- Operate milking equipment
- Ensure cows are properly milked
- Bring in cows into the coral in a organized fashion
- Make sure the dairy and its equipment is functioning and clean
- Operate the operations of dairy farm that produce milk
- Demonstrate or explain working techniques, practices, or safety regulations to farm workers.
- Operate or oversee the operati
- Select or purchase machinery, equipment, livestock, or supplies, such as seed, feed, fertilizer, or chemicals.ons of dairy farms that produce bulk milk.
- working fast and coordinated with my hands. ( dipping cows udders, cleaning cows udders, observing and cleaning the work area when dirty, hooking up milking machines to cows udder)
- observing and listening to what is happening around me. ( watching for injured cows, cleaning cow manure around milking area, listening to milking machines in case they are sucking air in)
- Following the farm rules and directions to keep the farm clean and the bacteria away.
- I learned to pay close attention by observing every single cow’s milk for mastitis and for sick or injured cows.
- I also learned all the safety procedures before handling the cows to keep the cows calm and in a safe environment.
- I also learned to work in a very cold and very hot environment depending on the season.
- Monitor activities such as irrigation, chemical application, harvesting, milking, breeding, grading to ensure adherence to safety regulations or standards
- Direct the breeding or raising of stock, using recognised breeding practices to ensure stock improvement.
- Hire, train, or supervise workers
- Maintain financial, operational, production, or employment records for farm.
- Exact 5 am in the morning, Monitor activities such as irrigation, chemical application, harvesting, milking, breeding, or grading to ensure adherence to safety regulations or standards.
- Exact 5 am in the morning ,Monitor dairy cows for signs of potential disease to ensure that all livestock remain in optimum health and produce high-quality milk.
- Milk dairy cattle while ensuring livestock remain calm and comfortable so cattle continue to produce maximum quantities of milk.
- Weigh cows and check for any physical signs of disease or injury and provide preventative medical care as needed.
- Review the pens, buildings and other areas to ensure the areas remain hygienic to reduce the risk of injury and disease to the cattle and farm workers.
- Provide food like Grass/Silage, Soya, Feeds and water to cattle and ensure that supplies remain well stocked so that the livestock never go hungry.
- Administer medications, vaccinations and other medical care and coordinate with veterinarians as needed.