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$16.05 per hour


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Workers must have at least 3 months of experience birthing livestock with herds of 200 head or larger on the open range or pasture. One reference required. The following seasonal duties will need to be performed. Move pregnant cows from winter grazing grounds to calving grounds. Be able to identify signs of cows going into labor and potential problems during labor. Know how and when to assist during births. Be able to properly constrain cows for difficult births, graft orphan calves to mothers. Ability to identify herd health issues including but not limited to malnutrition of cows/calves, prolapse and mastitis. Provide water to animals, including minor maintenance of water troughs and water lines. May need to haul water in truck to supplement animal water needs and provide supplement feed for the cows/calves if the range has insufficient forage. Disperse livestock on the range to reduce overcrowding and increase the success of mother/calf bonding. Protect vulnerable livestock from predators. Move cows/calves to branding grounds, assist in branding, castrating, vaccinating, tagging, worming. Ability to safely rope and catch calves with a hook. Move cows/calves to summer range grounds. May assist on an incidental basis in the range production of sheep/goats including but not limit to docking, shearing, herding, trailing, vaccinating, sorting and loading onto trucks for transporting to a new range or market. Must be able to saddle and ride a horse/mule in a safe, effective manner such as to avoid injury to self, coworkers, bystanders, or the animal itself. May be required to shoe horses for use. Be able to use a 4-wheeler in a safe, effective manner. Western Range and its member ranches facilitate practices of good animal husbandry. Employees found abusing, neglecting or abandoning livestock entrusted to their care may be terminated for cause. If the negligent/abusive actions of an employee result in loss/death of livestock/animals or cause harm to another person, the employee may be held accountable for these actions. The worker will live in the employer provided housing for an extended period of time. Housing will be clean and in good repair at the time it is provided to the employee. The employee is responsible to maintain the housing unit in a reasonable level of cleanliness in order to avoid flies, mice or other vermin and will be responsible to alert the employer of damage to the housing unit. The employee may be held accountable for damage to the housing unit that is the result of negligence of the employee (normal wear and tear excepted). Provide water to animals, including minor maintenance of water troughs and water lines.
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45-2093.00 - Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch, and Aquacultural Animals

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7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.

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3000 SOUTH HWY 395, BISHOP, CA 93514

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Employer shall provide housing and board in accordance with the rules and regulations of the federal government of the United States of America. Discretionary performance-based bonuses may be available Payroll advances may be available
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