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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Desire the Position of Rancher


Summary

A seasoned animal specialist with over fifteen years experience in major ranching operation. High degree of knowledge of range management and the care of livestock. Exceptional skill in operation and maintenance of ranch equipment and facilities. Proven mastery of animal genealogy and characteristics, in addition to in-dept knowledge of artificial insemination of livestock. Bred and raised more than 15,000 livestock, such as beef cattle, dairy cattle, goats, horses, reindeer, sheep, and swine, for such purposes as sale of meat, riding or working stock, breeding, and for show; and for products, such as milk, wool, and hair. Remarkable ability to perform manual labor for extended periods of time and to supervise and coordinate activities of workers as necessary, as well as to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other employees.

Education AND PROFESIONAL TRAINING

Accredited Farm Manager (AFM) by the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 2002

B.S. Agricultural Science, University of New York, NY (1994)

Grew up on a family farm and participated in agricultural programs for young people, such as the National FFA Organization and the 4-H youth educational programs.

Professional Experience

Senior Ranch Supervisor, White Lake Farm Inc.,
New York                                                  2002 - Present

  • Breed and raise livestock, such as beef cattle, dairy cattle,    goats, horses, reindeer, sheep, and swine, for such purposes    as sale of meat, riding or working stock, breeding, or for show;    and for products, such as milk, wool, and hair.
  • Select and breed animals according to knowledge of animals,    genealogy, characteristics, and offspring desired.
  • Select pasture, range, and croplands to graze animals and    produce feed crops.
  • Mix feed and feed supplements according to dietary    requirements of animals and availability of grazing land.
  • Feed, water, graze, and distribute salt licks for animals.
  • Observe animals to detect signs of illness and injury, treat    minor injuries and ailments, disinfect and vaccinate animals,    and engage VETERINARIAN (medical ser.) 073.101-010 to    treat serious illnesses and injuries.
  • Attend animals during and after birth of offspring. Castrate,    dock, and dehorn animals.
  • Brand, tattoo, notch ears, and attach tags to identify animals.
  • Milk cows and goats, shear sheep, and clip goats' hair.
  • Operate farm machinery to plant, cultivate, and harvest feed    crops.
  • Clean and fumigate barns, stalls, and pens, and sterilize milking    machines and equipment.
  • Cool milk to prevent spoilage and package wool and other    products for shipment.
  • Maintain and repair farm machinery, equipment, buildings,    pens, and fences.
  • Arrange for sale of animals and products.
  • Maintain cost and operation records.
  • Hire and supervise workers.

    Ranch Livestock Specialist, Mountain Farms,
    Uniondale, NY                                                  1995 - 2001

  • Observed cattle and reported any injuries or health problems.
  • Assisted in artificial insemination of Livestock.
  • Rounded up and moved Livestock.
  • Maintained livestock research records.
  • Maintained and repaired fences and facilities such as water    lines and pumps.
  • Conducted routine maintenance and minor repairs of ranch    equipment.
  • Provided work direction to student interns and ranch workers.
  • Repaired farm equipment and buildings requiring the use of    basic electrical and carpentry tools and arc and gas welding    equipment.
  • Used necessary equipment in planting, cultivating, and    harvesting crops such as corn and hay.
  • Provided proper care of the dairy herd including feeding,    milking, vaccinating, breeding and calf raising.

    Livestock Yard Attendant, Mountain Farms,
    Uniondale, NY                                                  1990 - 1994

  • Fed grains, hay, and prepared feed and watered livestock    according to schedule.
  • Opened gates and drove livestock to scales, pens, trucks,    railcars, and holding and slaughtering areas according to    instructions, using electric prod and whip.
  • Weighed animals and recorded weight.
  • Segregate animals according to weight, age, color, and    physical condition.
  • Marked livestock to identify ownership and grade, using    brands, tags, paint, or tattoos.
  • Cleaned ramps, scales, trucks, railcars, and pens, using hose,    nfork, shovel, and rake.
  • Scattered new bedding material, such as sawdust and straw,    in pens, railcars, and trucks.
  • Vaccinated, applied liniment, drenched, isolated, and marked    animals to effect disease control program.
  • Made routine repairs and performed general maintenance    duties in stockyard.

    Computer Skills

    Windows, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Word, Westlaw, Lexis-Nexus, Lotus Notes and Excel.



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