Dairy Herdspersons carry out feeding, health, and breeding programs on dairy farms, and may also supervise general farm workers. They are responsible for maintaining livestock performance records and performing all dairy-producing work, including selection, breeding, feeding, and medicating the animals.
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Apprentice wage increases with skill and experience. Fully qualified workers can make up to $19.00 per hour, excluding overtime.