Care and handling of swine in the USMARC Swine Finishing and Breeding areas. Position includes the supervision of ART I employees assigned to the Finishing and Breeding areas. Collection of research data, ensuring treatment and experiment protocols are being followed. Sanitation of facilities. Working with UNL and MARC personnel.
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Associate’s degree in an agricultural related field plus two years of swine experience; equivalent education/experience considered. Knowledge, skills, and ability to recognize, treat, and care for typical swine ailments associated with swine finishing and breeding operations. Knowledge, skills, and ability to utilize low stress animal handling techniques.
Associate’s degree in animal science or related field plus two years of swine experience specifically in finishing and breeding. Specialized knowledge and skills to provide advanced care and treatment to finishing pigs, gilts, and sows. Knowledge and skills to select females for replacements to the herd, ability to detect heat in cycling females and the qualifications to AI those females. Ability to select animals for market. Ability to complete extensive data collection. Pork Quality Assurance and Transport Quality Assurance training.
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