To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
Monitors cattle intake and assigns subsequent distribution of feed by familiarizing self with cattle eating patterns according to gender, days on feed, weather, and breed; maximizes feed intake of cattle by following guidelines.
Ensures accurate feed delivery by monitoring feed bunks and assessing feed distribution, quantity, type, and timeliness of delivery.
Ensures that newly received cattle are fed in a timely manner by coordinating feeding with the cattle department.
Minimizes truck downtime by scheduling maintenance/repair; develops and implements feed truck preventative maintenance program.
Monitors quality control of commodities received through regular inspection.
Maintains quality of finished feed rations by using quality ingredients, following recommendations from consulting Nutritionist and overseeing grain processing.
Complies with applicable OSHA, FDA, and EPA regulations; maintains appropriate compliance records.
Sets a positive example for employees by modeling safe work practices and following safety rules and policies. Communicates critical safety information to employees by conducting regular safety training; monitors workplace for unsafe/noncompliant behavior.
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