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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. \n\nDriving tractors and planters, will plant, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, 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 Dyke s (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 \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. May assist other workers in more complex maintenance tasks, such as overhaul of machinery and equipment. May construct and repair buildings and other farm structures. May assemble and erect new farm machinery and equipment.\n \nWorkers will be required to prepare farm land for planting. This includes removing trash, trees, stumps, rocks and any other debris or material that will interfere with planting and harvesting crops. Workers will be required to dig ditches for the installation of pipe and to prevent erosion. Workers may be required to pile the debris up for burning. Workers may be required to operate rakes for root and limb removal.
Harvest chiles, load, and stack sacks of chiles, move hay bales out of the field and stack them, weeding, farm maintenance such as cleanup, painting, fence repair, cleaning irrigation lines and roadways.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives semi truck to transport crops to storage area; drives trucks 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.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period. A&N Labor Contracting, Inc., Deming, NM, Luna\nPossible shift: 6:30AM-5:00PM. 40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Chili Peppers. Duties may include: Plant, cultivate and nurture plants. Weed, hoe, prune. Operate irrigation equipment. Move boxes manually and with forklift. Field work begins assigned time: Pick chilis both with and without stems per pail/bucket by hand, pick per box using a harvesting machine. Cleanup trash, sweep, mop, clean bathrooms, lugs, trailers & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Harvesting 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; 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.\nProduction standard: Chili Peppers: Must be able to harvest 15 buckets of chili per hour. $1 earned per bucket w/ stemmed chilis, $1.10 per bucket w/ no stems.\nMust 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.
Responsible for picking green chile by hand and filling 10-gallon buckets; be able to quality pick no bruising; will pick chile with/without stem. Able to carry bucket to trailer to dump chile and be able to lift 60 lbs. Other duties include clipping onions using shears. Will be on knees and pull onions from grown by hand, clip onions into buckets/baskets to fill 4x4 crates. \nMust be able to work long hours and work under all types of weather conditions (cold, heat, wind, wet, etc.). Workers should expect occasional periods of little or no work because of weather, crop, or other conditions beyond the employer's control. \nPiece Rates; bucket of chile with stem $1.00; without stem $1.25; onions $16.00 per crate.\n\n?Employer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath?.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. Employer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by employer.
Duties include but are not limited to the following: Harvest pruned wood from pecan orchards and forest service land. Cut wood using an industrial grade chainsaw. Clean up excess wood. Split wood. Help separate used lumber. Gather and manually load/unload wood onto dump truck. \n\nOne hour lunch break offered.\n
. 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. \n\nDriving tractors and planters, will plant, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, 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 Dyke s (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 \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. May assist other workers in more complex maintenance tasks, such as overhaul of machinery and equipment. May construct and repair buildings and other farm structures. May assemble and erect new farm machinery and equipment.\n
All applicants must be able, willing, and qualified to perform the work described in this job description and must be available for the entire period of employment specified in box 3 and 4, page 1 of this order. This work order is for qualified people to perform the duties of general field work and harvesting of pumpkins and gourds.. Workers must be willing to work in varied weather conditions. The work requires long hours of standing, bending, and walking. The workers will be picking up pumpkins and placing them on a conveyor belt and/or removing them from a conveyor belt and placing them in a truck or bin, therefore the worker must be able to lift and carry up to 75 pounds. The harvest lasts five weeks and workers will not be required to work for more than the number of hours specified in the job order for a workday, or on the workers Sabbath or Federal holidays. Employer will furnish to workers at no cost all tools and equipment required to perform duties assigned. Workers must be able to take directions in simple English.
Duties may include: Raising & transporting seedlings; sort tree seedlings, discarding substandard seedlings, according to standard charts or verbal instructions. Plant: seedlings/trees. Spray or inject vegetation with insecticides to kill insects or to protect against disease or with herbicides to reduce competing vegetation; enhance growth. Trim trees or other vegetation; cut trees or logs. Incidental driving possible & other related Forestry Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-4011 (onetonline.org).\n\nPossible weekend/holiday work.\n\nAt Employer’s sole discretion: possible raises and/or bonuses based on individual factors such as work performance or skill (not guaranteed).
Operating large farm equipment and machinery for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing and harvesting crops such as wheat, hay; assisting with processing livestock on a seasonal basis; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; weaning calves; monitor calf health daily; pull sick cattle and administer medicine as necessary; sorting calves to be taken to market and sold; break ice in stock tanks during winter; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; pushing manure into piles; cleaning stalls and pens during winter months; 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, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat; transporting crops from field to storage facilities; assisting with vaccinating, supplementing and feeding of livestock on a seasonal basis; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; assisting with cattle grazing on winter crops; weaning calves; sorting calves to be taken to market; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Pumpkin harvesting and field care. Prolonged standing, bending, stooping, and reaching. Job is outdoors and continues in all types of weather. Workers 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. Drug testing and background checks may occur during the interview process and will be conducted at the sole expense and discretion of the employer. Must be able to lift 50lbs. to shoulder height repetitively throughout the workday and able to lift and carry 50lbs. in field. Use of personal cell phone or other personal electronic device during working hours strictly prohibited except for work-related calls or emergencies and violation may result in immediate termination. \nCosecha de calabaza y cuidado del campo. Estar de pie, agacharse, agacharse y estirarse durante mucho tiempo. El trabajo es al aire libre y continúa en todo tipo de clima. Se puede solicitar a los trabajadores que se sometan a pruebas aleatorias de drogas o alcohol sin costo alguno para el trabajador. El incumplimiento de la solicitud o la prueba positiva pueden resultar en la terminación inmediata. Las pruebas de drogas y la verificación de antecedentes pueden ocurrir durante el proceso de la entrevista y se realizarán a expensas y discreción exclusivas del empleador. Debe ser capaz de levantar 50 libras. a la altura de los hombros repetidamente a lo largo de la jornada laboral y capaz de levantar y transportar 50 libras. en campo El uso de teléfonos celulares personales u otros dispositivos electrónicos personales durante las horas de trabajo está estrictamente prohibido, excepto para llamadas relacionadas con el trabajo o emergencias, y la violación puede resultar en el despido inmediato.
Performs any of the following tasks to attend to livestock: Chopping ice to make sure cows and calves have access to fresh water, Feeding cows and calves. Looking after cattle through the winter. Clearing snow to roads and trails to water and feed. Drive to town to pickup supplies for the cattle. \nLivestock: Beef Cattle
October: begin bedding calf hutches, clean calving areas and properly bedded as the nights get cold and livestock need additional care. \nNovember: bed calf hutches, insulate group calf hutches by putting insulation on doors, tightening up windows, placing heating lamps inside hutches to protect cattle from winter elements such as sleet, snow, ice, freezing temperatures; put up windbreaks in calf pens, calving pens, and fresh cow pens to protect against cold stress. December-February: bed calf hutches, heavily bed calving areas, bring calves into warmed hutch when they have been born in the cold, apply ointment to udders of calving cows and fresh cows (this ointment is necessary to prevent frozen teats), ensure that water troughs are thawed and clean, prevent slippery areas (slippery areas can cause cows to fall and sustain serious injuries); replace bedding as necessary to avoid contamination and disease. March: anchoring hutches to heavy straw bales as heavy winds begin to blow; clean water troughs frequently as they fill with blowing dirt.
Duties may include: Raising & transporting seedlings; sort tree seedlings, discarding substandard seedlings, according to standard charts or verbal instructions. Plant: seedlings/trees. Spray or inject vegetation with insecticides to kill insects or to protect against disease or with herbicides to reduce competing vegetation; enhance growth. Trim trees or other vegetation; cut trees or logs. Incidental driving possible & other related Forestry Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-4011 (onetonline.org).\n\nPossible weekend/holiday work.\n\nAt Employer’s sole discretion: possible raises and/or bonuses based on individual factors such as work performance or skill (not guaranteed).
Operating large farm equipment and machinery for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing and harvesting crops such as wheat, hay; assisting with processing livestock on a seasonal basis; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; weaning calves; monitor calf health daily; pull sick cattle and administer medicine as necessary; sorting calves to be taken to market and sold; break ice in stock tanks during winter; maintenance and repairs to water structures, feed bunks, fences, and corrals; pushing manure into piles; cleaning stalls and pens during winter months; 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. \n\nDriving tractors and planters, will plant, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, 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 Dyke s (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 \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. May assist other workers in more complex maintenance tasks, such as overhaul of machinery and equipment. May construct and repair buildings and other farm structures. May assemble and erect new farm machinery and equipment.\n
All applicants must be able, willing, and qualified to perform the work described in this job description and must be available for the entire period of employment specified in box 3 and 4, page 1 of this order. This work order is for qualified people to perform the duties of general field work and harvesting of pumpkins and gourds.. Workers must be willing to work in varied weather conditions. The work requires long hours of standing, bending, and walking. The workers will be picking up pumpkins and placing them on a conveyor belt and/or removing them from a conveyor belt and placing them in a truck or bin, therefore the worker must be able to lift and carry up to 75 pounds. The harvest lasts five weeks and workers will not be required to work for more than the number of hours specified in the job order for a workday, or on the workers Sabbath or Federal holidays. Employer will furnish to workers at no cost all tools and equipment required to perform duties assigned. Workers must be able to take directions in simple English.
Duties include but are not limited to the following: Harvest pruned wood from pecan orchards and forest service land. Cut wood using an industrial grade chainsaw. Clean up excess wood. Split wood. Help separate used lumber. Gather and manually load/unload wood onto dump truck. \n\nOne hour lunch break offered.\n
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives semi truck to transport crops to storage area; drives trucks 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.
Harvest chiles, load, and stack sacks of chiles, move hay bales out of the field and stack them, weeding, farm maintenance such as cleanup, painting, fence repair, cleaning irrigation lines and roadways.
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. \n\nDriving tractors and planters, will plant, cultivate, and harvest potatoes. Workers will drive and operate one or more GPS equipped farm machines, such as tractors, 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 Dyke s (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 \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. May assist other workers in more complex maintenance tasks, such as overhaul of machinery and equipment. May construct and repair buildings and other farm structures. May assemble and erect new farm machinery and equipment.\n \nWorkers will be required to prepare farm land for planting. This includes removing trash, trees, stumps, rocks and any other debris or material that will interfere with planting and harvesting crops. Workers will be required to dig ditches for the installation of pipe and to prevent erosion. Workers may be required to pile the debris up for burning. Workers may be required to operate rakes for root and limb removal.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period. A&N Labor Contracting, Inc., Deming, NM, Luna\nPossible shift: 6:30AM-5:00PM. 40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Chili Peppers. Duties may include: Plant, cultivate and nurture plants. Weed, hoe, prune. Operate irrigation equipment. Move boxes manually and with forklift. Field work begins assigned time: Pick chilis both with and without stems per pail/bucket by hand, pick per box using a harvesting machine. Cleanup trash, sweep, mop, clean bathrooms, lugs, trailers & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Harvesting 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; 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.\nProduction standard: Chili Peppers: Must be able to harvest 15 buckets of chili per hour. $1 earned per bucket w/ stemmed chilis, $1.10 per bucket w/ no stems.\nMust 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.
Responsible for picking green chile by hand and filling 10-gallon buckets; be able to quality pick no bruising; will pick chile with/without stem. Able to carry bucket to trailer to dump chile and be able to lift 60 lbs. Other duties include clipping onions using shears. Will be on knees and pull onions from grown by hand, clip onions into buckets/baskets to fill 4x4 crates. \nMust be able to work long hours and work under all types of weather conditions (cold, heat, wind, wet, etc.). Workers should expect occasional periods of little or no work because of weather, crop, or other conditions beyond the employer's control. \nPiece Rates; bucket of chile with stem $1.00; without stem $1.25; onions $16.00 per crate.\n\n?Employer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath?.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. Employer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by employer.
Chile and hay production: Chiles- thin, weed, irrigate, harvest, roast and pack. Hay: buck, load, unload, stack. General- clean irrigation ditches, paint farm structures. Sunday work is optional, not required.
Workers will perform general field duties to include but not limited to irrigation (will be in charge of checking irrigation system, and irrigation schedule), laying plastic, putting, and pulling tape out, cleaning ditches, fixing fences, fixing leaks, weeding onion, general farm cleaning (picking trash from fields and roads), chili and watermelon fields, and guiding watermelon vines. Workers will be harvesting watermelons, jalapenos, bell peppers, tomatoes, chili, zucchini, and other squash (for example, pumpkins). Will also work in shed dumping and placing melons on production line to start packing process. Clean, sort, and package watermelons in boxes. All employees will assist with cleaning duties at the end of the shift.\nAble to lift 30 lbs. and work in all types of weather conditions (heat, cold, wind, moisture, and dust). Days and hours will vary (+/-); possible down times and/or extended hours.\nWill assist with spraying chemical duties, with training and all safety protocols to follow. Must be able to drive the proper equipment. Knowledge of this type of work is required.\n\nWatermelon cutters must show responsibility and production at the time of harvesting. Morrow Farms depends on time to fulfill its customers (for example, Walmart) in a daily basis, it is important to know that our daily goal must be completed on time.\n\nEmployees will assist with restrooms and shade hailing duties along with helping refill the water coolers.\n\nFarm/shed work knowledge required.\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, and qualified to perform duties described and must be available for the entire period specified and work in intended area of employment. Employer will provide all tools required for the job duties listed.\n\nThe use of Cellphones during work is prohibited, agriculture jobs need employees to be always alerted to avoid/prevent incidents.\n\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nEmployer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by Morrow Farms.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as loader, spreader, truck, tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, hay, silage; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; performing dirt work on the farm; hauling manure to be used as fertilizer; maintaining facilities and equipment; driving farm vehicle, minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Hand pick quality (mature) green chile from plants into buckets (10 gallon). Worker will carry full bucket and chile and walk to trailer to dump into trailer and back.. Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds. Worker must be able to work in diverse weather conditions (hot, dry, cold, wet, windy, and dew moisture). Able to bend, stoop, kneel, reach, walk across fields carrying 60 pound buckets and other related activities. Weed crops with a hoe. Onion topping: while on hands and knees, pull onions from soil, cut roots and top with shears, place in bucket, carry full 50 lb bucket to bin to carefully unload bucket. Transplant and thin chile crop. Connect and/or repair drip irrigation, pipe and tape. Drive tractors and forklifts as needed. \n\nAll tools and equipment will be provided by employer at no cost to workers.\nFood Safety program is implemented and all workers are required to follow noted personal practices during the harvest of fresh vegetables.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during working time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nCompany Employee Safety and Hygiene Policies: Employees will be trained on Basic Pesticide Safety Information; Personal Practices Policy; GAP Contractor Rules & Regulations; Allergen Awareness Policies; Foreign Material, Animal Intrusion/Blood Pathogens Policy; Heat Stress protective guidelines. Each hired worker will receive by the first day of work, a copy of the Employee Handbook outlining such policies and procedures. Worker is responsible to read thoroughly the information provided, and to seek assistance of a Farm Manager for questions or clarity.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nBorder Labor Contracting, Inc., Deming, NM, Luna\n\nPossible shift: 6:30AM-4:00PM. 48+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Chili Peppers. Duties may\ninclude: Plant, cultivate and nurture plants. Weed, hoe, prune. Operate irrigation equipment. Move boxes manually and with forklift. Field work begins assigned time. \nField Harvester: Hoe, weed, thin, plant crops and clean fields. Using a hoe walk thru fields and cut weeds, weed crops while riding on machinery by adjusting levers to cut weeds. Thin crops by walking thru field and cutting excess plants. Plant crops by walking in field, bending down and place plant in predrilled holes in dirt. May also ride on machinery and place plants in wheel to be planted. Pick up trash in field, vehicles, equipment using hand and trash bags.\nHand pick chile peppers, use hand to pick chile peppers and place into bucket and dump into bin. Hand pick onion, pull onion from ground, use scissors to cut off tops and roots, place into buckets and dump into onion bins. Cleanup trash, sweep, mop, clean bathrooms, lugs, trailers & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 1 months Harvesting 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 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\nProduction standard: Chili Peppers: Worker has 3 days for development (practice) to be able to harvest 14 buckets of chili per hour. $1.10 earned per bucket of chilis and onions $16.00 per bin\n\nMust 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
Responsible for irrigation cleaning/ repairs, pruning trees, spray chemicals by hand, learn, follow, and promote all safety regulations, planting new trees, shoveling, irrigating, hoeing weeds, cleaning ditches, cleaning trucks, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs, perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.\n\nGeneral worker needed for Onion, pumpkins, cotton, grains, and chile Pepper farming. Work includes operating of farm equipment, operating of tractors, tractor drawn machinery and self-propelled machinery used to plow, till, harrow, apply fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides to crops; plant, cultivate, and harvest of crops. Clip tops on onions, harvest Billing by hand into buckets and dumped into larger bins. May work in groups to hand plant onions and chile in furrows while walking/following moving wagon. Work also includes field prep, water maintenance, manually plant, cultivate and harvest as required. Field prep includes manual shovel work and hoeing of weeds, spot spray, transplant and general farm labor. Help repair and maintain bins, buildings, equip (all farm, mechanical and vehicle), farm, fences, fields, irrigation, levees, ponds, properties, roads and shop. Clean and load harvested crops, unload trucks, haul to bins, dryer or mill. Worker must be able to lift/carry produce and equipment.\n\nIrrigation responsibilities: Must be able to work in the elements, some heavy lifting required. Will assist technician and irrigator in digging and backfilling trenches, installing heads, pumps, and pipe.\nCandidate Responsibilities and Duties\n Dig and backfill trenches.\n Install pipe and pipe connections.\n Assist irrigation technician in making repairs and alterations.\n Assist technician in all aspects of day to day assignments.\n\n
May depend on weather conditions, crop or need. Weeding includes chile green and red, onions, cotton, pecans, ditch banks and surrounding areas. Hand harvesting of green and red chile and onions. Lifting requirements are 25 lbs. There will be repetitive movements, extensive walking, frequent stooping. Green or red chile will be destemmed deposited in a 7 gallon bucket, provided by employer at no charge to employee, carried no more than 50 ft to a collection bin and worker is given a token that will be counted and tallied at the end of each harvest day, workers will be paid each Thursday with receipts showing totals. Rock removal from fields and pecan trees. Trimming pecan trees,. Various duties at the chili processing plant. Tractor driver, equipment operator. Installation, removal and maintenance of drip irrigation lines. Readying of fields for irrigation Driving of vehicles. Helping with shop maintenance. Cleaning of shops and buildings Operation of forklifts. Various duties in greenhouses. Loading and stacking alfalfa bales. All tools for the job will be provided by the employer at no cost to the employees. \n\n\nA. Tractor, hoe, shovel, buckets, forklifts, scissors, chainsaw, pruners\nB. If any employee has a drivers license\n
Basic farm/ranch duties to include but not limited to: \nFeeding livestock, \nRepairing fence\nPumping water to stock\nMaintaining existing water wells and pipelines\nMaintaining, repairing and constructing new roads\nFences waterlines\nBasic mechanical work
Workers will perform general field duties to include but not limited to irrigation (will be in charge of checking irrigation system, and irrigation schedule), laying plastic, putting, and pulling tape out, cleaning ditches, fixing fences, fixing leaks, weeding onion, general farm cleaning (picking trash from fields and roads), chili and watermelon fields, and guiding watermelon vines. Workers will be harvesting watermelons, jalapenos, bell peppers, tomatoes, chili, zucchini, and other squash (for example, pumpkins). Will also work in shed dumping and placing melons on production line to start packing process. Clean, sort, and package watermelons in boxes. All employees will assist with cleaning duties at the end of the shift.\nAble to lift 30 lbs. and work in all types of weather conditions (heat, cold, wind, moisture, and dust). Days and hours will vary (+/-); possible down times and/or extended hours.\nWill assist with spraying chemical duties, with training and all safety protocols to follow. Must be able to drive the proper equipment. Knowledge of this type of work is required.\n\nWatermelon cutters must show responsibility and production at the time of harvesting. Morrow Farms depends on time to fulfill its customers (for example, Walmart) in a daily basis, it is important to know that our daily goal must be completed on time.\n\nEmployees will assist with restrooms and shade hailing duties along with helping refill the water coolers.\n\nFarm/shed work knowledge required.\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, and qualified to perform duties described and must be available for the entire period specified and work in intended area of employment. Employer will provide all tools required for the job duties listed.\n\nThe use of Cellphones during work is prohibited, agriculture jobs need employees to be always alerted to avoid/prevent incidents.\n\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nEmployer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by Morrow Farms.
Responsible for picking green chile by hand and filling 10-gallon buckets; be able to quality pick no bruising; will pick chile with/without stem. Able to carry bucket to trailer to dump chile and be able to lift 60 lbs. Other duties include clipping onions using shears. Will be on knees and pull onions from grown by hand, clip onions into buckets/baskets to fill 4x4 crates. \nMust be able to work long hours and work under all types of weather conditions (cold, heat, wind, wet, etc.). Workers should expect occasional periods of little or no work because of weather, crop, or other conditions beyond the employer's control. \nPiece Rates; bucket of chile with stem $1.00; without stem $1.25; onions $16.00 per crate.\n\n“Employer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath”.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. Employer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by employer.
Drive tractor and operate a variety of implements used in planting, maintenance, and harvest. Be able to operate forklifts to load and unload boxes of vegetables in the fields and shed. Maintain the tractors and forklifts.\n\n“Employer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath”.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during the contract time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination. Employer will request to conduct drug and alcohol screening tests during the contract period. All expenses will be paid by employer.\n
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period. A&N Labor Contracting, Inc., Deming, NM, Luna\nPossible shift: 6:30AM-5:00PM. 40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Chili Peppers. Duties may include: Plant, cultivate and nurture plants. Weed, hoe, prune. Operate irrigation equipment. Move boxes manually and with forklift. Field work begins assigned time: Pick chilis both with and without stems per pail/bucket by hand, pick per box using a harvesting machine. Cleanup trash, sweep, mop, clean bathrooms, lugs, trailers & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Harvesting 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; 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.\nProduction standard: Chili Peppers: Must be able to harvest 15 buckets of chili per hour. $1 earned per bucket w/ stemmed chilis, $1.10 per bucket w/ no stems.\nMust 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.
\nBy May 15th livestock is on the range. We have three range locations, and the animals are moved between these areas. Range feeding extends from mid-May to March, when we slow down the animal movement to prepare for kidding season.\n\nThe Open Range Livestock Herder will be required to be On-Call 24/7 and live and work 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. Guards Livestock from predatory animals 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. Must 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 may 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.
Use heavy equipment to clear brush. Maintaining the equipment. Vaccinate, brand, work cattle and horses. Riding horse to gather, sort & move cattle. Duties may include tending to farm & ranch animals, plant & harvest crops, repair farm structures & fences, clean & maintain animal housing areas & grounds. Exposure to extreme temp, repetitive movements, extensive pushing, pulling walking and frequent stooping Must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs frequently
Operating large farm equipment for swathing, raking, baling, stacking, tarping and moving hay; operating irrigation system for watering crops; maintaining fences and pasture; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite including cleaning shop.
Hand pick quality (mature) green chile from plants into buckets (10 gallon). Worker will carry full bucket and chile and walk to trailer to dump into trailer and back.. Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds. Worker must be able to work in diverse weather conditions (hot, dry, cold, wet, windy, and dew moisture). Able to bend, stoop, kneel, reach, walk across fields carrying 60 pound buckets and other related activities. Weed crops with a hoe. Onion topping: while on hands and knees, pull onions from soil, cut roots and top with shears, place in bucket, carry full 50 lb bucket to bin to carefully unload bucket. Transplant and thin chile crop. Connect and/or repair drip irrigation, pipe and tape. Drive tractors and forklifts as needed. \n\nAll tools and equipment will be provided by employer at no cost to workers.\nFood Safety program is implemented and all workers are required to follow noted personal practices during the harvest of fresh vegetables.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during working time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nCompany Employee Safety and Hygiene Policies: Employees will be trained on Basic Pesticide Safety Information; Personal Practices Policy; GAP Contractor Rules & Regulations; Allergen Awareness Policies; Foreign Material, Animal Intrusion/Blood Pathogens Policy; Heat Stress protective guidelines. Each hired worker will receive by the first day of work, a copy of the Employee Handbook outlining such policies and procedures. Worker is responsible to read thoroughly the information provided, and to seek assistance of a Farm Manager for questions or clarity.
Hand pick quality (mature) green chile from plants into buckets (10 gallon). Worker will carry full bucket and chile and walk to trailer to dump into trailer and back.. Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds. Worker must be able to work in diverse weather conditions (hot, dry, cold, wet, windy, and dew moisture). Able to bend, stoop, kneel, reach, walk across fields carrying 60 pound buckets and other related activities. Weed crops with a hoe. Onion topping: while on hands and knees, pull onions from soil, cut roots and top with shears, place in bucket, carry full 50 lb bucket to bin to carefully unload bucket. Transplant and thin chile crop. Connect and/or repair drip irrigation, pipe and tape. Drive tractors and forklifts as needed. \n\nAll tools and equipment will be provided by employer at no cost to workers.\nFood Safety program is implemented and all workers are required to follow noted personal practices during the harvest of fresh vegetables.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during working time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nCompany Employee Safety and Hygiene Policies: Employees will be trained on Basic Pesticide Safety Information; Personal Practices Policy; GAP Contractor Rules & Regulations; Allergen Awareness Policies; Foreign Material, Animal Intrusion/Blood Pathogens Policy; Heat Stress protective guidelines. Each hired worker will receive by the first day of work, a copy of the Employee Handbook outlining such policies and procedures. Worker is responsible to read thoroughly the information provided, and to seek assistance of a Farm Manager for questions or clarity.
Farm Workers and Laborers: Manually plant, cultivate, prune, harvest, transplant and harvest alfalfa and oats. Use hand tools, such as shovels, trowels, hoes, tampers, pruning hooks, shears, and knives. Use of farm equipment machinery like tractor, harvester or forklift.\n\nDuties may include tilling soil and applying organic fertilizers; transplanting, weeding, thinning, or pruning crops; applying natural or organic pest control; cleaning, packing, and loading harvested products. May also construct trellises, repair fences and farm buildings, or participate in drip, sprinkler or flood irrigation activities.\n\nObserve, study and patrol soil health treat where needed. While we aim for consistent work hours, the nature of the job will require some very early morning and some late nights. \n\n
Weed cutting of chile fields, thinning of excess chile plants, harvesting of green chile from plants, harvesting of red chile from plants, sorting chile, packing fresh chile produce, drying of fresh red chile, and cleaning, preparing land for next harvest season. Use hand tools, shovels, trowels, hoes, tampers, pruning hooks, shears, knives, and baskets as needed. Inspect field irrigation systems, replace damaged pipes, valves, water jets, sprinklers, etc. using necessary\nequipment. May construct trellises, repair, maintain farm warehouse building, repair farm fences, buildings replace damaged posts using wire stretchers, hammers, paint, brushes, etc. Load mulch on trailer and move to fields, unload and spread mulch around plants\nas needed. Inspect the field to maintain a 3 to 5 foot weed free strip between rows by removing weeds, grass, etc. Duties may include tilling soil, clean, field pack, load harvested products,\npost-harvest clean-up & other related activities. Inspect bushes for damage, disease or insect infestation and remove or replace as directed by farm manager.\nClean, adjust and repair machinery and implements, oiling moving parts and replacing damaged parts. The workers must be able to lift and carry items from 5 to 40 pounds in the course of performing required activities.\nHours and days of work may vary due to weather conditions. \nEmployer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath.
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: Grain, Hay, Small Grain, Wheat\nEquipment: Johndeere- tractors-Sprayers -planterLandollDrills plows
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: Alfalfa, Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Loader, Baler.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Agricultural 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\nRegalado Trucking, Dexter, NM, Chaves\n\nPossible shift: 8:00AM-6:00PM. 40+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Wheat, Corn, Silage. Duties may include: Transporting wheat, corn and silage from fields to storage containers. Load and unload crops or containers of materials using conveyors, hand trucks, forklifts, or transfer augers, inspect equipment or facilities to determine condition or maintenance needs & other related Agricultural Equipment Operator activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). Must have three months Driving heavy agriculture equipment exp. 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 due to equipment use. 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.
Responsible for irrigation cleaning/ repairs, pruning trees, spray chemicals by hand, learn, follow, and promote all safety regulations, planting new trees, shoveling, irrigating, hoeing weeds, cleaning ditches, cleaning trucks, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs, perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.\n\nGeneral worker needed for Onion, pumpkins, cotton, grains, and chile Pepper farming. Work includes operating of farm equipment, operating of tractors, tractor drawn machinery and self-propelled machinery used to plow, till, harrow, apply fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides to crops; plant, cultivate, and harvest of crops. Clip tops on onions, harvest Billing by hand into buckets and dumped into larger bins. May work in groups to hand plant onions and chile in furrows while walking/following moving wagon. Work also includes field prep, water maintenance, manually plant, cultivate and harvest as required. Field prep includes manual shovel work and hoeing of weeds, spot spray, transplant and general farm labor. Help repair and maintain bins, buildings, equip (all farm, mechanical and vehicle), farm, fences, fields, irrigation, levees, ponds, properties, roads and shop. Clean and load harvested crops, unload trucks, haul to bins, dryer or mill. Worker must be able to lift/carry produce and equipment.\n\nIrrigation responsibilities: Must be able to work in the elements, some heavy lifting required. Will assist technician and irrigator in digging and backfilling trenches, installing heads, pumps, and pipe.\nCandidate Responsibilities and Duties\n Dig and backfill trenches.\n Install pipe and pipe connections.\n Assist irrigation technician in making repairs and alterations.\n Assist technician in all aspects of day to day assignments.\n\n
Operating large farm equipment and machinery for pushing, loading, hauling, and spreading manure to be used on fields as fertilizer; performing dirt work on the farm; maintaining facilities and equipment; driving farm vehicle, minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Perform any combination of the following tasks to attend sheep on the range: feed and water sheep or ensure adequate provision of both; herd flock to appropriate grazing area; round up strays using dogs and/or fence; make certain animals have access to fresh water; bed down flock near evening site; guard flock from predatory animals and from eating poisonous and/or noxious plants; administer medication to sheep as needed; assist in lambing, docking and shearing; brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark sheep for identification purposes; assist with sorting and cutting of cull sheep; feed supplemental rations to sheep. May assist with irrigating forage for livestock and weed control on grazing areas (including noxious, invasive and poisonous plant species). May build and/or maintain fence and livestock facilities to ensure the safety and health of grazing sheep and forage; may assist in the maintenance of tools, equipment and livestock handling facilities necessary to livestock production. Feed, water and tend to the dogs (both guard and working) and horses that assist a herder in caring for the livestock. Perform any combination of the following tasks to attend sheep on the ranch: feed and water sheep or ensure adequate provision of both; move sheep to appropriate pens; make certain animals have access to fresh water; bed down flock at appropriate night site, guard flock from predatory animals and from eating poisonous and/or noxious plants; administer medication to sheep as needed; assist in lambing, docking and shearing; brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark sheep for identification purposes; assist with sorting and cutting of cull sheep; feed supplemental rations to sheep; may build and/or maintain fence and livestock facilities to ensure the safety and health of grazing sheep and forage; may assist in the maintenance of tools, equipment and livestock handling facilities necessary to livestock production May attend sheep and lambs in barns during lambing season. Feed, water and tend to the dogs (both guard and working) and horses that assist a herder in caring for the livestock.\nEmployee 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 and maintain and manage remote housing locations in a safe and responsible manner. The job may entail working with and around farm machinery such as tractors for supplemental feeding purposes and ATVs for movement of livestock, periodically. Employee will work outdoors in all types of weather and may experience occasional exposure to herding hazards such as poisonous snakes and predators. 50 lb lifting and driving requirement is needed.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing spring crops; planting spring crops such as corn; harvesting grain and oilseed crops; moving grain and oilseed crops from field to storage facilities; 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.
Repair and service equipment April-May; operating front end loaders for loading corn silage, alfalfa and Bermuda grass bales with 2 strings, 3 string bales and large tonnage bales for transport, harvest silage and hay June-August; transporting hay from field locations to storage locations September-December; prepare, install, and operate irrigation systems for watering crops April-February; repairs and maintenance to equipment, machinery and fences; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines including semi trucks to harvest grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn; adjusts settings of machinery, performs safety checks; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Haul crops produced by the farm to storage facilities by driving semi truck and trailer combination from bin location over the road; closely monitor road signs and conditions; check equipment to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order; inspect load.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines including semi trucks to harvest grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, milo; adjusts settings of machinery, performs safety checks and inspections; drives truck to move crops to 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
Harvest onions and chiles. select ripe and sound produce follow instructions of the supervisor. Follow good sanitary practices.
Haul crops produced by the farm to storage facilities by driving semi truck and trailer combination from bin location over the road; closely monitor road signs and conditions; check equipment to ensure that mechanical, safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order; inspect load.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, milo; adjusts settings of machinery, performs safety checks; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Operates self-propelled, high horsepower harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of machinery using hand, pneumatic, and electric tools; drives truck to transport crops from field 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.
Perform duties on a farm for a farm like: Drive and operate harvesting machines or custom cutting machinery to harvest a variety of grain and oil-seed crops from clients’ farms. Adjust speeds of cutters, blowers and conveyors, and weight of cutting head, using hand tools. Change cutting head as appropriate for crop. 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.\nEquipment: Tractor, Grain Trucks, Swathers, Balers, Combines, Planters, Drills, and Plows.\nCrops: Sorghum, Wheat, Hay
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines including semi trucks to harvest grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, hay, milo, sorghum; adjusts settings of machinery, performs safety checks; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Workers will be responsible for operating equipment such as cutters, swathers, and tractors used in harvesting agricultural commodities. Will drive heavy trucks to transport harvested commodities from loading site to destinations. Drive trucks to haul harvesting machines between work sites. \nWorkers will clean and maintain equipment, perform basic lubrication duties, and make minor repairs. \nThe average work week is 44 hours plus depending on the workload. During the harvest season, the work week is 7 days a week for 10 plus hours per day. Days and hours will vary depending on weather conditions, need, or other crop factors. \nMust have at least 3 months verifiable experience driving trucking and operating farm equipment.
Responsible for irrigation cleaning/ repairs, pruning trees, spray chemicals by hand, learn, follow, and promote all safety regulations, planting new trees, shoveling, irrigating, hoeing weeds, cleaning ditches, cleaning trucks, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs, perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.\n\nGeneral worker needed for Onion, pumpkins, cotton, grains, and chile Pepper farming. Work includes operating of farm equipment, operating of tractors, tractor drawn machinery and self-propelled machinery used to plow, till, harrow, apply fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides to crops; plant, cultivate, and harvest of crops. Clip tops on onions, harvest Billing by hand into buckets and dumped into larger bins. May work in groups to hand plant onions and chile in furrows while walking/following moving wagon. Work also includes field prep, water maintenance, manually plant, cultivate and harvest as required. Field prep includes manual shovel work and hoeing of weeds, spot spray, transplant and general farm labor. Help repair and maintain bins, buildings, equip (all farm, mechanical and vehicle), farm, fences, fields, irrigation, levees, ponds, properties, roads and shop. Clean and load harvested crops, unload trucks, haul to bins, dryer or mill. Worker must be able to lift/carry produce and equipment.\n\nIrrigation responsibilities: Must be able to work in the elements, some heavy lifting required. Will assist technician and irrigator in digging and backfilling trenches, installing heads, pumps, and pipe.\nCandidate Responsibilities and Duties\n Dig and backfill trenches.\n Install pipe and pipe connections.\n Assist irrigation technician in making repairs and alterations.\n Assist technician in all aspects of day to day assignments.\n\n
Duties may include: Raising & transporting seedlings; sort tree seedlings, discarding substandard seedlings, according to standard charts or verbal instructions. Plant: seedlings/trees. Spray or inject vegetation with insecticides to kill insects or to protect against disease or with herbicides to reduce competing vegetation; enhance growth. Trim trees or other vegetation; cut trees or logs. Incidental driving & other related Forestry Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-4011 (onetonline.org).\n\nPossible weekend/holiday work.\n\nAt Employer’s sole discretion: possible raises and/or bonuses based on individual factors such as work performance or skill (not guaranteed). Piece rate may apply: worker will never make less than Prevailing Wage/Federal/state/local minimum wage.
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 ad appropriate for crops; drives heavy truck to transport product to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines between worksites; makes in field repairs; metal fabrication of cutting, welding; assist with irrigating crops, weed control; assist with brand and vaccinate calves in May and June; wean calves in October; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Crops/Commodities: \nalfalfa, grass. \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 drug testing required. 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 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.
Crops consist of wheat, corn, sorghum, and hay. Workers will assist in the preparation of the fields, which may include irrigation and plowing. Workers will assist in planting, cultivating, irrigating, and harvesting of crops. Workers will transport crops to storage area. Workers may be required to maintain, repair, and clean machinery used in the farming operation. Workers will cover silage with plastic and bale hay. Workers will clean and maintain the work and storage areas. Workers must be physically able to bend and stoop for long periods of time. Able to stand on feet for long periods of time in the sun. Physically able to meet and perform all other job specifications.\n\n Cultivos consisten de trigo, maiz, sorgo, y heno. Trabajadores ayudaran en la preparacion de los campos para el crecimiento de los cultivos. Esto incluye el riego y el arar. Trabajadores ayudaran a plantar, cultivar, riegar, y cosechar los cultivos. Trabajadores moveran los cultivos a lugares de almacenaje. Trabajadores seran requiridos a mantener, reparar, y limpiar maquinaria que sea usada en la cultivacion. Trabajadores cubriran hoyos de silo con plastico y pacaran heno. Trabajadores limpiaran y manteneran los lugares de trabajo y almacenaje limpios. Trabajadores deben tener la abilidad fisica de doblar y agacharse por tiempos largos. Abilidad de pararse de pie por tiempos largos. Abilidad fisica de satisfacer y hacer todos los requisitos del trabajo.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops. Adjusts speed cutters, blowers, 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
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\nMario Moreno's Trucking, LLC, Dexter, NM, Chaves\n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-5:00PM. 60+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Corn, Wheat, Sorghum. 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 and wheat. Load manure spreader with wheel loader and unload/spread manure on field. Driving necessary to assist with moving of larger equipment. Must be able to obtain CDL & other related Ag Equipment Operator activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). Must have 3 months Combine, forklift operation & farm equipment maintenance exp. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 60lbs (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. No cell phone use during work hours. \n\nMust be able to obtain a drivers license. Must be 18 due to equipment use. 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.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Agricultural 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\nJD Trucking, Chaves County, NM, Roswell\n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-8:00PM. 60+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Barley, Hay, Corn. Duties may include: Transporting alfalfa, hay, corn and silage from fields to storage containers. Load and unload crops or containers of materials, manually or using conveyors, hand trucks, forklifts, or transfer augers, inspect equipment or facilities to determine condition or maintenance needs & other related Agricultural Equipment Operator activities as per SOC/OES 45-2091 (onetonline.org). On-the-job training provided. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 40lbs; 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 due to equipment use. 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, milo, corn; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives truck to transport crops to storage area; drives truck to move 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 silage crops such as corn and wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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 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 flluids), and incidental repair to farm machinery. Drive trucks to transport crops to elevator or storage area. Must have experience with flood and circle irrigation of wheat and alfalfa or similar crops. \n\nCrops: Alfalfa, Wheat\n\nEquipment: Tractor, Combine, Plows, Balers, Swathers, Backhoe
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery using hand tools; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops including wheat, corn, milo; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, milo; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; drives truck to transport crops to storage area; drive 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, 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 duties; 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 corn and wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of machinery; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oil seed crops. Adjust speed of cutters, blowers and conveyors and height of cutting head using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops. Drives heavy truck to transport product to elevator or storage area. Drives transporter truck to haul harvesting machines. Services machinery and makes in field repairs. GED required. Workers must have a valid drivers license prior to hire.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery 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.
Hand pick quality (mature) green chile from plants into buckets (10 gallon). Worker will carry full bucket and chile and walk to trailer to dump into trailer and back.. Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds. Worker must be able to work in diverse weather conditions (hot, dry, cold, wet, windy, and dew moisture). Able to bend, stoop, kneel, reach, walk across fields carrying 60 pound buckets and other related activities. Weed crops with a hoe. Onion topping: while on hands and knees, pull onions from soil, cut roots and top with shears, place in bucket, carry full 50 lb bucket to bin to carefully unload bucket. Transplant and thin chile crop. Connect and/or repair drip irrigation, pipe and tape. Drive tractors and forklifts as needed. \n\nAll tools and equipment will be provided by employer at no cost to workers.\nFood Safety program is implemented and all workers are required to follow noted personal practices during the harvest of fresh vegetables.\nDrug, alcohol, and tobacco-free work zone: The use or possession or being under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol during working time is prohibited. Failure to comply with the request or testing positive may result in immediate termination.\n\nCompany Employee Safety and Hygiene Policies: Employees will be trained on Basic Pesticide Safety Information; Personal Practices Policy; GAP Contractor Rules & Regulations; Allergen Awareness Policies; Foreign Material, Animal Intrusion/Blood Pathogens Policy; Heat Stress protective guidelines. Each hired worker will receive by the first day of work, a copy of the Employee Handbook outlining such policies and procedures. Worker is responsible to read thoroughly the information provided, and to seek assistance of a Farm Manager for questions or clarity.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, triticale, barley, corn, milo; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, sorghum, corn; adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drive harvesting machines between worksites; services machinery, and makes in field repairs; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
General labor - planting, weeding and harvesting biodynamically grown crops including forage, medicinal herbs.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of machinery; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Responsible for irrigation cleaning/ repairs, pruning trees, spray chemicals by hand, learn, follow, and promote all safety regulations, planting new trees, shoveling, irrigating, hoeing weeds, cleaning ditches, cleaning trucks, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs, perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.\n\nGeneral worker needed for Onion, pumpkins, cotton, grains, and chile Pepper farming. Work includes operating of farm equipment, operating of tractors, tractor drawn machinery and self-propelled machinery used to plow, till, harrow, apply fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides to crops; plant, cultivate, and harvest of crops. Clip tops on onions, harvest Billing by hand into buckets and dumped into larger bins. May work in groups to hand plant onions and chile in furrows while walking/following moving wagon. Work also includes field prep, water maintenance, manually plant, cultivate and harvest as required. Field prep includes manual shovel work and hoeing of weeds, spot spray, transplant and general farm labor. Help repair and maintain bins, buildings, equip (all farm, mechanical and vehicle), farm, fences, fields, irrigation, levees, ponds, properties, roads and shop. Clean and load harvested crops, unload trucks, haul to bins, dryer or mill. Worker must be able to lift/carry produce and equipment.\n\nIrrigation responsibilities: Must be able to work in the elements, some heavy lifting required. Will assist technician and irrigator in digging and backfilling trenches, installing heads, pumps, and pipe.\nCandidate Responsibilities and Duties\n Dig and backfill trenches.\n Install pipe and pipe connections.\n Assist irrigation technician in making repairs and alterations.\n Assist technician in all aspects of day to day assignments.\n\n
Operating large farm equipment equipped with GPS for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as silage, corn, peanuts, hay, wheat; transporting crops from field locations to storage facilities; maintain and service harvesting equipment; baling and bucking hay; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Transplant onions. Weed onions. Harvest vegetables including chiles and onions. Harvest onions and chiles.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nRRR Farms, Salem, NM, Dona Ana\n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-7:00PM. 60+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Pecans, Lettuce; various, Onions, Wheat, Milo, Green Chile, Cotton. Duties may include: Flood and drip irrigating, harvest crops using harvest equipment, hoeing and weeding, crop farming includes discing, cultivating, plowing, ripping, lasering and thinning crops. Hooking up implements to tractors. Driving semi trucks. Maintain yard cleanliness, changing oil and filters in all engines. & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have one month Agricultural exp.Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 120lbs (possible 2-person); may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area.120lbs. 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\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. 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.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker/Irrigator | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nRRR Farms, Salem, NM, Dona Ana \n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-7:00PM. 60+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Cotton, Chili Peppers, Pecans, Lettuce; various, Onions, Wheat. Duties may include: Harvesting crops, servicing diesel farm equipment, flood and drip irrigation maintenance, hoeing, weeding, cleaning farm lot, changing oil and filters. Experience with hooking up machinery and farm equipment. Workers will work 12 hour shifts. Drivers license preferred. & other related Farm Worker/Irrigator activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 1 months Utility Tractor exp.Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 55lbs; may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area.55lbs. 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\nMust be able to obtain a drivers license. Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. 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. \n\n
Assist with all aspects of on-site crop production for use in cattle feed, including planting, fertilizing, irrigating, and harvesting alfalfa crops; dispersing seeds and fertilizer; Maintaining irrigation ditches, including controlling irrigation lines, irrigation diversions, keeping water flowing, and keeping irrigation ditches clean and free of debris or trash; Watering and irrigating fields, including setting tarps, shoveling dirt or soil to hold tarps in place, using hand tools, shovels, pitch forks, hoes, & pruning saws, using machinery, weed eaters, mowers, chainsaws; Maintenance at irrigator’s housing, shop, & barn locations, cleaning of manure & weeds around various locations such as headquarter, corrals, horse barn, entry gates, & office; Operating movers, trimmers, & their maintenance; Lawn & yard Maintenance; Weed eradication & application of weed spray, and chopping weeds from fields where cattle feed is grown; Maintaining farm machinery in good operation, including changing oil and filters, and repair of broken and worn parts.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Crop Supervisor | SOC Code: 45-1011-07\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nRRR Farms, Salem, NM, Dona Ana \n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-7:00PM. 60+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Cotton, Chili Peppers, Pecans, Lettuce; various, Onions, Wheat. Duties may include: Direct and coordinate through subordinate supervisory personnel, activities of workers engaged in agricultural crop production. Directs and coordinates worker activities such as planting, irrigation, chemical application and harvesting. Coordinates growing activities with those of engineering, equipment maintenance, packing house and other related departments. Analyzes soil to determine type and quantity of fertilizer required for maximum production. Inspects equipment to ensure proper functioning. Inspects orchards and fields to determine maturity dates of crops or to estimate potential crop damage from weather. Plans and directs development and production of hybrid plant varieties with high yield or disease and insect resistant characteristics. Purchase equipment, supplies, fertilizer and chemicals. Supervises employees. & other related Farm Crop Supervisor activities as per SOC/OES 45-1011-07 (onetonline.org). Must have 6 months Utility Tractor exp.Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 55lbs; may climb, walk, stand, reach, balance, sit, stoop, bend, squat, wash, clean: equip, grounds, area.55lbs. 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\nMust be able to obtain a drivers license. Must be 18 years of age. Drug/alcohol/tobacco free work zone. 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.
All employees will be asked to perform general Agricultural duties which would include transplanting and weeding onions up to harvest. Employees will also prune and remove wood debris from pecan orchards. All employees would be involved with installing and extracting drip irrigation tape and pipe plumbing for drip irrigation on all onion fields. Lack Farm-grown onions will be packed in farm facility and red chiles will be dehydrated in farm facility. \n\nField workers: Plant, weed, cultivate, fertilize, prune, harvest and clean pecans, onions, duram wheat, cotton, grain corn using 85 hp farm tractors, fork lifts, and implements. Irrigators: operate and clean irrigation equipment.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as wheat, corn; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operate primarily John Deere tractors for tilling and planting silage crops such as corn and wheat; tend center pivot irrigation system that waters crops; Maintain and perform minor in field repairs or replaces parts such as sprinkler heads, pvc, valves, irrigation tires; Clean out sand; Ensure water tanks are full and operational; Operate small Kubota tractors; Repair tanks in the event of unusual wear and tear; Collect and carry bales, bundles, containers, or sacks of harvested crop to storage and loading bays; Mend fence and move pens; Drive farm vehicle; Clean equipment and worksite.
Required to be available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week and spend the majority of workdays on the range. All job duties are closely and directly related to the production of sheep. \nPerform any combination of the following tasks to attend sheep on the range: administer emergency minor medical care to sick/injured pregnant ewes using roping methods to gently immobilize animal without causing undue stress; apply herbicides to noxious, invasive and poisonous plant species on grazing areas; assist in the shearing of sheep by herding sheep into corrals and through the shearing plant; assist with docking; assist with gathering and sorting lambs for shipping; assist with irrigating forage; assist with loading trucks with lambs and/or ewes for transportation; assist with sorting and cutting of culls; assist with tagging sheep when the shearing crew needs it; assist with weed control on grazing areas (including noxious, invasive and poisonous plant species); attend to lambing ewes (including night checks); bed down flock at appropriate night site; brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark young animals for identification purposes; build and/or maintain fence and facilities to ensure the safety and health of animals and forage; care for newly born offspring; clean feeding equipment and the lambing shed; ensure newly born lambs stand and nurse ; feed and water and ensure adequate provision of both; feed supplemental rations; feed, water and tend to the dogs (both guard and working dogs) and horses; guard against predatory animals and from eating poisonous and/or noxious plants; herd mature ewes and young offspring between grazing areas in a manner to assure body condition is maintained in mature ewes and growth of offspring; identify and administer appropriate medication for various health issues such as internal parasites, respiratory issues, injuries, etc.; identify ewes that are preparing to give birth; intensely monitor and treat both mother and young vulnerable to the colder temperatures and sickness; keep accurate record of new lambs born; load bales of hay and/or sacks of grain onto truck or trailer used for feeding; make certain animals have access to fresh water; mix and feed supplemental milk to bum lambs; monitor animals for weight gain, thrift and health problems; monitor for birthing problems and take correct actions when problems are identified; monitor forage on grazing areas to identify dangerous plants and assess available feed; report to rancher on water/forage/weather conditions; round up strays using dogs and/or fence; spray livestock with insecticide. \nPerform any combination of the following tasks to attend sheep on the ranch: administer emergency minor medical care to sick/injured pregnant ewes using roping methods to gently immobilize animal without causing undue stress; apply herbicides to noxious, invasive and poisonous plant species on grazing areas; assist in the maintenance of tools, equipment and handling facilities necessary to production; assist in the shearing of sheep by herding sheep into corrals and through the shearing plant; assist with castration of livestock; assist with docking; assist with irrigating forage; assist with loading trucks with lambs and/or ewes for transportation; assist with sorting and cutting of culls; assist with tagging sheep when the shearing crew needs it; assist with the vaccination of livestock by herding into corrals and/or stalls or manually restraining animals ; attend sheep and lambs in barns during lambing season(including night checks); attend to lambing ewes (including night checks); bed down flock at appropriate night site; brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark young animals for identification purposes; build and/or maintain fence and facilities to ensure the safety and health of animals and forage; care for newly born offspring; clean feeding equipment and the lambing shed; ensure newly born lambs stand and nurse ; feed and water and ensure adequate provision of both; feed,
By hand, plant, re-pot, move plants and shrubs in greenhouse. Dig nursery drainage ditches. Irrigate and mulch plant stock. Load, unload trucks and trailers. Maintain and clean up nursery. Must be able to lift and carry 60 pound soil bales. One (1) month nursery experience is required.\n------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------\nA mano, planta, re-pot, mueva plantas y arbustos en invernadero. Cavar zanjas de drenaje de vivero. Irrigar y abonar las plantas. Cargar, descargar camiones y remolques. Mantener y limpiar el vivero. Debe ser capaz de levantar y transportar balas de tierra de 60 libras. Se requiere una experiencia de un mes en el vivero.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as corn, wheat, hay, canola, milo; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery; 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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, milo, hay, triticale; adjusts settings of harvesting machinery using hand tools; changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; drives heavy 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.
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 and harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, corn, cotton, milo; operating haying equipment for hay production of swathing, raking, baling, stacking and storing; chopping and hauling silage; assisting with installation, operation, and maintenance of irrigation systems; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing and harvesting of grain and oilseed crops and transporting to storage facilities; irrigating up to 3-4 heads of water; assisting with swathing, raking, baling of hay; assisting with livestock; moving of cows, vaccinating, ear tagging, feeding supplements; assisting with harvesting and transporting hay and fall crops; repairs and maintenance to equipment, buildings and fences; 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 such as wheat and corn. Adjusts speed of cutters, blowers and conveyers and height of cutting head, using hand tools. Changes cutting head as appropriate for crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Operating large farm equipment and machinery equipped with GPS such as loader, spreader, truck, tractor for cultivating, tilling, fertilizing, planting, moving, storing, harvesting grain and oilseed crops such as wheat, hay, silage; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; performing dirt work on the farm; hauling manure to be used as fertilizer; maintaining facilities and equipment and preparing them for winter weather; driving farm vehicle, minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Crops/Commodities: \npeppers, Pecans. \nPlant, cultivate and harvest peppers. Use farm equipment to cut, pull, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag, or bundle harvested crops. Load/unload harvested peppers or other materials manually or with mechanized equipment such as conveyors, or handtrucks. Use hand tools including, but not limited to: shovels, hoes and knives. Plant roots, seeds and bulbs. Spread plastic or other groundcovering. Clean plastic by hand from ground upon removal. Till soil. Weed and thin plants. Transplant plants by hand. Stake/tie plants, trellis/prune plants, and set poles and wires for vine plants. Pick, cut, lift, or pull crops. Tie peppers in bunches. Grade, size and field pack product. Take care to prevent damaging produce and plants. \n\nGrade, size, and sort product according to color, shape, size, appearance, feel, and/or quality, in accordance with supervisor's instructions and employer standards. Inspect products for damage/defects and discard inferior products and foreign matter. Place product in bins/trays and other containers according to grade and mark grades on containers. Weigh products and record weight and/or grade. Handle product carefully to prevent damage. Operate equipment safely, with or without direction. Must follow quality control standards and production procedures. Clean/sanitize work station and equipment.\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\nMust have sufficient hand and finger dexterity to grasp, manipulate, or assemble objects. Must be able to differentiate colors, textures, and other attributes of product to distinguish varieties and identify defects. \n\nPlant, cultivate, and harvest pecans. Use farm equipment to cut, pull, dig, thresh, clean, chop, bag, or bundle harvested crops. Load/unload harvested pecans or other materials manually or with mechanized equipment such as conveyors, or handtrucks. Spot and/or strip pick nuts based on seasonal need. Fill buckets and place in bins. Follow supervisor/foreman's instructions on color/size requirements. Must be able to differentiate between colors and varieties accurately. Hand thin to control the size and quality of pecans.Must accurately identify and remove misshapen, damaged or otherwise unmarketable crop. Hand prune based on variety. Use manual and mechanized pruning tools and equipment. Identify and remove stubs or broken branches, downward-growing branches, branches rubbing against each other, shaded interior branches, dead wood and shoots-suckers.\nWorkers injured on the job and unable to perform the full range of duties may be offered light duty, if available. Light duty tasks may vary depending on availability of task, nature of worker's injury, and instructions from worker's physician. Light duty tasks may include blight checking, fruit checking/quality control, light picking/pruning/thinning/sorting, or tree counting.\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.
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed crops such as corn, alfalfa. 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 pickup; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Temporary Seasonal Position: Farm Worker | SOC Code: 45-2092\n\nAll applicants must be able, willing, qualified to perform work described & must be available for entire period.\n\nMajestic Farms, Rincon, NM, Dona Ana\n\nPossible shift: 7:00AM-5:00PM. 50+ May be possibility of weekend work. Crops: Alfalfa, Cotton, Chili Peppers, Onions, Pecans, Sudan grass, Wheat. Duties may include: Cultivating and harvesting of row crops, spraying, flood irrigation, drip irrigation, servicing equipment such as checking oil, greasing equipment and upkeep. Maintaining cleanliness of farm land and equipment. Spraying and maintaining weeds on ditches and roads. Shoveling, fixing drip tape leaks and breaks, spraying weeds with backpack. Safe use of equipment such as tractors, fork lifts, hay cutter, chili harvester, semi truck, four wheeler, self propelled sprayer, back hoe, hay loader and various hand tools. & other related Farm Worker activities as per SOC/OES 45-2092 (onetonline.org). Must have 6 months Farm equipment exp. Static strength; exert max muscle force to lift, push, pull, unload, carry objects up to 80lbs (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. 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. \n\n
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines such as tractors, grain/hay harvesters, and trucks to harvest a variety of grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat, alfalfa; 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; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite
Operating large farm equipment for tilling, cultivating, fertilizing, planting grain & silage; swathing, raking, baling, chopping and transporting crops to storage areas; working with farming and harvesting equipment, performing service and maintenance and making repairs on all farming and irrigation equipment, structures, fences and all farming vehicles as necessary; assisting with birthing of baby calves from mother cows and heifers; checking health of cattle, pulling sick cows/calves and administering medication for survival; assisting with weaning calves; sorting calves to be taken to market; 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, cotton, wheat, hay; assisting with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems for watering crops; driving farm vehicle; minor daily and incidental upkeep to equipment and worksite.
Maintain roads by scrapping, leveling, cleanup, and watering for dust control at main site, housing areas, and nearby roads – February to November\nOperate tools and equipment for building and updating ag facilities – February to November\nSeasonal upkeep of debris, weed control, grass, and trees – February to November \nFly and bug control as needed – February to November \nRemove manure from lagoon storage to stacking pad after rain – February to November\nClean and remove manure from cow pens – February and November\nMay have to work nights, possibly weekends. Employer may request but cannot require workers to work on their Sabbath; maintaining of worksite and equipment; also cleaning location and equipment; rate of pay may be more depending on experience.
Worker will be required to perform a variety of duties related to the production of alfalfa, corn, and wheat. The majority of the work activities during the overall contract period, however, will be related to general farm work.\nGeneral Farm Work will include the following responsibilities: maintain, drive, attach, and operate farm implements/tractors/equipment to till soil, plant, cultivate, fertilize, and harvest crops; make minor mechanical adjustments and repairs on farm machinery; may mix and/or spray chemicals (according to appropriate restrictive use laws, when/if applicable); remove undesirable and excess growth from crops or farm grounds; remove rocks from field; paint/repair/maintain farm structures; replace/repair fencing; perform general cleanup of farm areas; drive, load/unload trucks; operate vehicle, motor bike, or all-terrain vehicle in the course of performing duties. \nIrrigation duties will include the following: Hand lines: connect pipes; check alignment of pipe and adjust for proper water distribution; turn on pump; turn valves to start flow of water. \nPivots: operate system.\nFlood Irrigation: lift gate in side of flooded irrigation ditch/pipe permitting water to flow into bordered section of field; shovel and pack dirt in low spots of embankment or cut trenches in high areas to direct water flow; close gate in ditch/pipe when bordered section is flooded; open gate or connect pipe to underground pipe system that releases water flow into reservoir or ditch.\nOther Irrigation Duties: observe revolving sprinklers and adjust to ensure proper operation and uniform distribution of water;\ndisassemble, service, and store pipes/mainlines/wheel lines after irrigation season; assist maintenance supervisor as needed.
Required to be available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week and spend the majority of workdays on the range. All job duties are closely and directly related to the production of livestock. \nPerform any combination of the following tasks to attend to livestock on the range: administer medication as needed; apply medications to cuts and bruises; assist with irrigating forage; assist with loading and unloading livestock according to shipping schedules; assist with sorting and cutting of culls; assist with weed control on grazing areas (including noxious, invasive and poisonous plant species); attend to pregnant livestock and newborn offspring (including night checks); brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark young animals for identification purposes; build and/or maintain fence and facilities to ensure the safety and health of animals and forage; care for newly born offspring; examine animals to detect diseases and injuries; feed and water and ensure adequate provision of both; feed supplemental rations; feed, water and tend to the dogs (both guard and working dogs) and horses; guard against predatory animals and from eating poisonous and/or noxious plants; herd to appropriate grazing area; identify and administer appropriate medication for various health issues such as internal parasites, respiratory issues, injuries, etc.; identify and locate the more nutrient dense cool season grasses within grazing areas; identify livestock that are preparing to give birth; intensely monitor and treat both mother and young offspring vulnerable to hot or cold temperatures and sickness; keep accurate record of new offspring born; make certain animals have access to fresh water; monitor animals for weight gain, thrift and health problems; monitor for birthing problems and take correct actions when problems are identified; monitor grazing areas for poisonous and/or noxious plants and take action to prevent animals from consuming any identified; move livestock to spring and summer grazing areas; move pregnant livestock at a pace sufficient to ensure they receive ample water/forage during daylight hours before bedding down at night; report to rancher dehydration & other indicators of deterioration in body condition/behavioral changes indicating malnutrition; round up strays using dogs and/or fence; spray livestock with insecticide. \nPerform any combination of the following tasks to attend to livestock at the ranch: administer medication as needed; apply medications to cuts and bruises; assist in the maintenance of tools, equipment and handling facilities necessary to production; assist with castration of livestock; assist with irrigating forage; assist with sorting and cutting of culls; assist with the vaccination of livestock by herding into corrals and/or stalls or manually restraining animals ; attend to pregnant livestock and newborn offspring (including night checks); brand, tag, clip or otherwise mark young animals for identification purposes; build and/or maintain fence and facilities to ensure the safety and health of animals and forage; care for newly born offspring; examine animals to detect diseases and injuries; feed and water and ensure adequate provision of both; feed, water and tend to the dogs (both guard and working dogs) and horses; guard against predatory animals and from eating poisonous and/or noxious plants; identify and administer appropriate medication for various health issues such as internal parasites, respiratory issues, injuries, etc.; identify livestock that are preparing to give birth; intensely monitor and treat both mother and young offspring vulnerable to hot or cold temperatures and sickness; keep accurate record of new offspring born; make certain animals have access to fresh water; monitor animals for weight gain, thrift and health problems; monitor for birthing problems and take correct actions when problems are identified; monitor grazing areas for poisonous and/or noxious plants and take action to prevent animals fr
Operates self-propelled custom class harvesting machines including semi trucks to harvest grain and oilseed silage crops such as corn, wheat; adjusts settings of machinery, performs safety checks; drives truck to move crops to 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.
Responsible for irrigation cleaning/ repairs, pruning trees, spray chemicals by hand, learn, follow, and promote all safety regulations, planting new trees, shoveling, irrigating, hoeing weeds, cleaning ditches, cleaning trucks, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs, perform other tasks and special projects as assigned.\n\nGeneral worker needed for Onion and Chile Pepper farming. Work includes operating of farm equipment, operating of tractors, tractor drawn machinery and self propelled machinery used to plow, till, harrow, apply fertilizer, herbicides and pesticides to crops; plant, cultivate, and harvest of crops. Clip tops on onions, harvest Billing by hand into buckets and dumped into larger bins. May work in groups to hand plant onions and chile in furrows while walking/following moving wagon. Work also includes field prep, water maintenance, manually plant, cultivate and harvest as required. Field prep includes manual shovel work and hoeing of weeds, spot spray, transplant and general farm labor. Help repair and maintain bins, buildings, equip (all farm, mechanical and vehicle), farm, fences, fields, irrigation, levees, ponds, properties, roads and shop. Clean and load harvested crops, unload trucks, haul to bins, dryer or mill. Worker must be able to lift/carry produce and equipment.\n\nIrrigation responsibilities: Must be able to work in the elements, some heavy lifting required. Will assist technician and irrigator in digging and backfilling trenches, installing heads, pumps, and pipe.\nCandidate Responsibilities and Duties\n Dig and backfill trenches.\n Install pipe and pipe connections.\n Assist irrigation technician in making repairs and alterations.\n Assist technician in all aspects of day to day assignments.\n\n
Operate large scale harvesting machinery to harvest grain and oilseed forage crops such as wheat, hay, milo, corn; drive trucks and tractors to transport crops to storage areas; move harvest equipment between worksites; complete routine maintenance and mechanical repairs on trucks, trailers and harvesting equipment.