Mixed Crop and Livestock Farm Workers perform routine tasks in crop cultivation and animal production.
Mixed Crop and Livestock Farm Workers
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- patrolling, inspecting and reporting on the condition of crops and livestock
- operating farm machines to cultivate, plant, fertilise, spray and harvest field crops
- maintaining and repairing buildings, machines, fences, plant and water systems
- loading and unloading seed grain, fertilisers and livestock feed, and loading field crops into transporters for marketing
- irrigating land for crop growth
- providing livestock with feed and water
- assisting with maintaining the health and welfare of livestock
- mustering and droving livestock to milking and shearing sheds and between paddocks to ensure sufficient feed is available.
- Mixed Crop and Livestock Farm Worker
VET (Vocational Education And Training)
- Certificate II in Agriculture
- Certificate III in Agriculture
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