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Dairy Farm Milker

 Wisconsin
 No Housing
 01/12/2021
 hour
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Job Description

Part Time or Full Time milker needed in a swing parlor. Shift is about 4 hours. Need individual with a strong work ethic to join our team. Familiarity with dairy farming required. Must be able to follow proper milking protocols, willing to operate a skid loader (we can train) and work some weekends.

Wage Description

Start at $12.00 or more depending on experience. Monthly bonus after 90 days employment.

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