Wetaskiwin, AB
Our milkers work 8 hours divided by 2 shifts of each 4 hours. Milking is done inside a newly built modern facility. It requires a lot of standing, walking, good coordination and manual dexterity. The labour is repetitive and physically demanding. Safety precautions must be followed to avoid injury and following good animal hygiene practices are necessary to prevent the spread of diseases. Our barn is well ventilated and manure is flushed out regularly. Milkers may routinely lift items weighing up to 20 kilograms or more.

Required skills

good health, physically fit and not allergic to grains, feed, animals, dust and milk
ability to follow instructions and protocols.
genuine interest in agriculture and a responsible caring attitude when working with our animals and equipment
interact with co-workers in pleasant and civil matter
flexibility and adaptability; when you are working with live cattle anything can happen so you always need to be ready for unforeseen happenings
being able to detect and treat diseases during milking