Position Available: Assistant Manager
Rene Stud is seeking a motivated farm hand that is enthusiastic about a career in agriculture.
Rene Stud is a family owned Sheep Stud and operated stud and commercial livestock business in Culcairn NSW, approx 40km north of Albury. Multiple generations of the family live and work on the farm.
The successful applicant will ideally have the following attributes:
● Animal husbandry skills and experience with sheep
● Experience with use and maintenance of farm machinery including tractors and side by side as well as fences and stock water.
● Current car drivers license – a HR drivers license will be an advantage.
● Chemical users accreditation, or a willingness to obtain one
● Experience in chemical spraying of crops and paddocks for pre sow & weed control
● Ability to work in a team with a variety of family members, as well as independently when necessary.
● Honest, reliable and self-motivated with practical problem solving skills
● Good communication and time management skills, and an understanding of variability of working hours in agriculture.
Duties & responsibilities include:
● Animal husbandry tasks, including stud stock operations
● Stock handling and supplementary feeding
● Ability to carry out stock movements using a side by side
● Operation of farm machinery
● Fence and water repairs and maintenance
● General property repairs and maintenance
● Weed and pest spraying and pasture management
Your personal and professional development is important to us and opportunities for this will be provided accordingly. This includes the opportunity to develop skills in stud stock management, An attractive remuneration package, including incentives throughout the year will be negotiated with the successful candidate in accordance with your experience and skill set.
Fully furnished cottage is available.
To apply for this position please forward your cover letter, resume and references to Brooke Mitchell at email@example.com or
Contact Scott Mitchell on 0407 837 129 for further information.
Applications close COB 30th May 2022
Successful applicant to start on the 4th July 2022
Introducing our newest Sire Detpa Grove “Roadmap” 200182
we purchased last week for A sale top of $24,000 ,selected for his exceptional muscling in his hind legs, great bone structure & balance complemented with huge figures we think he’ll be a great addition to Rene Stud
As you may remember at Rene Stud we were conducting a Trial using maiden merino ewes joined to charollais rams.
Due to their growing popularity especially with maiden ewes we thought we would see for ourselves how they would perform.
Our aim was to lamb maiden ewes out unassisted & take the lambs through to kill weight and then finally see how they kill out at the abattoir & assess our results.
To our valid clients, As you may remember here at Rene Stud we were conducting a trial using maiden merino ewes joined to Charollais Rams, due to their growing popularity especially with maiden ewes we thought we would see for ourselves how they would perform. Our aim was to lamb maiden ewes out unassisted & take the lambs through to kill weight, and then finally see how they kill out at the abattoir & assess our results. We have tagged the lambs with electronic tags so that we can accurately monitor their weight gains. The details of the trial are below: Purchased
Charollais flock rams topped the Rene 2021 stud sale at $3800 Charollais rams stole the show again at the Mitchell family's Rene stud flock ram sale at Culcairn on Friday, with the top flock rams selling to $3800 and attracting a lot of competition in the shed and online. Original article - The Land, Oct, 2021 Rene stud principals Doug and Irene Mitchell, Culcairn, with top priced buyer Murray Bullen, David Hill Livestock, Wodong, an the $3800 top-priced Charollais ram. The sale was strong, with all 68 Charollais rams that were offered selling to a top of $3800 to average a
Rene's record breaking sale Now that the dust has settled from our Stud Ram & Ewe sale we would just like to say thank you to everyone who jumped online and watched our Live Stream display night on Thursday and then those who joined us again on Friday night to watch the live stream of our Auction. To those who registered, brought sheep & the unbidders we say a huge thank you. We topped at $10,000 for Lot 1 (iceman) & had an average of $4928.57 for our Rams, with the Ewes topped at $4800 Lot 62 and average of $1339.58.
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