, feeding livestock, and cleaning and maintaining work facilities. Basic literacy and math skills along with 6 months of experience are required. Applicants must have or be able to obtain a driver's license. A CDL will be required when hauling grain. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Operates self propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oil seed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport product to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. CDL license required. 3 month truck driving and farm work experience.
Crops/Commodities: \nTrees, Shrubs, Sod. \nThis job requires a minimum of 3 months of agricultural experience working in a nursery handling both manual and mechanized tasks including agricultural field work associated with production of shrubs and trees. Applicants must be able to furnish verbal or written statement establishing relevant prior work experience. Workers must be able to perform manual and mechanized tasks with accuracy and efficiency. Plant, cultivate, and harvest trees, shrubs, and sod. Plant or pot seedlings or ‘liners’ by hand (including riding and inserting liners in a mechanical planter) using mattock or dibble. Prepare trees for digging by tying or wrapping as necessary. Hand dig trees with shovel or tree spade. Load and unload plants on trailers. Perform general plant maintenance. Prune, trim, space, transplant and cull plants to ensure availability of marketable products. Irrigate and apply fertilizer. Pack, label, tag, pull, and store plants by variety. Count, grade, and inventory plants. Inventory and grade trees. Must understand nursery quality control standards and have working knowledge of production procedures. Must harvest crops according to specific standards. Must select and harvest crops pursuant to customer needs. Products must be handled carefully to prevent damage. \n\nMow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Bending, stooping and kneeling required. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Use power equipment including but not limited to: tractors, planters, mowers, plows, sprayers, cultivators, power shears, chain saws, high lifts, fork lifts, skid loaders. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. Clear debris from field and clean/maintain farm buildings, structures, equipment, and work areas. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences. \n\nWork is done in the field for long periods of time. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 60 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. \n\nWork required in fields when plants are wet with dew and rain, and may be required during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours can range from 10 to over 100 degrees F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. \n\nAllergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. \n\nWorkers should be able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. \n\nSupervisor(s) will provide instructions and directions to workers. Workers must be able to comprehend and follow instructions and communicate effectively to supervisors. Unusual, complex or non-routine activities will be supervised. Workers expected to perform basic duties in a timely and proficient manner without close supervision. Workers must obey all safety rules and basic instructions and be able to recognize, understand and comply with safety, pesticide warning/re-entry and other essential postings. Employer will instruct workers in the safety and operation of equipment before use. Workers must operate equipment in a manner that protects operator, visitors, other workers, products, trees, crops and equipment. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in termination. Workers must operate equipment, with or without direction, in a manner that protects operator, visitors, other workers, products, trees, crops and equipment.
Drive and operate forage harvester and/or silage trucks and semi trucks for custom harvesting operations. Also may include operating tractors, mergers, swathers, packing tractor. Drive heavy trucks to transport produce to elevator or storage areas. Drive transporter trucks to haul harvesting machine between work sites. Service machinery and make incidental in-field repairs.\n\nEquipment: Tractors, Forage Harvesters, Swathers, Mergers, Silage trucks, Semi trucks, Silage bagger
GBN Farms, LLC is in need of two seasonal agricultural employees capable of being involved, hands on, with all aspects of crop production, including but not limited to: preventative maintenance on farm equipment; minor repair on farm equipment; cleaning and adjusting equipment; operating of tractors and equipment for preparing, plowing, harvesting, and cultivating field crops; ability to move equipment and supplies from farm to farm; help operate irrigation on equipment and farms; help maintain fence lines and keep property free of weeds; help harvest and haul grain or grain carts; help maintain stored grain. No education required. Position requires 3 months of experience in farm equipment operating. Must be mechanically inclined (have an ability to work on the farm equipment); clean farm equipment; have or be able to have a commercial’s driver’s license; and have a basic understanding of English.
Crops/Commodities: \ncorn (for animal consumption), forage/silage. \nOperates, services and maintains farm equipment to process feed and prepare for storage. Operates farm tractors with Degelman blades which are used for pushing and packing forage crops (silage) for animal consumption, and loaders. Must be able to make a pile of forage (silage) using the Degelman blade on the tractor. Servicing of tractors consists of changing oil, filters, hydraulic hoses, cleaning of tractor and windows. Workers will be expected to be able to operate agricultural equipment with or without direction. \n\nWork is to be done in the field for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements. Workers should be physically able to do the work required. Must be able to lift/carry 50 lbs. Saturday work required. \n\nEmployer assures that workers will be provided transportation from living quarters to work site every day (for workers who must be provided housing under the applicable regulations.)\n\nPersons seeking employment as experienced Agricultural Equipment Operator must be available for the entire period requested by the employer. Successful applicants will be subject to a trial period of up to five days during which their performance of required tasks will be evaluated. If the performance is not acceptable to the employer the worker's employment will be terminated.\n\nAll applicants for this job must be available to work for the remainder of the entire itinerary. An applicant referred to the employer after the labor certification has been granted, but before 50 percent of the work contract period for the entire itinerary has elapsed, must be available and willing to join the crew at whatever place the crew is located at the time and remain with the crew for the duration of the custom combine itinerary. \n\nDue to the remote and unique nature of the work to be performed, the employer will provide at no cost to the workers, an effective means of communicating with persons capable of responding to the worker’s needs in case of an emergency, specifically two-way radios. \nAn applicant for this job must be available to work for the entire itinerary. An applicant referred to the employer after the labor certification has been granted, but before 50 percent of the work contract period for the entire itinerary has elapsed, must be available and willing to join the employer at whatever place the employer is located at the time and remain with the employer for the duration of the itinerary. Employer attests that it has sent (or will promptly send) original surety bond to CNPC. \nEmployer may request, but not require, workers to work more than the stated daily hours and/or on a worker’s Sabbath or federal holidays. Workers will have an unpaid lunch break. Worker must report to work at designated time and place each day. Daily or weekly work schedule may vary due to weather, sunlight, temperature, crop conditions, and other factors. Employer will notify workers of any change to start time. \n \n \nTERMINATION. All workers will be subject to a five-day trial period, during which the employer will evaluate workers' performance of required tasks. Employer reserves the right to terminate a worker at the conclusion of the trial period if the worker’s performance fails to satisfy the employer’s reasonable expectations, or is otherwise unacceptable. Employer may terminate a worker for lawful job-related reasons, including but not limited to situations in which the worker: (1) Is repeatedly absent or tardy; (2) malingers or otherwise refuses, without cause, to perform the work as directed; (3) commits act(s) of misconduct or repeatedly violates the Work Rules; and/or (4) fails, after completing the five day trial period, to perform work in a competent and skillful manner, consistent with the employer's reasonable expectations. Non-U.S. workers may be displaced as a result of one or more U.S.
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements to till soil; prepare land; and plant, irrigate, fertilize, sort & grade, & harvest crops. Job also requires performing mechanical repair and sprinkler maintenance, loading and unloading agricultural products, regularly cleaning and servicing equipment, and driving semi-trucks to transport product to elevator or storage area. Daily duties may vary depending on crop, weather, and field conditions. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as planter, pull-type sprayer, fertilizer tanks, and side-dress bar, grain carts for harvest, mowers, pivot track closer, grain auger to a tractor, and drill to tractor. Maintain ditches and grounds of the farm. General lubrication, service ( check fluids, grease, clean windows of tractors) and perform incidental repairs to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Wheat\nEquipment: Case IH Tractors: Case Magnum, Case Ih 305, Case IH 310, Bobcat S850 skid-steer, Case Combine 8250, Great Plains 3000 Turbo tillage bar, Polaris Ranger, BestWay Sprayer- pull type, Valley Irrigation pivots, Irrgation motors, Gearheads/shafts, Brent 1085 Grain Cart, John Deere-Case-MacDon headers, John Deere Planter, Clark Forklift, Volvo Semi Trucks (2) with Castleton Grain trailers, Great Plains Nutri-Pro Fertilizer Bar, Par-Kan seed tender, Crustbuster seed tender, Grasshopper lawn mower, Raptor brush mower, grain augers/conveyors, SpreadAll manure spreader, Auto-steer on all tractors, Precision Planting monitors on planter, Dodge RAM pickups, support trailers for field sprayer includes- farm chemical shuttles, water tanks, BatchBoy setup, pallet tie-down ratchets
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, spray, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Irrigation maintenance. \nEquipment: tractor, combine, trucks \nCrops: Corn; Grain; Sorghum; Soy Beans; Wheat
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery, some being equipped with GPS (autosteer), for tilling, planting, fertilizing, moving, storing, harvesting grain; swathing, raking, baling, and moving of hay; moving grain between fields, storage, market; assisting with livestock care including feeding, watering, sorting, moving, administering medicine, calving; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: Operate various farm equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing, and harvesting of crops. Load/unload trucks. May involve climbing ladders, grain bins etc. Maintain/repair machinery, i.e. weld, change fluids in equipment, rotate tires, clean grain bins, wash vehicles, change brakes, check tire pressure, general maintenance, etc. Ground maintenance on farm and/or housing, i.e. weed eating, mowing. Minor construction of farm structures. Maintain/clean shop area. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. Rain days are typically spent in the shop repairing equipment and preparing for the next days’ work. Work with and make repairs to pipe and pivot irrigation. Must communicate in English, follow instructions, and be physically capable of performing all job duties.\n30 minute meal break.\n\nBenefits: cell phone, internet\n\nCrops: corn, milo, wheat
Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and silage crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between work locations.
We custom apply crop protection and crop fertility products. We sell and deliver fertilizer and crop protection products. We ship and receive fertilizer and crop protection products. Employees would be responsible for accurate application of fertilizer and/or chemicals per blend-sheet specifications. Maintain and repair equipment according to maintenance schedules, policies and procedures. Communicate with plant manager and sales staff assure efficient application. Follow all safety rules and regulations and PPE requirements. Complete other tasks as assigned by the plant manager.
Calve out calves during the calving season. Medicate, vaccinate and treat sickness. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures and oversee. Cutting and bailing hay. Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain & alfalfa crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between work locations. Operate farming equipment to plant crops. General farm related maintenance and servicing duties.
Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between work locations. Operate equipment to plant crops.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as 4 wheel drive tractors, trucks for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat, milo; assessing in field conditions and crop maturity for adjusting down pressure of openers and tillage equipment, settings of harvesting machinery; maintenance and repairs to machinery and equipment; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We operate a family-owned custom harvesting crew that travels from our home in northeast Kansas in May. to northwest Texas up into south-central Kansas then to Western Kansas and into eastern Colorado. Daily activities include servicing machinery which includes tractors, combines, semi-tractors and trailers, operation of said machinery, transporting grain from field to an elevator or grain bin. Hours of work can include several hours or few hours depending on the weather. Grains harvested include wheat, corn, and soybeans. Drive a combine to harvest multiple grains and tractor and grain cart and an 18-wheeler semi to transport grain to bins or a terminal. Employees will need to complete routine maintenance and repairs on equipment. Will be required to assist with general farm duties when at the base location including yard maintenance and farm duties.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops; adjust settings of harvesting machinery; drives truck to move crops to elevator or storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Calve out calves during the calving season. Care for calves and nursing mothers. Vaccinate and treat sickness. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures. Prepare the ground and till the soil. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, fertilize, harvest and haul grain and soybean crops. Bale and stack hay. Build and repair fencing. General farm maintenance duties such as servicing equipment, basic facility upkeep and shop work.
Employees will operate all kinds of farm equipment to assist with all aspect of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling of crops. Job duties include but are not limited to operating equipment to plant corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton, spray crops/fields (Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides), and operate equipment to harvest crops (combines, grain carts, semi-trucks, cotton strippers). Employees will need to assist with pivot irrigation systems including installing, repairing and maintenance. Employees will be required to do routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Operate mowers to mow around pivots, ditches and fields where needed. May be required to assist with swathing, mowing, raking and baling hay when applicable. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. .Job requires extensive sitting. Mut be able to lift 50 lbs. Must have a regular driver’s license. Must be able to obtain a CDL or equivalent within 30 days of hire. We require 3 months experience.
Prepare farm grounds and equipment for the planting season. Set, operate and maintain farming equipment in order to plant, fertilize, and store corn, wheat, and milo crops. Operate, maintain and repair irrigation systems. Complete general farming duties such as servicing equipment, shop work and maintenance of farm grounds, buildings and equipment. Prepare farm equipment and facility for the end of the season. Six months experience required. Driver's license in 30 days.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives truck to transport crops to storage area; drives truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Field ready implements and equipment. Spraying and fertilizing crop ground. Planting of Spring Crops. Swathing and baling feed fields. Harvesting of summer crops and drilling of fall crops. Hauling/stacking bales from feed fields. Service machinery and make in field repairs. Cleaning equipment up to store for winter.\n\n30-to-60-minute lunch break offered\nCrops: Wheat, corn, and milo
Employees will need to operate farm equipment including combines, silage cutters, tractors, baggers other farm equipment to harvest crops. Employees will need to haul harvested crops from fields to storage locations. Complete routine maintenance and repairs on equipment. Complete general labor duties as related to farming/harvesting.
We need seasonal employees to assist with all aspects of our crop production including the tilling, planting, raising, and harvesting of wheat, corn, soybeans and hay. Employee will be expected to help in the process of preparing the ground for planting soybeans. This includes running a tractor with an implement through the soil to prepare it to be planted. The employee will also help in the process of planting soybeans including running a truck and trailer with bean seed to the planter operator. Employee will be expected to help in the process of planting corn. Running a truck and trailer with corn seed to the planter operator. Help in the maintenance of the farm equipment used to plant the corn. Employee will be expected to help in the process of harvesting wheat, corn and soybeans then hauling the wheat, corn and soybeans harvested from the field to the grain bins. Employee will help in the maintenance of the tractors, combines and trucking equipment used to harvest and haul the wheat, corn and soybeans. Employee will need to complete routine maintenance and repairs on the tractor, truck, trailer, and planter.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: Operate various farm equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing, and harvesting of crops. Load/unload trucks. May involve climbing ladders, grain bins etc. Maintain/repair machinery, i.e. weld, change fluids in equipment, rotate tires, clean grain bins, wash vehicles, change brakes, check tire pressure, general maintenance, etc. Ground maintenance farm and/or housing, i.e. weed eating, mowing. Minor construction of farm structures. Maintain/clean shop area. This job involves manual labor, lifting, carrying, bending, and long days in the heat and cold. Rain days are typically spent in the shop repairing equipment and preparing for the next days’ work. Must communicate in English, follow instructions, and be physically capable of performing all job duties. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: wheat, corn
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, truck, combine, sprayer, planter for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, wheat, soybeans, milo, silage, corn; repairing fence; calving cows, moving cattle to grass pasture, weaning calves, sorting and selling calves; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS and swath management such as tractors, swather, baler for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, wheat, soybeans, milo, corn, cotton; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; cleaning and moving seed; assisting with calving cows and heifers, feeding mothers and babies; receive stockers, put up temporary fence, process calves, apply fly control, move calves, cows, and stockers to grass pasture; weaning calves, sorting and selling stockers and yearlings; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
We need seasonal help to assist with our custom harvesting business. Employees will need to drive semi-trucks, straight trucks, tractors and combines to assist in the custom combining and hauling of wheat and silage. Employees will be required complete routine maintenance and repairs on equipment. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, planter, combine, sprayer for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, wheat, soybeans, milo, silage, corn; fix fence, control weeds; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn, sorghum; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport crops to storage area; drives transporter truck to move harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operate farming equipment in order to plant, fertilize, harvest, deliver and re-plant freshly-grown turf sod at a turf sod farming operation. Plant, fertilize, mow and care for turf sod during the initial growing stages. Drive forklift to stack pallets and tubes for harvesting. Harvest and deliver turf sod to various re-planting locations using CDL class trucks. Re-plant turf sod on public or private property in a manner that ensures continued growth as the final and most important stage of sod farming. Perform basic farm duties such as servicing equipment, post-harvest field clean-up, and general facility upkeep/maintenance. \n\n
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops such as corn, milo, soybeans and wheat. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nEquipment: John Deere R Series Tractors, Volvo Payloaders, International & Kenworth semi-trucks, Roto-Mix feed mixers/wagons\nCrops: Corn, Grain, Milo, Soybeans, Wheat
General farm labor. Drive tractor, truck, grain cart to perform crop raising duties. Plant, fertilize, cultivate, harvest crops using tractor drawn machinery. Weigh trucks, enter scale tickets, haul grain to market. Haul and spread fertilizer and manure. Clean, check, maintain, repair field ready and irrigation equipment. Install fence, haul rock and maintain roadways for irrigation purposes. Conduct dirt work operations to make fields drain. Clear trees/brush. Clean grain bins. Spray, mow, maintain/paint farm structures. Run errands/pick up parts.\nCrops: Wheat, corn, milo, sunflowers, cotton, soybeans\n
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. General seasonal farm duties. \n\nCrops: Silage, Corn, Wheat\n\nEquipment: Newer model case combines, tractors with GPS system, Rogator 1300c Sprayer
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for plowing, planting, spraying, swathing, baling and harvesting of crops; machinery maintenance, and repair; grain handling and hauling; minor construction projects and other miscellaneous duties assigned. \nCrops: wheat, grain sorghum, feed, sunflowers
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Mow, rake, bale, and transport forage crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nEquipment: We use late model John Deere equipment with all available technology, and also semi trucks to haul grain.\n\nCrops: Corn, Hay, Milo, Prairie Hay, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as soybeans, silage; operating and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; grain bin and auger operation; walking fields pulling off type weeds; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Canola, Cotton, Milo, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: 9230 John Deere Tractor, 9220 John Deere Tractor, R4045 John Deere Sprayer, R450 John Deere Swather, 6170R John Deere Tractor, 7810 John Deere Tractor, S670 John Deere Combine, 24 Row John Deere Planter, 42' John Deere Air Seeder, Freightliner Semi Trucks
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, spray, fertilize, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Preparation of hay; mow pastures. Chemical application. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\n\nCrops: Beans; Winter Wheat; Corn
Transporting corn and wheat silage from the field to storage locations. Operating tractors and trucks to haul harvested crop. Complete routine maintenance on equipment which includes servicing and washing equipment. Complete general shop work, keep work area tidy and clean.
Participate in a variety of horticultural activities in production/care of produce, i.e. plant, weed, spray, harvest, clean produce, etc. Prepare produce for market. Operate tractor to cultivate soil. General maintenance of farm buildings/facilities/grounds. Non smoking/drinking/drug environment.
Operating large farm equipment for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting of spring crops, moving, storing, and harvesting; swathing, raking, baling hay; stacking, loading and storing hay; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
All farm related duties. i.e. farm ground maintenance, grain bin repair/cleaning. center pivot sprinkler and CAT irrigation motor maintenance. Operate a variety of machinery to harvest, plant, cultivate crops, i.e. tractor, combine, semi-truck. Build, maintain fence. Haul grain from the fields and grain bins. 1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: Wheat, corn, sorghum, soybeans, cotton, triticale
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: Operate various farm equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing, and harvesting of crops. Load/unload trucks. May involve climbing ladders, grain bins etc. Maintain/repair machinery, i.e. weld, change fluids in equipment, rotate tires, clean grain bins, wash vehicles, change brakes, check tire pressure, general maintenance, etc. Ground maintenance farm and/or housing, i.e. weed eating, mowing. Minor construction of farm structures. Maintain/clean shop area. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. This job involves manual labor, lifting, carrying, bending, and long days in the heat and cold. Rain days are typically spent in the shop repairing equipment and preparing for the next days’ work. Must communicate in English, follow instructions, and be physically capable of performing all job duties.
Drive trucks and tractors to perform a variety of crop raising duties. Field ready implements and equipment. Cultivate, harrow, fertilize, spray, and harvest crops. Operate and repair farm implements. Transport farm commodities to market. Mow/clean premises and equipment. Operate and repair irrigation equipment and other general farm labor. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 1 hour meal break.\n\nCrops: corn, wheat, milo, soybeans, alfalfa, camelina
We need seasonal workers to assist with our row crop operation where we grow wheat, corn, and soybeans. Employees will also assist with our hay production. Employees will operate farm equipment to assist with planting, spraying, and harvesting of crops as well as cutting and baling of hay. Employees will perform general maintenance and repairs on equipment. Employees will drive semi-trucks to haul crops from fields to storage. Employees will complete general farm duties, as necessary.
Employees will operate all kinds of farm equipment to assist with all aspect of planting, raising, harvesting, and hauling of crops. Job duties include but are not limited to operating equipment to plant corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton, spray crops/fields (Insecticides, Herbicides, Fungicides), and operate equipment to harvest crops (combines, grain carts, semi-trucks, cotton strippers). Employees will need to assist with pivot irrigation systems including installing, repairing and maintenance. Employees will be required to do routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Operate mowers to mow around pivots, ditches and fields where needed. May be required to assist with swathing, mowing, raking and baling hay when applicable. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion.
We need seasonal employees to assist with the spray manager to nurse water and product from farm to field. Employees will need to assist and help operate the tractors to till the soil, planter during the planting season to plant corn, wheat and minor crops and operate combines and other harvest equipment during the harvest season to harvest the crops. Employees will need to complete routine maintenance and repairs on equipment and assist in unified farmstead upkeep.
Job duties include transportation of crop protection products supporting our farming businesses; assisting with the loading of sprayers and dry fertilizer equipment; employees will operate farm equipment such as trucks, trailers, tractors, sprayers, grain carts, combines, etc.; will be loading & unloading trucks; and cleaning the storage facilities. Duties also include basic fabrication, welding, and torch work; farm property and shop maintenance; which may include mowing, tree trimming, chainsaw work, weeding, and cleaning of equipment and facilities; and mechanical repair and routine maintenance of farm equipment. Farm operations will also include harvesting, grain cart, tillage, and animal husbandry. Employees must be able to operate equipment on public roads and obtain a drivers license within 30 days of hire. Six months experience is required and basic English literacy, reading, and math skills. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on merit.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, milo, soybeans; assisting with the operation and maintenance of center pivot irrigation systems for watering crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Precision Farms is primarily a row crop grain operation. We farm 4000 acres of corn, soybeans, some alfalfa and some organic corn and soybeans. We also do some excavation work on the farm. We have 350,000 bushels of grain storage so there is a fair amount of grain trucking involved. We need seasonal employees to assist with hauling grain. Tending chemicals to the sprayer using a semi and tanker. Tending fertilizer in the fall to fields. Assist with field maintenance in the summer including operating farm equipment including a tractor, shredder, sprayer and ATV. Employees will need to do general farm duties as assigned. Will be required to do routine maintenance and repairs on equipment.
We need seasonal employees to assist with hauling and storing grain on the farm. Employees will need to load and unload grain on the farm. Must be able to assist with grain storage repairs, apply fertilizer and chemicals to fields, operate a sprayer and tender semi on the farm. Must complete equipment repairs and maintenance on the farm. Clean facility, site and vehicles on the farm. Operate a semi truck to haul grain and fertilizer on the farm. Prepare ground bunkers, clean out grain storage bins on the farm.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine and sprayer. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Mow and care for landscape on farm. \nCrops: Corn, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: We drive and operate farm machinery used to plant, cultivate, harvest, and store grain crops. We also attach farm implements such as plows, disc, and drills to our tractors. We have tractors, self-propelled combines, a sprayer, and trucks. Employees are also asked to use mowers both push and riding. We also have a seed cleaning and treating facility. Finally, we store a lot of our grain using grain bins as well as a grain bagger and augers to move grain around.
Job requires operating farm equipment, tractors, combines and sprayers to till soil, plant, cultivate, irrigate, fertilize and harvest, performing mechanical repair and maintenance and tending to livestock. Job also requires driving semi-trucks to transport product to elevator or storage area. Basic literacy reading and math skills along with 6 months experience are also required. Applicant must have or be able to obtain driver’s license. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, sprayer combine, grain cart, mower, baler for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, hay, soybeans; servicing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, soybeans, silage, corn; moving grain and oilseed crops from field to storage facilities; grain bin and auger operation; walking fields pulling off type weeds; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; assisting with calving mother cows; processing and weaning calves, backgrounding; burning brome; operating loader and skid steer; maintaining grass pasture; sorting cattle to be sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS (autosteer) for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting corn and oilseed crops; assessing field conditions and crop maturity for adjusting down pressure of openers, threshing settings of combines, and flow rate of sprayers; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Crops/Commodities: \nPotatoes. \nThis job requires a minimum of 12 months of verifiable prior experience performing duties associated with operating and performing routine maintenance on GPS equipped potato farming equipment and/or 12 months of verifiable experience repairing and maintaining electrical systems and hardware of pivots. Applicants must be able to furnish verifiable job reference(s) or comparable third party documentation from recent employer(s) establishing acceptable prior experience.\n\nDriving tractors, sprayers and planters, will plant, spray, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, sprayers, Bottom Switch plows, Grimme planters, Windrowers, line equipment with holding tanks, dry brushers, grading tables, harvesters, pumps, tilling equipment, trucks, holding tanks, case-loaders, pivots, pilers, windrowers, Dammer Dykes (cultivators) and other mechanized, electrically powered or motor-driven equipment, on farms or in farm equipment repair shops. Workers will operate the farm machinery, equipment and vehicles. Workers will be instructed in the safety and operation of the equipment before driving the equipment. Workers will be expected to be able to operate equipment, with or without direction, in a manner that protects the operator, visitors, other employees, crops, trees, facilities and equipment. Failure to comply with operating and safety standards may result in termination. This is a very demanding and competitive business in which quality specifications must be rigorously adhered to. The equipment workers will be operating and maintaining is expensive and dangerous. Workers are expected to follow the employer’s requests to not only prevent damage to the equipment, but to also prevent injuries to workers. Any equipment damaged by a worker’s failure to follow instructions or damaged due to malice will be charged to the worker. \n \nWorkers may hitch soil conditioning implements, such as plow or harrow to tractor, and operate tractor and towed implement to furrow and grade soil. Workers will drive tractors and operate designated towed machines, such as drill or manure spreader, to plant, fertilize, dust and spray crops. Prepares harvesting machine by adjusting speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head or depth of digging blades according to type, height, weight and condition of crop being harvested, and contour of terrain. Attaches towed or mounted-type harvesting machine to tractor using hand tools or drives self-propelled harvesting machine to cut, pull up, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag or bundle crops. \n \nWorkers will perform irrigation activities, including setting up and moving irrigation pipes and equipment. \n \nWorkers who perform spraying must complete all Worker Protection Standard training necessary to comply with national regulations regarding the safe application of pesticides. After completion of the WPS training, or under the supervision of a certified pesticide applicator, workers will mix and apply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers or other crop enhancing/protecting sprays as deemed necessary by management.\n\nWhile the workers main duties are associated with operation of the potato growing equipment, workers will also be required to perform routine maintenance on the equipment, as well. Examines and listens to machines, motors, gasoline and diesel engines and equipment for operational defects and dismantles defective units, using hand-tools. Repairs or replaces defective parts, using hand tools and shop tools. Workers will replace components, such as carburetors, fuel pumps, generators, ignition points and spark plugs. Reassembles, adjusts and lubricates machines and equipment to ensure efficient operation. May install and repair wiring and motors to maintain farm electrical system.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as tractor, sprayer, combine, planter, drill for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as hay, wheat, corn, silage; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; receiving stocker calves in March; processing calves, feeding calves, and preparing pasture in April; turning calves to pasture, maintaining fences and watering/feeding facilities, processing calves May-September; pulling calves off grass at dormancy, selling calves, and placing the remaining small calves in lots in October; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS (autosteer) for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, silage; moving crops and inputs between storage and farm machinery such as planters, tractors, sprayers; push manure into piles, move to be spread on fields as fertilizer; grain bin and auger operation; walking fields pulling off type weeds; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, milo; operating and maintenance of irrigation systems; grain bin and auger operation; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and moving from field to storage; assist with cattle on grass pasture, administer medicine, water, maintain pasture, wean calves, sort calves to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Assisting with cow/calf operation, calving baby calves from mother cows and heifers, vaccinating, ear tagging, branding, feeding, and supplementing baby calves; moving calves to market to be sold; operating farm equipment for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, harvesting of grain and oilseed crops; moving crops to storage; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as soybeans, silage; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; scrape, push, spread manure; assemble, erect and maintain ag facilities and holding areas, operate skid loader, tie rebar, pour concrete; assisting with calving mother cows and heifers ; weaning, processing calves ; sorting cattle to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment equipped with GPS (auto guidance), such as tractors, combines, sprayers, for transporting grain from farm to elevator, cultivating, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large John Deere farm equipment and machinery equipped with Greenstar GPS tractor, sprayer, combine, planter, drill, grain cart for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans; assisting with installation, operation, maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; driving farm vehicle.
Crops/Commodities: \nperennial grass, deciduous shrubs, herbaceous perennials. \nPerform manual and mechanized tasks associated with the indoor and outdoor production of horticultural products. Plant, cultivate, and maintain nursery stock, shrubs, bedding plants, plugs, liners, hanging baskets, greenhouse-grown specialty plants, and other horticultural varieties. Prepare fields/soil for planting. Plant/propagate plants. Remove cull stock, debris, tree stumps, brush, ferns, vines and other growth from planting area using hand tools or mechanized equipment (rakes, shovels, hoes, tractors, mattocks, brush hooks and/or axes). Plant/pot seedlings or ‘liners’ by hand or mechanical planter, fill and label trays, and move product to/from greenhouses and loading/unloading areas. Crimp wire baskets. Attach hangers to baskets and hang throughout holding houses. Move containerized plants using rolling/electric carts. Load/unload trucks and product from conveyor belt. Install/remove plastic coverings. Perform general plant maintenance. Irrigate and apply fertilizer or other chemicals. Maintain irrigation systems. Train, prune, trim, shear, space, transplant and cull plants to ensure availability of marketable products. Tie/position plants by tying or wrapping as necessary. Pack, label, tag, pull, sort, and store plants by variety. Crimp wire baskets.\n\nWork on production line to pack product by hand or with mechanized equipment, including but not limited to bagging machines, bin feeders, box machines, labeling machines, regular and high stacking forklifts. Pack/bunch/bundle product pursuant to supervisor instructions. Fill bins/trays and other containers with product, level bins, and prepare product for shipment to market or storage. Perform quality control on inbound/outbound loads. Follow quality control standards and production procedures. Handle product carefully to prevent damage. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Palletize and stack boxes/containers. Move product to storage areas and/or loading areas to prepare for shipping. Keep material and product records accurately. Assist with regular maintenance on equipment. Clean/sanitize work station and equipment.\n\nInstall/maintain irrigation systems and water lines. Move and install irrigation pipes and equipment. Dig and maintain ditches. Install and remove levee gates. \n\nApply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other crop protectants. Apply fertilizers, plant growth chemicals, conditioners, and other plant related treatments at the correct times depending on plant type, growth, climate and crop conditions.\n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Bending, stooping and kneeling required. Use hand tools including but not limited to hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with farm building/field maintenance and repairs. Build/repair fences.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when plants are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS (auto guidance) for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as corn, soybeans, milo, wheat, hay on a no till operation; operate Case IH sprayer; drive truck and grain cart at harvest; turbo tilling; maintaining equipment and making in field repairs; swathing, raking, baling hay; winterizing and storing equipment; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operate self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between work sites. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. Require 3 months experience and a regular driver’s license
We need seasonal employees to assist with the planting, fertilizing and harvesting of crops during the early spring until late fall. Employees will do a combination of duties which includes operating combines, tractors and trucks to plant and harvest corn. Employees will transport harvested crops to storage facilities. Employees will be required to do routine maintenance and repairs on equipment.
We need seasonal help with planting, maintaining and harvesting of our seasonal crops including corn, milo, wheat and alfalfa. Employees will need to operate farm equipment and do routine maintenance on equipment. Employees will also need to haul harvested products to storage bins and elevators.
This employee must be able to perform duties such as: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Use fertilizer rig pulled behind a tractor to fertilize fields. Employee will be able to help maintain pivot irrigation systems, such as changing tires, fixing nozzles, and troubleshooting breakdowns on the system. Must be able to learn our grain bagging and grain bin storage system, including the use of a grain auger and leg, as well as the use of our grain bag loader and unloader. These skills will be taught. Must be able to tow harvesting equipment and drive and operate combine and the grain cart. Must be able to apply general lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. This employee will drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. The job will include maintenance/mowing/trimming of grass around farmsteads and fields with a lawnmower or small tractor. Employee will also be able to run a forklift in our shop and help with maintenance of all farm shop buildings.\n\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Sunflower, Wheat\n\nEquipment: John Deere Tractors, Case Tractor, John Deere Combines, Case Combine, John Deere Sprayer, Semi-Trucks, Bagger, Bag Unloader, Grain Auger, John Deere Planter, Strip Till Machine, Fertilizer Band Injection Machine, Irrigation Pivot, Forklift, Pickups\n\n
Crops/Commodities: Fertilizer application, drive trucks and operate heavy duty farm equipment to apply fertilizer and crop chemicals to fields. Operate equipment to agitate and transfer fertilizer in storage tanks and bins. Loading and unloading of grain and agronomy products. Apply fertilizer and crop chemicals in field in safe and efficient manner via spray equipment and trucks. Monitor high pressure hose and pump engines while fertilizer is transferred from tanks to farms via truck in field. Workers could drive tractors and operate designated towing machines (trucks, pick-ups) for operation if equipment such as fertilizer tanks, application toolbars, to fertilize crops or transfer grain. Workers may also haul fertilizer and water via tankers from farm to field or tank farm (warehouse) to field. Use power equipment including but not limited to tractors of various horsepower, mowers, plows, UTV. Seed operations; operation of seed handling equipment, load seed tenders & delivery of seed. Soil Sampling: soil collection, safely operate ATV, probe soil in producer’s fields, bag soil & deliver soil to CVA location. Service farm machinery, pump engines, trucks and trailers make in-field repairs. service/repairs includes but is not limited to: fueling, changing filters, inspecting for wear and or failure, lubricating grease points, inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, tire air pressures, belt and conveyer chain tensions, radiator and filter function, and brake performance, removing and replacing tires, wheels, bearings, belts, wear parts, filters, brake shoes, wheel seals, suspension parts, lights and lenses and chain or chain links. Welding and metal fabrication to repair equipment or create equipment also applicable. Move farm equipment sprayers and drive trucks between worksites. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Assist with building field maintenance and repairs. All workers will be responsible for picking up trash, cleaning equipment, mowing grass, delivering and receiving goods and supplies, sweeping floors and other farm sanitation duties. Power wash or rinse out/off fertilizer application equipment between work sites and after worksite job completion. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 50 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must obey all safety rules and basic instructions and be able to recognize, understand and comply with safety, pesticide warning/re-entry and other essential postings. Employer will instruct workers in the safety and operation of equipment before use. Workers must operate equipment in a manner that protects operator, visitors, other workers, products, trees, crops and equipment. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. All machinery and equipment to be cleaned after use. Employer may provide pay increases for performance and experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Operate self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain, alfalfa and silage crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and height of cutting head using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crops. Service machinery and make in-field repairs. Drive heavy trucks to transport crops to storage facilities. Drive transporter truck to haul harvesting equipment between work locations.
Job opening is a position of grain crew truck driver which drives trucks to support grain cutter to load and haul grain to bagger or storage area. Job requires having mechanical and maintenance skills. Applicant must have or be able to obtain CDL driver’s license. 6 months experience required. Increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Winter Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain, hay, and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Services machinery, and makes in field repairs. Driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Makes in field repairs. driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, spray, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as planter, grain bagger, grain bag unloader, grain cart, strip till rig and drill to tractor. Spray herbicides; plant and spray crops. Tow harvesting and seeding equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Monitor and maintain center pivot irrigation equipment. Operate strip till rig. May need to assist with farm building construction. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Farmstead care such as mowing and building repairs. Operate loader and 6-way blade for field road and field maintenance. Operating ATV's and various utility equipment. Rodent control. Weed control in pastures. \n\nCrops: Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Wheat\n\nEquipment: Large MFWD tractorSmall articulating 4WD tractor24 row (60') planters with bulk hoppers50' air seeder120 foot self propelled sprayerCombinesGrain CartStrip Till RigsGrain baggerGrain bag unloaderSemi tractorsGrain TrailersSprayer Tender TrailerSeed tenderAugers
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, planting, moving, storing, fertilizing, lifting 75# seed bags, harvesting of grain and silage; swathing, raking, baling and transporting hay via truck or tractor with trailer attached; assisting with livestock, moving of dry cows, vaccinating, branding, ear tagging, feeding supplements; irrigation; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, spray, fertilize, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Fertilize fields using a sprayer. Operate grain storage facility. All other jobs related to grain storage, clean bins, operate auger, leg or pit. Lubricate and incidental repair to farm machinery. Mow and maintain work sites using weed eater and lawnmower. Prepare fields for planting using a sweep, rippers, field conditioners. Haul fuel and keep equipment fueled. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Wheat\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Grain Trucks
Assist with all daily functions of farm and field duties, including, but not limited to 1) Daily support and participation in field operations, i.e. equipment operations to accomplish planting, spraying, harvesting, etc. 2) Machinery cleaning, maintenance, repair, and field preparation 3) Grain handling. Maintenance, repair, and cleaning of augers, trucks, bins, bags, and associated equipment 4) Hauling of farm commodities 5) Hauling of herbicides, fertilizer, seed, and other products 6) Minor construction projects\n7) Occasional assistance with livestock management and fence maintenance 8) Hauling of manure from feed wards to fields 9) Mow premises (including employee housing) and clean equipment 10) Other duties as assigned.\nCrops: Wheat, corn, sorghum\n\n1 hour lunch break offered.\n\nMore hours may be required during planting and harvest season.
Tractor/truck operation and maintenance. General repair work including welding. Combine operation and maintenance. Loading and unloading on-farm grain storage. Planting, fertilizing, harvesting. Wheel loader and backhoe operation. Fence construction and maintenance. Other miscellaneous duties as necessary.\n\nCrops: wheat, corn, soybeans, milo
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n\nCrops: Corn, Soy Beans, Wheat\n\nEquipment: Irrigated and Dryland Farm that utilizes; sprinklers, Caterpillar and Cummins irrigation motors, John Deere Equipment with various implements.\n\n
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nEquipment: 4-wheel drive tractors, 2-wheel drive tractors, semis, tele-handler, skidsteer, Sprayer, combine, tractor and planter, tractor and drill, pick ups, ATVs\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Wheat
Prepare farm ground and equipment for the planting season. Prepare, operate and maintain farming equipment in order to plant, fertilize, harvest and haul corn, wheat, pinto bean, soybean, milo and alfalfa crops. Operate, maintain and repair irrigation systems. Complete general farming duties such as servicing equipment, shop work and maintenance to farm ground, buildings and equipment. Prepare farm equipment and facility for the end of the season. 6 months of grain farming and Ag equipment operator, experience required. Must be able to obtain a drivers license in 30 days.
Operate large scale, custom class harvesting machinery to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, hay; drive trucks to transport crops to storage areas; move harvest equipment between worksites; complete routine maintenance and mechanical repairs on trucks, trailers, and harvesting equipment.
Responsible for mixing product(s) to be sprayed and completing the task of spraying, safely and efficiently. Obtain and maintain all required applicator certifications. Obtain and follow the scheduled list of product(s) to be sprayed on specific fields. Perform pre-operating check of sprayer and all application equipment. Utilize all equipment technology to effectively apply chemicals, fertilizers, and manure. Efficiently and effectively operate sprayer in the field. Transport equipment as requested. Clean sprayer and all equipment as needed. Follow all SOP’s and safety guidelines. Communicate with supervisor regarding equipment repairs and technology needs. Complete and submit all required paperwork. Maintain a Class A commercial driver’s license. Two-years experience as a sprayer operator. Must be able to drive and operate a tracker with two years of experience.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine & silage cutting machine. Perform a variety of duties such as lubricating and repairing farm machinery and driving grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Maintain truck and paperwork concerning truck.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. Crops: wheat, corn, milo
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine and sprayer. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Center pivot irrigation system and motor maintenance. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area.\nEquipment: tractor, combine, sprayer, trucks, irrigation systems\nCrops: Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat
We need seasonal employees to operate self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Employees will need to adjust speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. They must change cutting heads as appropriate for crop. After harvest they will haul silage to feed-yard. Drive trucks to haul harvested crops to storage locations. Employees will need to do routine maintenance and repairs on equipment.
Operating various pieces of farm equipment and machinery required in operating a large grain and hay operation, including, but not limited to; cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, spraying, harvesting, moving, storing, re-banding, and shipping of agriculture crops. Maintenance and repair of all types of farm, irrigation, and grain handling equipment, supporting equipment, and upkeep of farm and related facilities.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment for planting, spraying and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Operate/repair irrigation equipment. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 30-minute meal break.\n\nPossible deductions from pay: income taxes, if W4 is signed.
Drive trucks to deliver fertilizer to fields and haul grain from field to market. May assist in harvesting, spraying, planting, cultivating of crops (corn, wheat, milo, sunflowers). Field ready implements and equipment repairs. 30-minute meal break. On-call 24 hours a day is possible depending on harvest and weather sensitive jobs.
Clawson Ranch Partnership is a diversified dryland and irrigated farm. Crops grown include corn, soybeans, milo, wheat, cotton and hay (sudangrass). Employees will need to plant, spray and harvest crop. Job duties will include all aspects of farming which includes tractor driving, pulling various implements like a fertilizer rig, or a planter, irrigation sprinkler maintenance and repair, maintenance and repair of other equipment. Will need to utilize computer monitors in the farming equipment, transporting diesel, seed and chemicals. Complete other routine farm duties. Must have experience operating and maintaining center pivot irrigation systems. Previous experience operating large tractors and heavy-duty farm equipment.
Operates self-propelled custom harvesting machines to harvest corn. Adjusts speed cutter, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Haul silage to feed yard. Do infield repairs and maintenance on equipment.
Operating large John Deere farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems; closing pivot tracks; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest, haul, and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc, drill, and grain cart to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine and sprayer. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Mowing, general facility cleanup, and miscellaneous farm tasks and responsibilities. \nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Winter Wheat\nEquipment: JD S670 CombineJD Self-Propelled SprayerJD 8360R TractorJD 7810 Tractor with loaderJD 1770 NT 24 Row 30 PlanterJD 1890 CCS 40 Ft Air SeederJD Tillage EquipmentPeterbilt 379 Semi TrucksGrain, feed, tanker, and flat bed trailersFork LiftsCenter Pivot Irrigation Circles
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. Must be able to perform a variety of duties including harvesting, delivering seed and fertilizer, checking irrigation systems, hooking and unhooking implements, inspecting equipment, mowing, etc. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Determine productivity and performance of various applications of seed, fertilizer and chemicals.\n\nEquipment: Brand new John Deere S780 combines with 40' heads, Brand new John Deere 8370R tractors, Brand new John Deere 9520RX tractor, Nice Peterbilt trucks, TL irrigation center pivots, Zimmatic Irrigation center pivots\n\nCrops: Cotton, Beans, Corn, Milo, Winter Wheat
We need seasonal employees to assist with our crop production season. Must be able to operate tractors to cultivate, plant, fertilizer and harvest crops. Must be able to operate a combine, tractor and grain cart and drive a semi-truck and trailer to get crops from field to elevators/storage bins. Must be able to complete daily maintenance of irrigation systems including engines to pump water. Center pivot sprinkler system knowledge to operate and repair sprinklers. Must be able to do routine maintenance and repairs on trucks, trailers, combines, tractors, sprayers, pickups and other farm equipment. Must have experience spraying crops and operating a sprayer. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites. Services machinery, and makes in field repairs. Driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, milo, silage; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; assisting with vaccinating, ear tagging, supplements and feeding of livestock; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; sorting calves to be taken to market; assisting with operation of irrigation; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Job requires operating farm equipment including, but not limited to, tractors with various implements, combines, and sprayers to till soil and prepare land and plant, irrigate, cultivate, fertilize & harvest crops. Job also requires using hand tools in fields and performing mechanical repair and maintenance on farm equipment. Pay increase or bonus may be possible based on experience and merit.
We need seasonal employees to plant, spray, apply pesticides/fertilizers and harvest crops. These crops include corn, wheat, and alfalfa. Employees will help in alfalfa operation by swath, rake and pick up bales. Help with daily equipment maintenance including washing. Employees will work with irrigation equipment and systems. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Â Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks and/ or semi trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Must have some knowledge or be able to be taught to work on irrigation sprinklers. Must have some mechanical knowledge and welding experience. \n\nEquipment: Tractors, combine, semi trucks, planter, disc\n\nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Sorghum, Wheat
Crops/Commodities: \nfield and container nursery stock. \nThis job requires a minimum of three months of prior experience working in a nursery, fruit or vegetable farm, handling both manual and machine tasks associated with commodity production and harvest activities. Disc, cultivate, mow, cut, and weed fields. Perform ditching, shoveling, hoeing, hauling, ground preparation, and other manual tasks. Bending, stooping and kneeling required. Use hand tools including but not limited to hand pruners, ladders, hoes, shovels, shears, clippers, loppers, and saws. Lift, carry, and load/unload products or supplies. Use power equipment including but not limited to: tractors, planters, mowers, plows, sprayers, cultivators, power shears, chain saws, high lifts, fork lifts, skid loaders. Must operate agricultural equipment safely, with or without direction. \n\nPrepare fields/soil for planting. Remove cull stock, debris, tree stumps, brush, ferns, vines and other growth from planting area using tractor, mattocks, brush hooks and/or axes. Plant, cultivate and maintain nursery stock and/or bedding plants in condition for shipping and sale to customers. Pot seedlings or ‘liners’ by hand or mechanical planter. Propagate plants from cuttings. Perform general plant maintenance. Prune, trim, space, transplant and cull plants to ensure availability of marketable products. Irrigate and apply fertilizer. Pack, label, tag, pull, and store plants by variety. Count, grade, and inventory plants. Prepare plants for digging by tying or wrapping as necessary. Dig plants. Drum lacing and quarter lacing. Wrap burlap or other covering around root balls and secure with twine and/or staples. Crimp wire baskets. Package, rack and load containerized nursery stock for transplant and unload other supplies, such as, palletized fertilizers.Must understand nursery quality control standards and have working knowledge of production procedures. Must harvest crops according to specific standards. Must select and harvest crops pursuant to customer needs. Products must be handled carefully to prevent damage. Prepare greenhouses for winter. Operate greenhouse controls, such as, boilers and heaters. Perform general maintenance of nursery grounds and buildings, fixing ditches, erosion control, planting and maintaining landscape beds and trial gardens. Trench irrigation lines, install irrigation lines. Troubleshoot irrigation heads, unblock irrigation heads.\n\nWork is done in the field for long periods of time. Workers may assist in handling product weighing up to 60 pounds and lifting to a height of 5 feet. Workers must work on their feet in bent positions for long periods of time. Work requires repetitive movements and extensive walking. \n\nWork required in fields when plants are wet with dew and rain, and may be required during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours can range from 10 to over 100 degrees F. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Workers should be able to do the work required with or without reasonable accommodations. \nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Shorts, bathing suits or other casual clothing not permitted. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work. \n\nEmployer requires all newly-hired employees to take and pass an employer-paid drug test before starting work. Drug test not required for prospective applicants prior to hiring decision. All testing is conducted uniformly after an initial job offer has been extended and accepted by the new hire.
Outdoor work manually planting, cultivating, and harvesting grapes and the vineyard farm. Water, spray, fertilize, weed, and think new and existing vines. Operate tractors, bobcats, and other machinery as required.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \n \nList of equipment: Trucks, Combine, Tractor, Rakes, Swathers, Loaders, Balers.\n\nCrops: Alfalfa, Corn, Milo, Soy Beans, Wheat
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Maintain flood and sprinkler irrigation systems. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Help with seeding. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. 30 minute meal break.\n\nCrops: wheat, corn, milo
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store potatoes. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate potatoes. Tow harvesting equipment. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive potato trucks to transport potatoes to elevator or storage area.\nEquipment: Tractors, Trucks, Tillage Potato handling and processing equipment, Forklifts, Service Vehicles\nCrops: Potatoes
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, triticale, corn, alfalfa, sorghum, soybeans; adjust settings of harvesting machinery; operate pack tractor, load crops into trucks, drive truck to transport crops to storage area; drives harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm worker; Crop | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nFlores Farms , Manhattan, KS, Riley\n\nPossible shift: 9:00AM-6:00PM. 40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables, Plants. Duties may include: Manual plant, hoe, weed, irrigate, clean, spray, load/unload grain bins & trucks; till soil & apply fertilizers; transplant, weed, thin, prune, cultivate, harvest field crops; apply pesticides; clean, pack, & load harvested products, deliver products and sell products at market, post harvest cleanup, may construct trellises, repair fences & farm buildings & other related Farm worker; Crop activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Farm equipment exp. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 75lbs (possible 2-person); may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area. Tools supplies and equipment provided at no cost to worker. Employer guarantees 3/4 of contract. Work outdoors, exposed to weather, hot or cold; hours may vary (+/-); possible downtimes and/or extended hours. Dependable: fulfill obligations. Attn. to detail: complete work tasks. Employer provided housing available to those who cannot reasonably return to their residence within the same day. Cell phone use allowable during designated breaks. \n\n Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. Based on Employer's discretion/cost: Worker may have random drug/alcohol testing during employment: positive test/ refusal to abide = dismissal. Worker has 3 days from date of hire to show legal authorization to work in the United States. Cash advances may apply at employer discretion. \n\n
Set up, move, and maintain siphon, flood, drip, and pivot irrigation system. Use hand tools to clean irrigation ditches. By hand, hoe onions, corn, and wheat. Harvest onions. Clean maintain storage bins, sheds, and shops. Operate, regular maintenance and routine repair of combine and onion harvester. Operate, maintain and repair farm tractors and equipment. Able to drive a tractor and carpentry work (such as building crates and pallets).
Job requires driving tractors and operating large farm equipment to till soil, plant, harvest crops, apply fertilizer, & operate sprayer as well as driving semi-trucks to transport product to storage elevators. Performing maintenance on irrigation equipment will also be required along with 6 months experience. Applicant must have or be able to obtain driver’s license within 30 days after hire. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Winter pruning apple and peach trees, hand thinning apple and peaches. Operating tractors, spray equipment, and orchard mowers. Spraying fruit trees, berries, and pumpkins. Weed removal in orchard. Building fence and trellis in and around orchard. Picking apples, peaches, berries, and pumpkins. Working in pack house to process fruit. Must be able to lift 50lbs. Most of the work is outdoor in all types of weather. \n\nCrops: apples, peaches, black berries, pumpkins
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops; assisting with vaccinating, supplementing and feeding of livestock; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; weaning calves; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; sorting calves to be taken to market; assisting with irrigation equipment operation and maintenance; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Perform primary duties on a farm for a farm like: Drive and operate farm equipment for the planting, maintaining, and harvesting of crops in fields. During planting, this would include attaching, moving, and/or operating equipment including tractors with planters and air seeders attached; sprayers for maintaining weed suppression before and immediately after planting. During the growing season, we would need field scouting to assess watering, weed and insecticide needs; mixing, loading, and filling the sprayer; reporting and maintaining accurate records. During harvest, the workers would be responsible for attaching, moving, and/or operating harvesting equipment such as self-propelled combines, grain carts attached to tractors, and drive semi-trucks to grain facilities. Mend fences. Secondary tasks include: dirt work with the skid loaders, dirt scrapers, and loaders; nutrient application; maintaining field equipment; loading, moving and baling native grasses; tree removal and weed suppression in native grasses. \n\nEquipment: Our operation uses tractors, sprayers, combines and swathers.
Perform the following primary duties on a farm for a farmer like: assist with the installation and repair of agricultural irrigation systems on farms. Assist with the installation and repair of feedlot/dairy, fresh water and wastewater drainage systems including pumps, discharge piping, underground piping and valving on farms. Effectively operate support equipment such as backhoes, loaders, pump rigs, cranes, trucks on farms. \n\nSecondary tasks performed on the farm for the farmer include: maintain equipment and tools, maintain inventory, complete daily work reports/data sheets, read and understand instructions/maps of worksites. Package and load supplies, equipment and material onto semi at headquarters and drive to the farms listed on Addendum B of the ETA 790A. Ensure safety of the crew, materials and equipment, compile vehicle inspection reports and perform regular maintenance and repairs on equipment and tools. Must be able to communicate with crew efficiently and effectively.
Operate harvesting machines and support equipment to harvest crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers, conveyors, and weight of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drive heavy truck to transport produce to elevator or storage area. Drive truck to haul harvesting machines and support equipment between work sites. Clean and service harvest machines and support equipment; make in-field repairs as needed. \nCrops: wheat, soybeans, milo, corn, canola, millet, rye, durum\n\nThe employer will provide at no cost to workers an effective means of communicating with persons capable of responding to the workers needs in case of an emergency.
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to: operating various equipment for harvesting of crops, truck driving, drilling, planting, hauling and spreading manure, spraying, property maintenance, machinery maintenance, and repair; grain handling; minor construction projects; livestock care and maintenance; property barrier maintenance; and other miscellaneous duties assigned.\n\nCrops: wheat, corn, milo
Assist with daily farm functions including but not limited to the following: operate various equipment (combines, tractors, trucks, semi's, etc.) for planting, spraying, cultivating, fertilizing and harvesting of crops. Maintain/repair machinery. Grain handling, hauling farm commodities. Minor farm construction projects. Maintain farm grounds/mow. Other miscellaneous duties assigned. This job involves manual labor, lifting, carrying, long days in the heat. Rain days are typically spent in the shop repairing equipment and preparing for the next days work. Crops: corn, wheat, milo\n\nEmployer may offer cell phone plan and/or provide basic cell phone to workers.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Ag Equipment Operators | SOC Code: 45-2091\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nDeines-Pollan Services, LLC, Scott City, KS, Scott City\n\nPossible shift: 8:00AM-6:00PM. 45+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Wheat, Milo, Corn, Soybeans. Duties may include: May operate all farm equipment including: tractors, combines, sprayers, fertilizer spreaders, mowers, skid steers, and semi's. Will operate conveyors for loading and unloading trucks. Assist with property maintenance involving: mowing, cleaning working areas, maintaining equipment and tools. Assist with fieldwork involving drilling, planting, tilling, and harvesting corn, sorghum, wheat, and soybeans. Driving necessary to assist with moving of larger equipment. Must be able to obtain CDL & other related Ag Equipment Operators activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Farm equipment exp. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 100lbs (possible 2-person); may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area. Tools supplies and equipment provided at no cost to worker. Employer guarantees 3/4 of contract. Work outdoors, exposed to weather, hot or cold; hours may vary (+/-); possible downtimes and/or extended hrs. Dependable: fulfill obligations. Attn. to detail: complete work tasks. Employer provided housing available to those who cannot reasonably return to their residence within the same day. No cell phone use during work hours. \n\nMust be able to obtain a drivers license. Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. Worker has 3 days from date of hire to show legal authorization to work in the United States. Cash advances may apply at employer discretion. \n\n
Prepare fields for planting. Pick rocks and operate tractors to till the soil. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, harvest and haul grain and soybean crops. Maintain irrigation system. Bale and stack hay. Service and repair farm machinery. General farm upkeep duties such as facility maintenance and shop work.
We farm 1,500 acres of triticale, corn, and alfalfa. Employees will need to operate farm equipment to assist with all aspects of raising these crops including swathing, baling, and harvesting forages. Employees will need to assist with installing, maintaining, and repairing irrigation systems. Haul harvested crops to storage, Employees will need to complete routine repairs and maintenance on equipment. Employer may provide pay increases for performance, longevity and/or experience at employer’s discretion. Employer may provide performance bonuses at the end of the contract at the employer’s discretion.
Calve out calves during the calving season. Vaccinate, medicate and treat for seasonal sicknesses. Care for newborn calves and nursing mothers during the spring months when they require additional care due to fluctuating temperatures and seasonal sickness. Branding or tagging calves. Operate farming equipment in order to plant, spray, fertilize, harvest and haul small grain, soybean, alfalfa and cotton commodities. Maintain and repair irrigation systems. Bale, transport and stack hay. Build and repair fencing. Move cattle to and from summer grazing pastures. General farm duties such as servicing equipment, facility maintenance and shop work.
We produce grain and baled forages like alfalfa, straw, corn stalks to name a few. Employee will need to operate combines, silage choppers, trucks, tractors and loaders as needed. Employee must be able to complete routine repairs and maintenance on Claas choppers and combines, John Deere tractors, harvest trucks and other farm equipment. Must be able to work with center pivot irrigation, managing, maintaining and budget water rights. Employee will need to spread manure on fields. Employer may pay performance-based incentive bonuses at the end of the contract period at the employer's discretion. Employer may provide pay increases based on performance and longevity.
Operates self propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oil seed crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blower and conveyors and height of cutting head using hand tools. changes cutting head as appropriate for crop. Drives heavy truck to transport product to elevator or storage area. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. 3 month farm work experience.
Position will operate custom harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain as well as change cutting heads as appropriate for crop & service machinery. Job requires driving semi-trucks to transport equipment & product to storage area. 6 months experience is required. Applicant must have or be able to obtain CDL. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Job requires driving tractors and operating large farm equipment to till soil, plant, & harvest crops. The job also requires applying fertilizer & operating a sprayer along with semi-trucks to transport product to storage elevators. 6 months experience is required and the applicant must have or be able to obtain driver’s license within 30 days after hire. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Drive trucks and tractors to perform a variety of crop raising duties. Field ready implements and equipment. Cultivate, harrow, fertilize, plant, spray, and harvest crops. Operate, repair farm implements. Transport farm commodities to market. Mow/clean premises and equipment. Other misc. duties assigned.\nCrops: wheat, corn, sorghum, triticale
Crops/Commodities: \nwheat, corn, soybeans and milo. \nDrive tractors and balers, and operate other mechanized farm equipment to plant, cultivate, and harvest grain, hay, and/or oilseed crops. Perform manual and mechanized tasks including but not limited to: bushhogging fields; disking; aerating; seeding (using mechanical drills and seeders); fertilizing, weed spraying, mowing, tedding, raking, baling, and stacking. Operate grain carts. \n\nMow, cut, and weed fields. Prepare and/or clear land for planting using mechanized or hand equipment to remove trash, rocks, or other debris or material that may interfere with planting or harvesting activities. Level land by moving dirt and other materials. Equipment may include tractors, dozers, planters, mowers, plows, sprayers, cultivators, power shears, chainsaws, bobcats, skid loaders, high lifts, and trucks or other vehicles. \n\nManipulate controls to set, activate, and adjust mechanisms on machinery. Adjust speeds of cutters, blowers, and conveyors and height of cutting head. Clean, adjust, repair, and perform routine service on equipment (e.g., lubricating grease points, inspecting and maintaining fluid levels, checking belt and conveyor tensions, and maintaining tires, wheels, bearings, belts, and other wear parts). Repair or replace defective parts. Attach farm implements (e.g., plows, harrows, discs, sprayers) using hand tools. May assist with other general farm maintenance or repairs.\n\nInstall/maintain irrigation systems and water lines. Move and install irrigation pipes and equipment. Dig and maintain ditches. Install and remove levee gates. \n\nApply pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and other crop protectants. Apply fertilizers, plant growth chemicals, conditioners, and other plant related treatments at the correct times depending on plant type, growth, climate and crop conditions.\n\nWorkers must operate all equipment properly and in a manner that protects operator, others, the employer’s products and property. Failure to comply with safety requirements and operating instructions may result in disciplinary action up to and including immediate termination.\n\nMust wear assigned personal protective equipment when required. Must report for work daily wearing work clothing and boots or other durable foot wear. Workers wearing clothing inappropriate for work will not be permitted to start work.\n\nOutdoor work required when plants are wet, or during light rain, snow, moderate winds, direct sun, high humidity and extreme temperatures. Temperatures in fields during working hours may vary. Workers may be required to work during occasional showers not severe enough to stop field operations. Allergies to ragweed, goldenrod, honey bees, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, or related chemicals may affect a worker’s ability to perform the job. Work is done outdoors for long periods of time and requires prolonged periods of standing and/or walking, repetitive movements, and frequent bending and/or stooping. Workers must be able to handle, lift, and carry heavy or bulky objects (product, containers) in accordance with the specified lifting requirements. \n\nEmployer-paid post-hire random and upon suspicion drug testing required. \n\nEmployer requires all newly hired employees to take and pass an employer-paid background check. All background checks are conducted uniformly after an initial job offer has been extended and accepted by the new hire. Applicants found to have felony convictions (including, but not limited to assault, child molestation, sex or drug-related convictions) will be immediately terminated out of concern for general public safety, and paid for all hours worked between the first date of employment and the date of termination, if any. In the case of a non-local worker who is terminated for cause resulting from findings of the background check, the employer will arrange least-cost transportation to the worker's place of recruitment, at the worker's expense.
Operating large mostly JD farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as 40' air seeder, 120' sprayer, S series combines for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, soybeans, milo, corn; operating and grain bin and auger operation; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; sell calves off mother cows, haul cows to corn stalks for grazing; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Performs duties like: drive and operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, harvest and store grain crops. Attach farm implements, such as plow, disc and drill to tractor. Till soil; plant and cultivate grain. Tow harvesting equipment. Drive and operate self-propelled combine. General lubrication, service (check fluids) and mechanical repair to farm machinery. Drive grain trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. \nCrops - Corn, Sorghum, Soy Beans, Wheat
Job duties include but are not limited to the following: Maintain sprinkler irrigation and pumping systems. Operate and repair farm equipment. Perform maintenance and repair of farm equipment including servicing equipment and welding/repairing/building as required. Drive trucks in support of spraying application equipment and harvest activities. Operate spraying equipment.\n\nCrops: Corn, Wheat, Sorghum, Sunflowers
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, rye; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; assisting with spring calving mother cows and heifers, processing cattle and feeding of livestock; sorting cattle to be taken to market and sold; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Job duties include but are not limited to: Assist with calving, caring for cows on cornstalks (fence, hauling water), freeze branding, bull sale preparation, spring pasture turnout (permanent pasture fence and hotwire, cleaning waters, mineral), setting up cows for breeding, calf vaccination and health checks. Help move cows, precondition, pregnancy checks on cows, and wean calves. Fix/rebuild fence and pipe bunks. Operate a loader, skid steer, and driving/operating other equipment and vehicles as need. Swathing, baling, and hauling hay.\n\nCrops: cows, calves, bulls, hay
Job requires the operation of tractors, large farm equipment and semi-trucks. The job also includes caring for, feeding, calving, weaning, tending to the feedlots of our livestock, and caring for cow and calf pairs. Must be able to perform mechanical repairs and maintenance and have 6 months experience. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on merit.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Nursery Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nSedan Floral, Inc., Sedan, KS, Chautauqua\n\nPossible shift: 8:00AM-4:00PM. 35-40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Annuals, Greenery, Foliage, Perennials, Vines. Duties may include: start plants, take cuttings, transplant, place rows of flats on floor, space plants to cultivate, mow, grow, re-space as reqd. Clean-up. Load/unload carts. Push flats over conveyor rollers onto table turning frame. Transfer flats-racks. May perform groundskeeping of facility. Manual, motorized tool use all day. Quality Control applies: Transplant rate: not less than 50 flats or 60 bskts per hr. Load: not less than 4 full cart equivalent loads/hr. Dump, recycle flats not less than 75 flats or 100 bskts per hr & other related Nursery Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). On-the-job training provided. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 50lbs; may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area.50lbs. Tools supplies and equipment provided at no cost to worker. Employer guarantees 3/4 of contract. Work outdoors, exposed to weather, hot or cold; hrs may vary (+/-); possible downtimes and/or extended hrs. Dependable: fulfill obligations. Attn. to detail: complete work tasks. Employer provided housing available to those who cannot reasonably return to their residence within the same day. Cell phone use allowable during designated breaks. \n\n Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. Based on Employer's discretion/cost: Worker may have random drug/alcohol testing during employment: positive test/ refusal to abide = dismissal. Worker has 3 days from date of hire to show legal authorization to work in the United States. Cash advances may apply at employer discretion. \n\n
Job duties include assisting with the cow/calf operation which includes; calving, working cattle, checking cattle, feeding cattle, and providing necessary care for livestock. Duties also may include operating tractors for the purpose of planting and harvesting crops. Employees will be operating farm equipment and machinery such as pick-ups and feed trucks. They must be able to perform mechanical repair, maintenance, general farm duties, have 3 months of experience, and the ability to obtain a driver's license within 30 days of hire. Increase or bonus may be possible depending on experience and merit.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery, some equipped with GPS, such as combine, truck, grain cart, and tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, soybeans, milo, corn; auguring grain and grain bin maintenance; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting, harvesting and transporting grain & oilseed crops; swathing, raking, and baling hay; stacking, loading and transporting hay and grain; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Ag Equipment Operator | SOC Code: 45-2091\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nTop Gun Ag, LLC, Kiowa County, KS, Haviland\n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-8:00PM. 50+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Corn, Soy Beans, Wheat. Duties may include: Irrigate soil, using portable pipes or ditch systems, and maintain ditches or pipes and pumps, Attach farm implements such as plows, discs, sprayers, or harvesters to tractors, using bolts and hand tools, Operate towed machines such as seed drills or manure spreaders to plant, fertilize, dust, and spray crops, Drive trucks to haul crops, supplies, tools, or farm worker & other related Ag Equipment Operator activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Farm equipment exp.Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 100lbs (possible 2-person); may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area.100lbs. Tools supplies and equipment provided at no cost to worker. Employer guarantees 3/4 of contract. Work outdoors, exposed to weather, hot or cold; hrs may vary (+/-); possible downtimes and/or extended hrs. Dependable: fulfill obligations. Attn. to detail: complete work tasks. Employer provided housing available to those who cannot reasonably return to their residence within the same day. No cell phone use during work hours. \n\n Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. Worker has 3 days from date of hire to show legal authorization to work in the United States. Cash advances may apply at employer discretion. \n\n