Callaghan Ranch, Ltd
H2A Available Jobs
Number of Workers Requested: 9
Perform any combination of the following tasks to attend to livestock on the open range: feeds and waters livestock, herds livestock to pasture for grazing; examines animals to detect diseases and injuries; assists with the vaccination of livestock by herding into corral and or stall manually restraining animal on the range; applies medications to cuts and bruises; sprays livestock with insecticide; assists with castration; clips ID notches on or brands animals; may assist with irrigation, planting, and harvesting of hay. Must be able to ride and handle horses in a manner to assure the safety of the worker, co worker, and livestock. Must be able to find and maintain bearings to grazing areas. Must be willing and able to occasionally live and work independently or in small groups of workers in isolated areas for extended periods of time. 9 hours per day is normal but workers may be on call for up to 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Minimum 6 months verifiable work experience required.
- Experience Required: Yes
- Months of Experience Required: 6
- Special Requirements:
- The employer confirms that a minimum of 90% of the work contract shall be performed on the range for the total number of workdays requested. The ranch consists of over 130 square miles of ground and is home to many thousand head of livestock. The ranch housing is located on the 84000 acre ranch and is considered traditional style housing, not tented temporary housing which is commonly found in many Range Herder operations. Although workers will be living in fixed site housing, they do not work in the house and do in fact spend their days on the open range. On Sundays when a worker is given the day off, other ranch personnel work in coordination to cover this day but, If a herders immediate attention is required on the range, such as a predator attack, the range worker is alerted to it via his two way radio or cell phone, both of which are provided to the range worker at no charge to the worker. SEE ADDENDUM C FOR CONTINUATION