$25.00 - $27.00/hr

Central West, NSW


Pay rate: $25.00 - $27.00/hr

This hourly rate is just a guide. All pay negotiations should be conducted between the worker and employer directly.

Start date: 01/06/2018
Location: Central West, NSW
Acommodation provided:


We are currently seeking a hardworking and self motivated person to join our small team. Applicants must have experience with all forms of livestock husbandry, both sheep and cattle. Experience with dryland cropping also preferable but not essential. Our business is located at Warren and Coonamble and is spread across 3 farms and approximately 140,000 acres. We run up to 35 000 Merino sheep, crop approximately 10000ha of dryland crop and grow irrigated cotton. We also trade 2000-4000 cattle per year. This is a busy and satisfying role within a great company, Paraway Pastoral Company. This role offers opportunity to progress to higher level roles. The successful applicant will be driven, energetic, keen to learn and passionate about agriculture.

Number of workers needed: 1-2
Number of positions filled: 0


Plant and Equipment Maintenance
Sowing/Seeding Experience
Row crop operations
GPS equipment use
Seeding Operations
Spray Operations
Grain Handling
Irrigation (Syphons)
Agronomic knowledge
On-Farm Truck driving
Chemical Loading/Mixing
Motorbike Training
Tractor Driver
Pest Control
First Aid Certificate
WHS Training
Driver License
Stock Handling Experience
Wool Handling
Lamb Marking
Competency in Grazing/Pasture Management
Livestock Handling - Sheep
Livestock Handling - Cattle
Yardwork - Sheep
Yardwork - Cattle
Cattle Vaccination
Sheep Vaccination
Sheep Mustering
Have Good Working Dogs
Condition Score Sheep
Condition Score Cattle
Calve Marking
Front End Loader Experience
Tractor Operations

Job Categories:

General Farm Work

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Merrimba Station is owned by Paraway Pastoral Company. Merrimba is a large-scale grazing and cropping property set between the towns of Coonamble and Warren in Northern New South Wales. Its primary enterprise is Merino sheep breeding and wool production, although it also runs trade cattle as seasons permit and grows dryland winter crops. The business also manages dryland and irrigation cropping on Buttabone Station, Warren. Paraway owns and operates large-scale sheep and cattle enterprises across Australia. Since its inception in 2007, Paraway has become one of the largest pastoral land owners and operators in Australia, with a total combined land holding of over 4.4 million hectares.

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