This Working Arable Farm Manager role will be based on a highly successful arable farm in Oxfordshire. The candidate will be responsible for the majority of spraying and will be involved in many of the farms duties and operations. This is an excellent opportunity which will involve managing a 1600 acre arable farm. This is a varied role where you will be actively involved in agriculture whilst also having an integrated function in the organisations wider business.
Highly successful and established arable farming business in Oxfordshire.
- Teleporter licence, PA1, PA2, PA4 and forklift certificate.
- Agronomist desirable.
- Confident using and operating spraying equipment and machinery.
- Responsible for the majority of spraying (90%).
- Farming experience.
- Knowledge of crops.
- Responsible for managing 1600 acres of arable land.
- Highly competitive package on offer!
- Circa £30K - £35K.
- Accommodation available on the farm.
- Vehicle provided.
If interested, then please email your CV to Rebekah Shields, Recruitment Consultant - Rebekah@agriRS.co.uk.
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