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Farm Help With Animal Feeding

Collins Wangaratta, Victoria

Job Description

Hi,

We're looking for someone who can do around 3 hours help each day feeding, caring and cleaning pens for calves. 6am feed/clean and 4pm feed/clean
They are babies so you really need to put a lot of love in to make sure they thrive as they're delicate when so young (and so cute!)

Mixing and feeding the milk, cleaning the bottles, making sure the water is clean twice a day, grain and ruffage is available and clean in buckets.
Checking to make sure they're not dehydrated and reading body language.

It's a morning and afternoon feeding session/clean and the rest of the day is yours to explore the area or do some paid work in the area as there are so many jobs!

If you're a couple thats no problem we can include meals and make it a full package.

You will have your own 1 bedroom studio with kitchette and bathroom. Fully furnished and comfortable with power, water and wifi.

We are looking for someone reliable, honest, trustworthy and passionate about animal welfare.

Police check and working with children's is required.

Can also help you find work at local businesses outside the farm duties if this helps.

If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you :)

Postcode: 3677 (Wangaratta, Victoria)

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Collins

Member since: June 2019

Description:
We are a farming zoned property in the beautiful region of North East Victoria

Industry:
Farming, Animals & Conservation