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Job Description Herd Manager artikrelnya mas Muchamad Muchlas

berikut ini adalah Job Description  Herd Manager dari artikrelnya mas Muchamad Muchlas tp sayangnya dalam bahasa inggris silakan terjemahkan sendiri yh kalau nggga ngerti bisa juga pake transate, kan jaman sekarang sudah cangih heheheh. berikut adalah artikelnya.
i am working in New Zealand as Assistant Herd Manager but after my heard manager leave to new farm i get his responsibility running  herringbone cowshed. I would like to introduce my job here to you. Actually, it is not a simple think because I must handle at least 2200 stock with 3 people and direct consultation with farm owner.  I get responsibility running herringbone cowshed with my job partner Kyle who is kiwi’s. Furthermore, I have writing above to know what actually herd manager do in the farm.
foto mas Muchamad Muchlas dengan karyawan peternakan di new zealand With milk mechine engineer
foto mas Muchamad Muchlas dengan karyawan peternakan di new zealand
 Herd Manager
This job description is a generic job description which, in general terms, should outline most of what you would expect from this role.
Purpose of position :
manager is required to work as part of the team to implement the agreed farm management plan, completing all tasks for herd and farm management. It is expected that the herd manager will understand the farms targets and help to implement the activities that will mean the business can meet those targets. A herd manager wouldn’t normally be responsible for managing staff on a regular basis.
Milk Production – Feeding:
Assist with the feeding of stock as directed by farm manager or according to the requirements outlined in the farm systems manual, including:
  • Working with the farm manager to allocate pasture on a daily basis, within the bounds of the feed budget
  • Either responsible for or assist with farm walks to collect pasture growth information
  • Understand the feed budget process and assist with completing feed budgets as required
  • Implementing irrigation requirements
  • Feeding out and setting up break fences
  • Implementing the weed control programme
  • Assisting with any pasture renovation programme
  • Assisting with any crop establishment programme
  • Applying fertiliser as per Nutrient Management Programme
  • Assisting with conservation of feed
  • Farm walk completed as agreed with farm manager, accurate pasture information
  • Assist with feed budget calculations using farm walk data collected, understand
    the implications of pasture information in relation to the time of year. Be capable
    of using the farm budget as a tool to support daily pasture management
  • Irrigation system operated in an efficient way, minimising water wastage
    Fences put up in correct place and in the correct way. Check power is working
    and fence is live. No cows break out. Check cows will have water
    Feed out so wastage is minimised and all cows will have access to feed
Milk Production – Milk Harvesting
Responsible for dairy management as directed by farm manager or according to the requirements outlined in the farm systems manual, including:
  • Supervising milking as required
  • Arriving on time to set up equipment
  • Arriving on time to get the cows in
  • Carrying out milking and teat spraying
  • Ensuring yards and bail area are hosed down on the completion of milking
  • Cleaning and maintaining the farm dairy, plant and equipment, to the standard outlined by the farm manager or the farm systems manual
  • Shutting away the cows
  • Milking is efficient and stress free for people and animals
  • Dairy is always set up before the cows arrive
  • Cows always arrive on time to the dairy, having walked at their own pace
  • Milking is completed to standards required, including all cows are milked
    appropriately, marked cows dealt with as per farm manager instructions or farm
    systems manual requirements. All cows are teat sprayed properly before they
    leave the dairy
  • The dairy, including bails and yard are cleaned as instructed
    Dairy plant and equipment is cleaned and maintained according to instructions
    Cows are always shut away after milking and are checked to make sure they have
Milk Production – Milk Quality:
Responsible for contributing to a continuous grade free seasons, by:
  • Helping to ensure only milk of the finest quality is presented for collection
  • Contributing to dairy hygiene and achievement of milk quality
  • Maintaining hygiene and cleanliness standards in and around the dairy
  • Assisting with dairy company documentation as required
  • Dairy procedures are always followed so only milk of the finest quality is
    presented for collection
  • Any incident that may mean milk could be contaminated is reported to farm
    manager immediately
  • All dairy hygiene requirements and standards are met
    Dairy company documentation up to date
    Stock Management – Animal Health & Welfare:
    Assisting with the management of the animals on farm as directed by farm manager or according to the requirements outlined in the Operations Manual including
  • Identifying and treating mastitis in cows
  • Identifying and treating lameness in cows
  • Identifying other animal health problems and either reporting these immediately to the farm manager or treating
  • Reporting any incidences of bloat or suspected bloat immediately to farm manager and taking remedial action
  • Moving and handling animals in an acceptable way at all times
  • Understand what good practice animal health and welfare looks like so that;
  • Unwell animals are identified and treated quickly following farm protocols
  • All unwell animals are reported to farm manager
  • All staff stay alert for signs of unwell animals at all times, including when passing
    animals in the paddock, getting cows in for milking, etc.
  • All stock are handled in a quiet and calm way
  • Stock fatalities are minimised
    Stock Management – Seasonal Management Requirements:
    Understand seasonal stock management requirements and assist with implementing these as directed by farm manager or outlined in the farm systems manual
  • Assisting with all calving requirements
  • Assisting with all mating requirements
  • Assisting with all wintering requirements
  • Reporting any instances that require further action
  • Herd manager understands what good practice stock management looks like
  • Stock are managed according to good practice as outlined by the farm manager
    or the operations manual, management is appropriate for the time of the year
    Stock Management – Recording:
    Responsible for maintaining accurate information in the Yellow Notebook and ensuring it is up to date at all times
  • Keeping records of all mastitis treatments given and ensuring animals are marked according to the farm systems manual
  • Recording other treatments as required
  • Observing and recording cows in season
  • Observing and recording cows calved
  • Recording any other associated information as per farm systems manual or as instructed by farm manager
  • Yellow notebook is always readable and contains up to date, accurate information, this is transferred to the appropriate place
  • All animal treatments are recorded at the time as required. All treated animals
    are clearly marked as per the farm policy
  • Always observant when with the cows, writing down and telling the farm
    manager any information that may be useful, for example, cows that look like
    they may be coming in season
Natural Resource Management:
Assist with all environmental compliance as directed by farm manager or outlined in the farm systems manual, including:
  • Knowing the effluent and nutrient management systems for the farm
  • Ensuring effluent is managed as per the instructions, including all recording requirements
  • Ensuring all local environmental requirements are adhered to
  • Knowing the regional council compliance requirements
  • Knows the farm effluent system and can identify and fix any common problems
    with the system
  • Observant of the effluent system and notice if anything is not operating as it
    should, acts on this
  • Any issues or potential issues are quickly identified and communicated to the farm
  • Actions or inactions are such that you do not cause any breaches of the farm
    environmental requirements
Team Responsibilities
  • Effectively communicating with farm manager as required
  • Acting as effective team member, including communicating effectively with entire team
  • Supporting relief staff in their duties in the absence of the farm manager
  • Committed to learning new skills and attending appropriate training as agreed with farm manager
  • Contribute to the team, letting others know information that may be useful or
  • Help out others in the team if needed
  • Help to create a fun, supportive environment to work in
  • Have a good attitude to learning new things and using this knowledge
Health and Safety:
Comply with all health and safety requirements as directed by farm manager or outlined in the Health and Safety Manual, including :
  • Complying with the requirements of the health and safety in employment legislation
  • Complying with farm health and safety policies and procedures, including the wearing of all personal protective equipment
  • Notifying farm manager of new hazards as identified
  • Notifying the farm manager of any accident or near miss accident, (injury or non-injury) and complete an Accident Report
  • Understand and meet obligations as required of the health and safety in employment legislation
  • All farm H&S policies are complied with, including wearing of helmets and other
    personal protective equipment
  • All new hazards are identified quickly and the farm manager is notified as soon as
    possible. If possible isolate new hazards until the farm manager can eliminate or
    minimise it.
  • All accidents or near miss accidents are reported to the farm manager and the
    appropriate paper work is completed
    Maintain a Tidy Workplace
    : Look after the farm equipment and environment as directed by the farm manager or outlined in the farm systems manual, including
  • Putting tools and equipment away where they belong as soon as practical after finishing with them
  • Disposing of rubbish appropriatelyStoring machinery away in the correct place
  • Maintaining the grounds around the dairy and tanker track
  • Ensuring accommodation, garden and section areas are maintained in a tidy, well presented state
  • Completing general farm maintenance and farm development work as directed, notify farm manager of breakages/breakdowns immediately
  • Maintaining quad bike/farm bike and/or any other vehicle or tools provided according to schedule, notify farm manager of breakages/breakdowns
  • Help with major development projects as required by the farm
  • Complete all other tasks as may be reasonably and lawfully requested
    by farm manager, including but not limited to:
  • Working on other grazing farms
  • Managing winter grazing
  • All tools and equipment are where they belong unless they are being used
  • There is no rubbish lying around anywhere on farm (including at the
  • Machinery is kept in its correct place
  • The grounds around the dairy and tanker track are kept tidy and presentable at
    all times
  • Accommodation and surrounds are tidy
  • Farm maintenance is completed as required
  • All breakages are reported immediately
    Farm vehicles are well maintained according to the schedule
    Other tasks are completed in a timely way to the standards required
    sekian kawan semoga artikel ini bermanfaat untuk kita semuanya, amin....
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