Agriculture Worker Job Description


Agriculture employees are in charge of sustaining crops such as fruits, veggies, and nuts, as well as caring for livestock. They perform the duties of an agriculture supervisor on a variety of farms of various sizes. Local farmers, family-run companies, and major industrial farming operations are all handled by them. Cultivating, growing, performing post-harvest chores, supervising animals, and managing farming personnel are all tasks they perform on the land. Reaping and examining crops by hand, replenishing farm soil and maintaining ditches, pipelines, and pumping systems, functioning and handling farm equipment, observing activities of a maintenance crew as they garden, weed, or extract, functioning and handling farming equipment, moving shrubs, crops, and trees using farm machinery, spraying fertilizers or pesticides to regulate insect and weed, examining animals to identify symptoms of injury or disease are some of the typical tasks of an agriculture workman.

Agriculture Worker Job Titles:

  • Agriculture Worker
  • Farmer

Agriculture Worker Job Summary:

We’re looking for an agriculture worker with high school education and previous farming experience. The laborer will take an 18′ to 22′ ladder from the field vehicle to the specific region of the orchard to be picked while wearing a harvesting sack over their back. The pickup sack is a cloth bag with an assistance leather strap, a flap for inserting fruit, and a widening for removing the fruit. The fruit will be picked off the tree and placed in a harvesting sack by the laborer. When the gathering sack is filled, carry it to the fruit box in the orchard and put the fruit from the picking bag into it. The employee must be fully capable of harvesting citrus, filling his allotted sacks, and transporting it to the plastic container and required to conduct this type of work. With the added weight of the bag, the employee should be able to climb a ladder.

Agriculture Worker Job Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Hand-harvest and verify crops
  • Perform physical labor
  • Maintain agricultural equipment
  • Operate heavy equipment
  • Repair broken automobiles and machinery
  • Oversee farm practices
  • Supervise agricultural workers
  • Plan harvesting or breeding methods
  • Communicate with clients
  • Restore farm buildings and walls
  • Manage seasonal assistance
  • Transport animal goods to market
  • Operate milking devices and other dairy processing facilities
  • Set up and run irrigation gear
  • Keep farmers informed about crop growth
  • Follow proper safety measures
  • Fix and operate farm vehicles, implements, and industrial devices
  • Dig and sow seeds or transfer saplings by hand
  • Gather fruits and veggies by hand
  • Load the truck with agricultural products and transport it to the market.

Agriculture Worker Skills and Qualification:

  • High school diploma
  • Must possess a minimum of 1 year of experience in the similar field
  • Inspirational and communication skills
  • Understanding of simple and sophisticated farming instruments and technology
  • Production and livestock expertise
  • Physical endurance and strength
  • Dexterity and comprehension skills
  • Excellent hand-eye contact knowledge and understanding of farming best practices
  • Ability to work on-site for lengthy periods
  • Mechanical aptitudes

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