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Agricultural and Farming Jobs - Leominster, Herefordshire, West Midlands, UK

We are a private farm business with one recently built site for broiler production, the farm also has an arable operation as well as cattle and sheep. Poultry Farm Manager Work careers...

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Poultry Farm Manager (Breeders)  

Straight Forward Recruitment - Thetford, Norfolk, Norfolk, East Anglia, UK

· Successful production and management of the Farm to meet customer demand. Job purpose: Poultry Farm Manager careers... Market related

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Assistant Poultry Farm Manager Breeders  

Straight Forward Recruitment Ltd - Thetford, Norfolk

A sought-after opportunity has arisen to become an assistant anager for a leading global company. · Produce product of the highest standard and quality. · Controlling costs for general supplies · Stock... poultry farm manager in England...

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Assistant Poultry Farm Manager (Breeders)  

Straight Forward Recruitment - Thetford, Norfolk, Norfolk, East Anglia, UK

· Successful production and management of the Farm to meet customer demand. Job purpose: poultry farm manager in ENG... Market related

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Poultry Farm Manager  

Agricultural and Farming Jobs - HR6, Kingsland, Herefordshire, United Kingdom (+1 location)

• Previous poultry experience mostly necessary but willing to take on an unexperienced candidate is they show the right credentials to train on. • Working in Poultry Houses - handling chickens, laying... poultry farm managers...

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Assistant Farm Manager (Poultry)  

Straight Forward Recruitment - Maldon, Essex, South East, UK

Assist and support the Farm Manager with the day to day management of the farms, ensuring that the stock produced is of the highest standards and meets the required specification in terms of welfare, weight... poultry farm manager breeders... Market related

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Assistant Farm Manager Poultry  

Straight Forward Recruitment Ltd - Tiptree, Essex

• Manage and monitor ventilation, heating, feed, water, litter, and lighting within the agreed standards, ensuring the highest quality conditions are provided for the birds. An exciting opportunity has... assistant poultry farm manager breeders...

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Broiler Farm Manager  

Straight Forward Recruitment - Fakenham, Norfolk, East Anglia, UK

Take control of the day to day management of the farm, ensuring that the stock produced is of the highest standards and meets the required specification in terms of welfare, weight, quality, and cost efficiency... assistant poultry farm manager... Market related

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Poultry Stockperson  

Straight Forward Recruitment - St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia, UK

Assist and support the Farm Manager with the day to day management of the farms, ensuring that the stock produced is of the highest standards and meets the required specification in terms of welfare, weight... poultry farm manager shropshire immediate... Market related

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Broiler Farm Manager  

Straight Forward Recruitment Ltd - Thursford, Norfolk

• Manage and monitor ventilation, heating, feed, water, litter, and lighting within the agreed standards, ensuring the highest quality conditions are provided for the birds. • Ensure that Site Security... poultry farm manager nigeria...

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  • Poultry farm manager salary Mohammad

    I’d like to get a job as poultry farm manager, but I’m not very sure where to start. I finished. I have no qualifications, but I have some practical experience acquired over the past 3 summers, when I volunteered to work on a farm Mozambique. I really enjoyed the experience and I think I’d be good at it and also happy doing it.

    • Norman:

      I’m not sure about the requirements to become a farm manager, but I guess there’s some training involved, though I don’t know what sort of courses it involves. You can always start as farm worker, and as you get experience and I’m assuming taking some course/s you could work your way up.

      • Almaas:

        I see you are no stranger to farm life, after having been in Mozambique. All the same, things may not be the same when you do it as a job for real. I don’t mean to undermine volunteering, but I’m sure that it’s not the same as a paid job.

        • Mohammad:

          I don’t think you’re right. When I was there I was working just as much as everyone else, if not more. Plus, because I knew I had a limited time to do things, I gave my all.

        • Ben:

          I don’t agree Almaas. I also volunteered on a farm a couple of years ago, and if truth be said, you do a lot. In my case, I was on a farm in Nigeria, and when you see people’s way of life and their conditions, and also how extremely appreciative they are of what they’ve got you try even harder to do as much to help as you can because you see that they truly deserve it.

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