Hartman & Pahl Farm is located 30 miles north of Pierre, SD. The west edge of the farm borders beautiful Lake Oahe. We farm approximately 2850 irrigated and 680 dry land acres of corn & soybeans, have our own grain elevator, and operate primarily John Deere equipment. We currently have four full time employees.
The farm will provide housing to the Farm Operations Technician Intern on the farm. Responsibilities include buildings and grounds maintenance, equipment maintenance and operation, irrigation maintenance and operation. The compensation package includes a monthly salary, housing including utilities, access to a farm pickup for farm related duties which includes insurance, maintenance and gas, and paid time off for holidays during internship. The farm allows the opportunity for outdoor recreation when not working; access to hunting and fishing on the farm is available to employees.
Please submit letter of application & resume to Jason McHenry, Hartman and Pahl Farm Manager via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to the farm at 18755 280th Ave, Pierre, SD 57501.
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A Summer Research Technician will assist the Answer Plot research staff in preparing agronomy research and demonstration trials (seed packaging, chemical measurements, etc.) prior to the planting season. During the planting season, this position will travel extensively with the crews to manage the various plots within the assigned region, sometimes 4-5 nights per week. Duties will include assisting in plot set-up, planting of crops and application of crop protection products at Answer Plot locations. This position start date is flexible, but ideally would be from February - November 2015.
We are a cow-calf/yearling outfit and will calve approximately 450 cows and heifers in the spring of 2015. Our son has recently returned to the ranch, making it a father-son workforce. We handle our cattle on horseback, so riding skills are a plus.
Our ranch is located 45 miles northwest of Kearney or 23 miles southeast of Broken Bow. Housing will be provided. Wages starting at $10.00/hour or more depending upon experience. Please provide 2 references, one from someone not related.
Contact Paul Schipporeit at 308-752-2495 evenings to set up an interview.
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All Creatures Veterinary Clinic
8626 Frederick Street
Omaha, NE 68124
Please send a cover letter and resume.
Fast paced, two doctors, several technicians, lots of equipment and technology. Small animals and EXOTICS. If interested call as soon as possible to set up a day to spend there over Christmas Break. They want interns who are a good fit because it has potential to turn into a full time position after graduation.
Contact: Sandy at 402-475-2282.
We are seeking interns to help with the 2015 calving and AI seasons. We have over 1000 head of Black Angus cows that will calve from February thru April, 425 of which are first calf heifers. We AI all of our cows and then turn out clean up bulls.
Duties would include general ranch duties. This includes nights and weekends when necessary. Some horsemanship would be a plus. We pull heavies, pair out, move cattle, etc. on horseback.
We are located eight miles west of Ogallala, NE. The ranch is within a quarter of a mile of Lake McConaughy and Bayside Golf Course.
Chris Delatour, General Manager
850 Lakeview Rd W
Brule, NE 69127
Date of Listing: September 2014
Job Title: Summer 2015 Farm Internship
Available: Summer 2015
Location: Multiple locations in the Nebraska Sandhills
The Summer 2015 Farm Internship will provide an opportunity to work with this progressive agricultural operation. This position requires a willingness to work with other interns and managers in a complete unit. Long-term interest in farm or ranch management is preferred.
This is an excellent paid internship opportunity for students to receive hands-on training in farming and farm management. Housing and utilities are provided for internship opportunity in the Nebraska Sandhills. Must be currently enrolled as a student at a college or university to be considered.
Interns may be involved with seasonal tasks, including planting, cultivating, pivot irrigation, and haying operations. Interns may also get exposure to crop scouting. All interns will receive an introduction to farm management and farm financial management. Assume other duties as assigned. Positions available in the Nebraska Sandhills.
Lone Creek Cattle Company
The Spring/Summer 2015 Calving Internship will provide an opportunity to work with this progressive livestock operation at ranches in the Nebraska Sandhills. This position requires a willingness to work with other ranch interns and managers in a complete unit. Long-term interest in ranch management is preferred.
This is an excellent paid internship opportunity for students to receive hands-on training in ranching and ranch management. Housing and utilities are also provided. Must be currently enrolled as a student at a college or university to be considered.
Interns that work during the spring calving season, may be involved with working with cow/calf herd management, heifer development, maternal herd management, terminal herd management, and feedlot/backgrounding yard operations. Interns may also assist with electronic identification, artificial insemination, and records management. All interns will receive an introduction to range management and ranch financial management. In addition, the internship may include seasonal tasks. Assume other duties as assigned. Positions available in the Nebraska Sandhills.
Lone Creek Cattle Company
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Attn: Britt Ehlers
3540 Village Drive, Suite 200
Lincoln, NE 68516
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