Top Ranch Hand Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Ranch Hand. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Ranch Hand resumes they appeared on. For example, 30.3% of Ranch Hand resumes contained Cattle Ranch as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Ranch Hand actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Ranch Hand resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Cattle Ranch

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Here's how Cattle Ranch is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Fed and cared for up to eight private horses on a four thousand acre horse and cattle ranch.
  • Worked on a cattle ranch: feeding/working cattle, fixing fences, planting pastures, and spraying brush.
  • Assist in day to day duties and operations commonly found on dry land wheat farms and cattle ranches.
  • Work beside my parents, sister, and other extended family to manage our centennial cattle ranch.
  • General cattle ranching work including fence and stock pen building, feeding and working with cattle.
  • Assist with the day to day operation of a family owned Registered Black Angus cattle ranch.
  • Worked on a cattle ranch caring for cattle and operating tractors and other farm equipment.
  • Cleaned stalls, set out hay, fence work, general maintenance on horse/cattle ranch
  • Help with maintenance, cleaning and repairs on this functioning horse and cattle ranch.
  • Attended boarding school located on a working cattle ranch in Idaho's Pioneer Mountains.
  • General ranch hand duties at legendary cattle ranch in Northeastern New Mexico.
  • Assisted with management and operations of a cattle ranch in eastern Wyoming.
  • Assist with the weekly operation and maintenance of a beef cattle ranch.
  • Worked for my in-laws on their cattle ranch in central Montana.
  • Assisted in the upkeep of family's 15,000 acre cattle ranch.
  • Worked as a general ranch hand for a working cattle ranch.
  • Worked and managed 4,200 acre cattle ranch in Montague County.
  • Maintained property and structures at a 10,000 acre cattle ranch.
  • Maintained large acreage pastures and livestock for cattle ranch.
  • Oversee day to dag operations of cattle ranch.

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2. Water Livestock

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Here's how Water Livestock is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Feed and water livestock daily for each individual animal, while following instructions for each animal.
  • Fill feed troughs with feed, water livestock, and herd livestock to pasture for grazing.
  • Mix feed additives, fill feed troughs with feed and water livestock.
  • Feed and water livestock on a daily basis.
  • Feed and water livestock; and monitor food and water supplies.
  • Feed and water livestock; and monitor food and water supplies.

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3. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included maintaining and operating both track and wheeled heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment Accomplishments Learned how to run equipment professionally.
  • Cared for livestock, operated heavy equipment, managed family farm
  • Maintained and operated heavy equipment safely and efficiently.
  • Monitored and maintained road using heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment/maintained heavy equipment.
  • Managed 80-200 head of cattle, repaired equipment utilizing welding skills, built fence and livestock corrals and operated heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment, gave medical attention to cattle, built and repaired fences, various farming and harvest activities.
  • Operated heavy equipment daily* Moved 8 Irrigation lines daily* Constructed and maintained fence lines* Cared for livestock and other large animals
  • Maintained equipment, fabricated steel pins as well as repaired steel pins, maintained ranch roads using heavy equipment.
  • Maintained heavy equipment such as; Jon Deer grader with 20ft blade, caterpillar backhoe, and bulldozer.
  • Operated a variety of heavy equipment, tools and machinery, including tractor, backhoe and chainsaw.
  • Use of heavy equipment including Loader, Backhoe, Forklift, JD Tractors and misc farming equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment; exercise, sort and feed Rodeo stock; perform miscellaneous construction and run errands
  • Operated heavy equipment such as tractors, maintained field work, and constructed barns from ground up.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as forklifts, saws, wood chipper, tractors, and trucks.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as a skid steer, backhoe, hay squeeze, and tractor.
  • Operate farm machinery and heavy equipment necessary to prepare, cultivate and harvest hay pastures.
  • Use and direction of heavy equipment including excavator, back-hoe, and 10-wheel dump truck.
  • Worked cattle ran heavy equipment, broke horses, ran a breeding operation equine/cattle both.

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4. Clean Stalls

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Here's how Clean Stalls is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Clean stalls, turn out horses, operate tractor, fix fences, round up cattle as needed, exercise horses.
  • Groom and feed horses, clean stalls, some medical care of horses, property maintenance, operate machinery.
  • Clean Stalls And Maintenance To Vehicles, Barns, Living Quarters, Equipment, AutoShop, Corrals, Pins.
  • Feed animals, clean stalls, pick up eggs, cut grass, and anything else asked of me
  • Clean stalls and replenish bedding then blow out barn, go to next barn and do same procedure.
  • Feed, water, tend to health issues, repair fencing, some machinery operations, clean stalls.
  • Clean stalls, groom and tack up horses, exercise horses and feed and water when asked.
  • Muck and clean stalls, feed horses and other odd jobs that required attention i.e.
  • Clean stalls, rearrange horse corrals, feed and water horses, general maintenance and labor
  • General Ranch work cattle work and horse work clean stalls fencing and tractor work.
  • Feed and water animals, clean stalls and round-pen, and fix fencing.
  • Clean stalls, exercise horses, and maintain cleanliness on horses.
  • Feed, bathe, groom and exercise competitive cutting horses Clean stalls
  • Clean stalls exercised horses moved horses to Walker and different pastures.
  • Feed animals, clean stalls, plowing, sweeping barns.
  • Clean stalls, maintain cleanliness and safe grounds of property.
  • Clean stalls, keep the stall barn clean and organized.
  • Clean stalls and pens by hand or with a tractor.
  • Clean stalls, feed horses, and repair equipment.
  • Clean stalls, pens and equipment using disinfectant solutions.

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5. Animal Care

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Here's how Animal Care is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive daily animal care for both native and exotic animals.
  • Provided comprehensive daily animal care and farm maintenance.
  • General animal care of cattle, horses, goats, dogs and cats* Administer medications to young and adults* Website designer/maintainer
  • Consulted with other farmers/Dr's on the latest vaccines, feed and the best interest in the animal care.
  • Performed all aspects of ranch duties to include animal care such as feeding, grooming, and cleaning.
  • Performed customer service, cash handling, food preparation, assisted in animal care and facility maintenance.
  • Farm work/maintenance, large animal care, and leading groups of teenagers/preteens in ranch activities.
  • Managed day-to-day maintenance, carpentry and animal care on a 400-acre Equine Therapy Horse Ranch.
  • Helped with animal care, ranch upkeep, training/helping clients, etc.
  • Farm Animal Care, Roofing, Fencing, Hardware and Indoor Cleaning.
  • Provided general help, maintenance, animal care, and sold merchandise.
  • General maintenance, animal care, snow removal, record keeping.
  • Cleaned work shop, move pipe, and animal care.
  • Assisted veterinarian as needed with routine animal care and surgeries.
  • Provided basic animal care as well as other maintenance duties.
  • Assist in any animal care as well as livestock.
  • Ranch Maintenance, Animal Care, Construction, General Labor
  • Provided animal care and assisted in animal births.
  • Fence repair, field maintenance, animal care.
  • Keep up with maintenance and animal care.

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6. Ranch Equipment

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Here's how Ranch Equipment is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Performed maintenance and upkeep of ranch equipment and facilities including landscaping.
  • Operated, repaired, and maintained various ranch equipment and performed other duties associated with a large working ranch in South Texas
  • General ranch duties - Calving - Feeding cattle - Operating farm/ranch equipment (tractor, bale bed pick-up, etc.)
  • General ranch duties - Fencing - Haying - Operating farm/ranch equipment (tractor, hydro-swing, baler, etc.)
  • Repaired and maintained the ranch's barbed wire fence line, buildings, barns, corrals, and ranch equipment.
  • Maintain ranch equipment such as tractors and mowers, mow the main house and guest house, work cattle.
  • Worked and lived on a 350+ Acre Vineyard, maintained the vineyard, animals, as well as ranch equipment
  • Inspect and maintain ranch equipment to ensure proper functioning* Operate ranch equipment for cutting, raking, and hauling hay
  • Assisted the owner in equipment maintenance and repairs of hydraulic and electric systems of ranch equipment and machinery.
  • General calving duties - Feeding cattle - Operating farm/ranch equipment (tractors, corn feeders, etc.)
  • Inspect farm/ranch equipment to ensure proper functioning, adjust, repair and service equipment and notify owner.
  • Maintain all ranch equipment, as well as installing water well, pumps and cisterns.
  • Performed scheduled maintenance on ranch equipment such as tractors, skid steer, and attachments.
  • Worked on and used various types of farm and ranch equipment daily.
  • Learned how to run ranch equipment to better develop the ranch.
  • Maintained and repaired fences, cattle pens, and Ranch equipment.
  • Welded, cut, and redesigned ranch equipment and buildings.
  • Work Cattle* Repair water lines* Maintain ranch equipment and fences
  • Inspect farm or ranch equipment to ensure proper functioning.
  • Experience using tractor, chainsaw and other ranch equipment.

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7. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Completed preventative maintenance on all farm equipment and ensured safe operation.
  • Performed all preventative maintenance on machinery such as a Ford tractor, Dodge Pick up and all lawn equipment.
  • Conduct preventative maintenance on tools and equipment to include cleaning, lubricating, and calibration.
  • Coordinated preventative maintenance on existing and new production equipment, including routine calibration.
  • Designed filing system for tracking routine and preventative maintenance.
  • Followed routine and preventative maintenance checklists.

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8. General Labor

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Here's how General Labor is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Performed service and basic maintenance on equipment General labor duties as necessary
  • Performed general labor and assisted with crops and handling livestock
  • General Labor in constructing barbed wire fence structures up to miles at a time, skills required special equipment and caution.
  • General Labor, Construction of new barns, sheds, shelters, landscaping, animal husbandry-horses, cattle etc.
  • Feed and handle 27 horses, lay and repair waterlines, and perform general labor and maintenance.
  • Clean up after the animals, maintain ranch, general labor, and exercise horses.
  • Ranch hand, general labor, worked livestock, calved out during nights.
  • Provided general labor around the ranch from digging post holes to maintaining fields
  • Fixed fences, helped build sheds, and other general labor.
  • Ranch hand, general labor, worked livestock, operated machinery.
  • General labor for the ranch which includes operating heavy machinery.
  • General labor, tending to animals, working heavy machinery.
  • General labor, building horse corral and turnout pen.
  • Provided other, general labor around the ranch.
  • Performed general labor and maintenance tasks.
  • General labor and ranch upkeep.
  • General Labor of Ranch Hands.
  • General laborer for the ranch.
  • General labor/Earthwork design and contruction/Land regeneration
  • general labor, worked livestock, operated farm machinery, fixed fence, tended to livestock, worked cattle.

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9. General Ranch Maintenance

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Here's how General Ranch Maintenance is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Worked as a general ranch hand fixing fence, maintaining buildings, hay bailing, and general ranch maintenance.
  • Performed general ranch maintenance, cared for livestock, built fence, welding and maintained grounds.
  • General ranch maintenance such as fixing fence, repairing stalls, building animal enclosures, etc.
  • Managed 500 head of cattle, 3000 head of sheep and general ranch maintenance.
  • General Ranch Maintenance including feeding, cleaning and taking care of 40+ horses.
  • Build and repair fences, handle general ranch maintenance and yard work.
  • Operated backhoe and skid steer, dusted fields and general ranch maintenance.
  • General Ranch maintenance, fixing fences, stockyards, etc.
  • Performed general ranch maintenance, i.e.
  • General ranch maintenance Planting food plots Hunting guide
  • hauled hay saddled horses hauled horses hauled equipment built pipe fence general ranch maintenance

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10. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Develop and carried out continuous improvement projects in order to provide excellent customer service.
  • General Labor involving irrigation, landscaping, vehicle maintenance, and customer service
  • Provided excellent customer service and ensured guests an enjoyable experience.
  • Repaired and operated farm equipment, sold livestock, general care of livestock, customer service, fencing, construction.
  • Guided hunters and provided quality customer service in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Provided quality customer service keeping guided trips and rides safe and enjoyable.
  • Provided customer service during weddings and wine tasting events.
  • Organized cattle for auction Provided customer service as the host of the ranch
  • stock gift shops, take care of livestock, provide customer service
  • Handle large amounts of money Experience in customer service
  • Maintained Facilities Vehicle Maintenance Customer Service
  • Assist with special needs dogs Feeding and medicating of dogs Providing friendly and professional customer service throughout adoption process.
  • Operated various equipment Worked livestock Carpentry, fabrication and customer service Building and repairing fence
  • Cleaned Stalls Maintained Barn And Fences Tended To Over 36 Horses Customer Service

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11. Manual Labor

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Here's how Manual Labor is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Performed manual labor such as building and cleaning stalls, building property fences, and grooming the landscape.
  • Provided manual labor for the preserve, building enclosures, cleaning up the premises etc.
  • Assisted in ranch duties including manual labor and running the horses and cows.
  • Performed manual labor including Landscaping, construction, stretching fences and other tasks.
  • Performed manual labor on 300 acre deer farm in Hartford WI.
  • Moved pipe, fixed fence, general farm/ranch manual labor.
  • Performed heavy manual labor and a variety of farming duties.
  • Provided manual labor and services to owner
  • Performed Manual labor and customer service.
  • Job included many manual labor duties.
  • Park, I assist in the manual labor that needs to be done.
  • Worked as a cattle ranch hand doing intense manual labor Assisted ranch owner with miscellaneous activities and projects
  • Regularlyworked 60 hr work weeks outdoors manual labor and with heavymachinery.
  • Maintained equipment worked cattle upkeep of the shop manual labor familiar with all aspects of farm/ranch

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12. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Clean Skills Used-Construction-mechanics -welding/fabrication -plumbing -hand tools- operating equipment
  • Assemble, position, and secure structures such as corrals and fences, using hand tools and shielded metal arc welding.
  • Used hand tools regularly on tractors, trucks, and carpentry work on corrals, sheds, and other miscellaneous projects.
  • Lubricate, adjust, and make minor repairs to farm equipment, using oilcans, grease guns, and hand tools.
  • Assemble, position, and secure structures such as trellises, beehives, or fences, using hand tools.
  • Repair and replace defective equipment parts, using hand tools and power tools, and reassemble equipment.
  • Experience with chain saws for property maintenance and various types of hand tools for equipment maintenance.
  • Use of agricultural equipment such as tractors as well as hand tools to ensure ranch upkeep.
  • Rope, hand tools, manual t-post driver, shovel and wheelbarrow Environments:.
  • Used hand tools to mount, install, and secure various metals and wood.
  • Can use most hand tools and power tools, torch cutting and minor welding
  • Learned how to use various hand tools and machinery.
  • Experienced using precision hand tools, cutting and measuring.
  • Used different power and hand tools.
  • Operate numerous hand tools on equipment.
  • Used hand tools such as shovel, hoes, pruning, shears, knives, ladders, and power tools.
  • Used hand tools to install fences, dig trenches and ditches, install sprinklers, and build horse stalls.
  • Used hydraulic tamps and post pounders as well as hand tools like spades, picks, hammers, wire stretchers.
  • Cleared brush from fence lines and irrigation ditches using chainsaws, hand tools, and deck mounted bushhogs.
  • Used hand tools, such as wrenches and ratchet tools from 1 inch to inch.

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13. Farm Equipment

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Here's how Farm Equipment is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Exercise and train horses-Move cattle from pasture to pasture*Maintain Ranch Property-Fix fence-Run farm equipment-Built Barn
  • Assisted in forage production and harvest- Operation/repair/maintenance of farm equipment ranging from JD6410-JD8335
  • Cleaned and washed farm equipment-Cut hay-Collected and stored animal feed- Repaired equipment
  • Performed necessary equipment maintenance of ranch vehicles and farm equipment.
  • Operated and maintained various heavy machinery and farm equipment.
  • Repaired and replaced defective farm equipment.
  • Drive and control farm equipment to till soil and to plant, cultivate, harvest crops, and hay baling.
  • Maintained & operated numerous kinds of farm equipment required to farm the alfalfa for the cattle and for sale.
  • Fed and took care of livestock, fixed fence, operated farm equipment, cut and baled hay.
  • Operated all farm equipment including farm tractor, high lift, bob cat, fork lift and gator.
  • Completed many tasks including, operating farm equipment, caring for animals and facilities, and landscaping.
  • Operated a variety of farm equipment including tractors, class 7 commercial trucks, backhoe, etc.
  • Performed repairs of hydraulic and engine equipment of farm equipment and machinery as well as tool inventory.
  • Worked Cows * Operated farm equipment * Dug waterlines / fixed water leaks * Maintenance on farm equipment
  • Maintained grounds, animals, and equipment: including trucks, farm equipment, and construction equipment.
  • Experience in operating and maintaining farm equipment, such as tractors, mowers and chain saws.
  • Work on ranch taking care of livestock and maintaining farm equipment, truck and cattle pods.
  • Performed maintenance on farm equipment, hydraulic systems, operated farm equipment, loaders, backhoe.
  • Repaired broken fence, ran farm equipment, and rode and took care of the cattle.
  • Truck Driving: I was required to drive farm equipment and large trucks at this job.

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14. Water Lines

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Here's how Water Lines is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Set water troughs throughout property trench for water lines and set storage water tanks pour concrete slabs.
  • Repaired fences, water lines, and anything else needed to be repaired on the ranch.
  • Assist with all aspects of property upgrades and maintenance - building construction, new water lines.
  • General orchard work, watering and checking water lines are working, suckering, and pruning.
  • Performed ranch maintenance such as fixing fences and ensuring that all water lines are functional.
  • Changed water lines, mowed property lawn, feed farm animals end assisted with customers.
  • Operate heavy equipment, build fence, repair water lines, feed and tend livestock.
  • Repair broken water lines, fences, stalls, and buildings on facility.
  • Inspected, maintained, and repaired water lines, yards, and fences.
  • Operated trencher, ran, hooked up, and buried water lines.
  • Maintained and repaired facilities such as water lines and pumps.
  • Repaired plumbing such as water hydrants and buried water lines.
  • Repair water lines for cattle and houses.
  • Installed water lines and repaired busted pipes.
  • Checked and fixed 30 water wells, 10 water lines, 20 water tanks, and 30 controls boxes.
  • Maintain all water ways, wells, plumbing, pumps, water tanks, and water lines.
  • Run cattle, cut trees, fix water lines, fix fence, dirt work,
  • General care includes stall cleaning, feeding and turning out horses, small repairs ie fences, water lines, doors etc
  • Hauled hay ran a hay hauling crew built fence built ranch roads and ditches for water lines and rv parks
  • Performed other job-related duties as assigned Basic construction work such as digging trenches for underground water lines.

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15. Farm Animals

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Here's how Farm Animals is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Administer vacations to farm animals maintain property up keep and regularly maintenance trackers and equipment.
  • Excavated harmful plant-life from livestock pastures, routinely exercised farm animals.
  • Maintained and fed livestock/farm animals.
  • Feed farm animals morning and night including; horses, goats, pigs, llamas, chickens, dogs and cats.
  • Fence building, general ranch labor Skills UsedDoctoring sick or injured animals, knowledge of different farm animals, fence building
  • Managed care of farm animals including donkeys, dogs, horses, and 300 head of cattle.
  • Tend to farm animals and livestock in a bid to keep them fed and healthy.
  • Care for farm animals, maintained the appearance and repair of ranch property and equipment.
  • Fed and cared for all farm animals, including the milking of cows and goats.
  • Cared for livestock and other farm animals by feeding, watering and nutrition supplements.
  • Care and maintenance of miscellaneous farm animals mainly focused on horses.
  • Selected pasture to graze farm animals and managed feed schedules.
  • Buck hay, feed and care for farm animals.
  • Take care of the horses and other farm animals.
  • Administer vaccines to cattle and other farm animals.
  • Diagnose and manage care for farm animals.
  • Maintain Property & Assist with Farm Animals
  • Tend to livestock and farm animals.
  • Care of exotic farm animals.
  • Milk farm animals by hand.

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16. Repair Equipment

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Here's how Repair Equipment is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair equipment, machinery, buildings, pens, yards, and fences.
  • Service and repair equipment including tractors, trailers, and ranch vehicles.
  • Operate pneumatic tools and power tools safely to maintain and repair equipment.
  • Inspect, maintain, and repair equipment, machinery, buildings.
  • Inspect, maintain and repair equipment and fences.
  • Utilized hand and power tools to repair equipment.
  • Fix and repair equipment and ranch facilities.
  • Maintain, upkeep and repair equipment.
  • Drive and pull trailer with cattle for auctions or trade,also maintain and repair equipment weekly or as required.
  • Maintain and Repair Equipment * I do all sorts of side jobs for people.

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17. Front End Loader

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Here's how Front End Loader is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Transport hay from hay barn to feed stall using a 60-horsepower tractor with a front end loader.
  • Learn to drive various tractors, front end loaders, cattle trucks and horse trailers.
  • Operate heavy machine like skid loader and front end loader from time to time.
  • Operated Feed Wagon Tractor, Hay Bale Tractor, and Front End Loader.
  • Load and unload round bales of hay using front end loader frequently.
  • Maintain dirt roads with Front End Loader Blade Attachment.
  • Loaded cellars with a tractor/front end loader.
  • Operated tractors with front end loaders.
  • Performed repairs and maintenance on tractors, four wheelers, hay baler, front end loader, and back hoe.
  • Operated skid steer and other machinery such as forklift, front end loader, excavator, etc..
  • Operated Equipment including Tractors, Front end loaders, backhoes, dozers, combines, etc.
  • Operate fork lift, tractor, dozer, front end loader.
  • Build and repair fences Trim the pecan trees Operate tractor and front end loader for all necessary needs Weld cattle chutes together

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18. Bobcat

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Here's how Bobcat is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Operated heavy machinery including Bobcats and Forklifts.
  • Helped to finish ranch house doors and trim, and cleaned corrals out with bobcat.
  • Operated equipment such as tractors and bobcats to cut hay and move heavy objects.
  • General grounds maintenance, light construction/electrical work, equine care and training, bobcat/backhoe operation
  • Operated a bobcat to perform ditch work and other miscellaneous tasks.
  • Operated tractors, bobcats, and an array of power tools.
  • Performed landscaping using basic yard tools, tractors and bobcats.
  • Operated backhoes, bobcats and other heavy machinery.
  • Operated tractor and BobcatMowed field and disc horse corals
  • Operate farm equipment (backhoe, tractor, zero-turn, chainsaw, bobcat, etc.
  • Operate equipment and machinery such as bobcats, tractors, dozers, etc.
  • Operated front loader, back hoe, grader, bobcat.
  • Pulled livestock trailers Used bobcat and four wheelers
  • Drive tractor, Bobcat, Farm Truck Haul Trailers Feed and Care for Horses, Goats, and Donkeys
  • Installed mobile hydraulic irrigation rigs, Nisland SD Operated bobcat, telalifts and air tools.
  • Use of Case Backhoe, Cat Backhoe, John Deere trackhoe, Cat trackhoe, Bobcat uniloader.

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19. Irrigation Systems

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Here's how Irrigation Systems is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Repaired and provided upkeep of Pivot irrigation systems.
  • Irrigated with center pivot irrigation systems.
  • Manage irrigation systems, watering and seeding
  • Maintained and repaired irrigation systems.
  • Operated and maintained irrigation systems.
  • Trouble shoot and maintained irrigation by designing and manufacturing / repairing 36 head gate dams for new and existing irrigation systems.
  • Maintain repair, and overhaul farm machinery and vehicles, such as tractors, harvesters, pumps and irrigation systems.
  • Worked on family's 15 acre horse ranch maintaining farm equipment, irrigation systems, buildings, and grounds-keeping.
  • Operated center pivot sprinkler irrigation and flood irrigation systems, utilizing gated pipe, ditch and damn.
  • Maintained and repaired irrigation systems that included laying and gluing PVC pipe and digging ditches.
  • Operated tractors, straight trucks, farm equipment, grain dryers, and irrigation systems.
  • Managed irrigation systems to maintain fish habitat for local Brown and Rainbow Trout populations.
  • Install and shift irrigation systems to irrigate fields evenly or according to crop need.
  • Maintained and monitored irrigation systems, including wheel lines, pivots and hand lines.
  • Complete installation of irrigation systems as well as complete landscaping of jobs.
  • Care of large animals and maintenance on pivots and irrigation systems.
  • Set up sprinkler irrigation systems, repair fences, maintain landscaping.
  • Checked pipeline work for irrigation systems.
  • Utilized wheel move irrigation systems.
  • Designed and constructed 4 waterline schematics, for water troughs and irrigation systems with smallest variable of cost.

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20. Horse Shows

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Here's how Horse Shows is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Work with horses to prepare them for riders, races, trail work and/or horse shows.
  • Participated in the management of summer camp program, horse shows, clinics, & special events.
  • Traveled to assist competitors in horse shows.
  • Helped maintain the facilities as well as set up for horse shows.
  • Attended horse shows every weekend.
  • Take care of the whole farm while owners were at horse shows.

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21. Ranch Operations

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Here's how Ranch Operations is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Worked directly with supervisor to achieve daily ranch operations.
  • Review ranch operations and financial situation weekly.
  • Helped manage ranch operations and all related activities
  • Managed daily ranch operations including cattle feeding, vaccinations & herd movement- Installed & removed fencing- Maintained farm land & crop production
  • Feed animals, building fence, digging irrigation ditches, fixing windmills and several other general farm and ranch operations.
  • Create purchase orders, locate parts and supplies, ordering, receiving, stocking, distribution for ranch operations.
  • Managed ranch operations as rancher was away - feeding, irrigation pivot and hay operations.
  • Assisted with ranch operations, including design and construction of processing and holding pens.
  • Time management, General overall ranch operations and problem solving.
  • Handled ranch operations while manager was absent.
  • Handled day to day ranch operations.
  • Involved in all levels of ranch operations including demolition, construction and animal management.
  • Assisted with ranch operations, including stocking pastures and sorting grass cattle Monitored health of and doctored sick cattle.

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22. Equipment Operation

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Here's how Equipment Operation is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Skilled in communication, critical thinking, mechanics and equipment operation.
  • Performed ranch operation duties and labor including: fence repair, equipment operation, herd tending, care, and management.
  • Hired hand for welding and equipment operation, for day work.
  • Farm equipment operation was a daily task.
  • Assisted with Farm equipment operation and repairs (i.e.
  • Performed various welding and fence repair/maintenance Knowledge of power equipment operation and handtools.
  • Demonstrate various equipment operation skills Irrigate to maintain crop life Executed various ranch duties
  • Fence construction and repair Equipment maintenance and repair Equipment operation.
  • Put the hay up in proper and timely fashion.Skills UsedHorsemnaship, cattle handling skills, equipment operation,(heavy equip.

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23. Water Supplies

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Here's how Water Supplies is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Managed a wide range of responsibilities throughout the ranch that included monitoring food and water supplies for all livestock.
  • Mixed feed, additives, and medicines in prescribed portions, monitor food and water supplies.
  • Maintain facilities such as fencing, water supplies, and outdoor housing and wind shelters.
  • Feed and water ranch animals, and monitor food and water supplies.
  • Maintain facilitiesd such as fencing, water supplies and cutting of grass.
  • Maintained facilities and equipment such as fences, water supplies, outdoor housing, wind shelters, barns and ditches.

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24. Detect Illness

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Here's how Detect Illness is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury, or disease.
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury, or disease; provide medications and vacinations.
  • Observe animals' physical conditions to detect illness or unhealthy conditions requiring medical care.
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury or disease.
  • Observe horses' physical conditions to detect illness.
  • Observed animals' physical conditions to detect illness.

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25. Dump Truck

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Here's how Dump Truck is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Work duties include the use of tractors, front end loaders, dump trucks, and other farm equipment.
  • Operated all types of equipment including hand and power tools, mowers, tractors and dump truck equipment.
  • Plowed snow, sprayed weeds in pastures, gathered firewood, irrigation renovation, operated dump truck.
  • Operated machinery including tractors, loaders, backhoes, off road dump trucks, and arm equipment.
  • Maintained irrigation ditches using backhoes, excavators, front end loaders and dump truck as needed.
  • General ranch work using Articulating Tractors, and Dump Trucks for planting and harvesting.
  • Cleaned the road of any big rocks falling out of the dump trucks.
  • Operate various front end loaders to load hay trailers and load dump trucks.
  • Used front end loaders to fill dump truck for back fill in ditches.
  • Hauled dirt in dump truck, operated equipment.
  • Feed the cattle, bush hog, driving a skid steer & dump truck on property
  • Operate heavy machinery (escavator, skid steer, back hoe, dump truck, water truck, front loader.)
  • Operated swather, tractor with farm equipment, backhoe, dump truck and other 10-wheeler trucks, and skid steer.
  • Maintain Ranch VehiclesMaintain/Build Fences, Roads, Structures, etcOperate Tractors, Bulldozers, Dump Trucks, and other Machinery
  • use of large machinery when required from basic farm tractors to backhoes and dump trucks.
  • Hauled material using dump truck for road maintanence.
  • Run equipment, Excavators, tractor, dump truck, ect.
  • Train horses all levals, mend fences, operate tractors & backhoes, dump truck,muck stalls

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26. Acre Ranch

average Demand
Here's how Acre Ranch is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Worked on crew to reduce fire risk on 2,600 acre ranch so property owner could qualify for state subsidy.
  • Maintained a secure environment, of the property of the employer, which was a 1753 acre ranch.
  • Managed and supervised the summer hay crew, hiring and firing employees as needed for the 500-acre ranch.
  • Start at first barn ad take other horses out to specified separated pastures in a 40 acre ranch.
  • Managed the land and cattle for a 700 acre ranch- Led a group of anywhere from 2-5 workers
  • Care and Feeding of 2100 head of Cattle, General Maintenance of 35,000 acre ranch.
  • Involved in all aspects of ranching/farming on a 15,000 acre ranch in northwest Nebraska.
  • Cared for 400 head of cow/calf operation on a 5,000 acre ranch.
  • Cared for horses, other animals on a small acre ranch.
  • Sole responsibility for all maintenance and operations on 300+ acre ranch.
  • Managed grounds crew and maintenance duties for a 100,000 acre ranch.
  • Maintained two hundred acre ranch which included some livestock.
  • Maintained a 15 acre ranch as a ranch hand for 5 months to BPI owners home.
  • Worked with a 3 man crew on a 600 acre ranch.
  • 59261Managed 2000 head cow calf operation and farmed 50000 acre ranch- Worked cattle and maintained fences- Ran tractors and farm equipment
  • Worked on 1024 acre ranch in West Texas on the weekends year round in all types of weather.
  • Irrigated 3,000 acre ranch raising alfalfa and grass hay usinghand lines, wheel lines, and pivots.
  • Maintained cleanliness and integrity of 5 acre ranch, with a total of over 400 animals.
  • Tended to privately owned 8 acre ranch, Everyday maintained by myself solely.
  • Ranch hand,did random tasks around a 5000+ acre ranch

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27. Drive Trucks

average Demand
Here's how Drive Trucks is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Feed livestock with tractor and TMR*Drive trucks, tractors, and other equipment to distribute feed to animals.
  • Load agricultural products into trucks and drive trucks to market or storage facilities.
  • Drive trucks to deliver commodities and feed to storage containers and elevators.
  • Drive trucks and trailers exceeding 20ft in length, long distance.
  • Drive trucks and other equipment2.
  • Drive trucks to haul crops, supplies, & tools.
  • SUMMER JOB since Age 8) Drive trucks, tractors, and other equipment to distribute feed to animals.
  • Drive trucksand other equipment to distribute feed to animals.
  • Doctor/Work/Ride/Feed Cattle Build/Fix Fence Check/Maintain Sprinklers Drive Trucks Ride Horses Operate Tractors and Farm Equipment

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28. ATV

average Demand
Here's how ATV is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Operated tractors for raking hay, docked lambs, herded sheep by ATV
  • Operated chainsaw, ATV's, motorcycles, power tools and hand tools
  • Used ATV's to change water and do other farm/ranch jobs.
  • Fenced, moved cattle horseback and ATV.
  • Operated an ATV to transport materials.
  • Operate tractor and utilize ATV.
  • Drive & maintain equipment used (mower, tractor, ATV).
  • Herd cattle on foot, in vehicle and on ATV's.
  • Service including Auto, RV, and ATV.
  • Conducted cattle drives on horses and ATV's.
  • Developed the ability to operate and maintain machinery including chainsaws, snowmobiles, ATVs, and a Bombardier Snow Cat.
  • Farm equipment maintenance and repair for Robert Young Vineyards repairing tractors, ATVs, and other vehicles.
  • Repair barbed wire fence line when broken, general maintenence on farm equipment and ATV's.
  • Operate atv to perform ranch duties such as feed cattle and repair fence.
  • Light duty pickups * ATV's * International feed wagon * Frieghtliner feed wagon
  • Worked cattle on horseback, on atvs, and on foot.
  • Repaired and maintained trucks, tractors, and atvs.
  • Cut fire wood, Light mechanic on ranch trucks and ATVs, keep yard mowed, plant, trim, water.
  • Doctored sick calves (ATV ).
  • Wash, Cut and clip Simmental cattle Operate tractors and ATV's Feed and check food bunks

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29. Disinfectant Solutions

average Demand
Here's how Disinfectant Solutions is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Clean livestock stalls and sheds using disinfectant solutions, brushes, and shovels.
  • Clean and maintain appearance of milking parlor using disinfectant solutions, brushes and pressure washers.

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30. Built Fences

low Demand
Here's how Built Fences is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Repaired and built fences, both by hand and with a team, used precise measurements to get exact fences built.
  • Cared for livestock, built fences, maintained equipment, baled hay and other general farming duties.
  • Cleared fence rows, rebuilt fences, dug trenches for field lines using a backhoe.
  • Calved out cows, tagged and doctored calves, built fences.
  • Managed crops, built fences, mowed/weed eat, bail hay.
  • Performed structural maintenance and repair; built fences.
  • Worked with livestock built fences.
  • Maintained ranch and ranch animals,built fences, trained horses
  • Fixed and built fences for the saftey of the heard, also went on cattle drives to find lost cattle.
  • Tended livestock Repaired equipment Carpentry work Built Fences Fabrication work Land development

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31. Live Stock

low Demand
Here's how Live Stock is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Assisted in breaking young and untrained horses, maintained all the live stock; feeding, cleaning, waters, etc.
  • Farm maintenance * Landscaping * Operated Trucks, tractors, and other equipment to distribute feed to live stock
  • Tended to live stock, put up hay, vehicle maintenance, construction work,
  • Looked after ranch live stock including horses, bulls, and cows.
  • Worked cows doctored cows worked around live stock.
  • Fed and cared for live stock.
  • Build fences, operate drilling equipment, cut down trees, build barns, take care of live stock.
  • Take care of live stock.
  • Moved wheel lines, cared/transported live stock, operated/maintenanced equipment.
  • Operate utility and road crop tractors to plow, mow, spray, harvest, and feed live stock !
  • Pick up of food, supplies and administering medication to ranchlive stock.
  • Racked hay in hay fields,fed all live stock and poultr.maintained farm equipment and cleaned farm house.sold feed to customers.
  • Fixed fencing Build buildings Dealt with a lot of live stock
  • Attend live stock .Purchase and pick up supplies.
  • Helped work cattleFeeding live stockCleaning and maintaining horse stallsBuilding pens for cattleFixing fence

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32. Water Hoses

low Demand
Here's how Water Hoses is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Cleaned stalls, pens, and equipment, using disinfectant solutions,Brushed, shovels and water hoses.
  • Cleaned pens and equipment using brushes, shovels or water hoses.

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33. Artificial Insemination

low Demand
Here's how Artificial Insemination is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Assist with Artificial Insemination and selection of genetically superior bulls.
  • Assisted in artificial insemination and embryo transfer.
  • Assisted with Artificial Insemination and cattle vaccinations.
  • Documented health and behaviors of new born calves; including doctoring sick calves, artificial insemination, and cattle drives.
  • Assisted in handling equines during veterinary events (artificial insemination, gelding, mild-severe topical injuries, etc).
  • Assisted in haying operation, and fence repair- Experience with Artificial insemination with 140 cows, and 49 heifers
  • Included tasks of watching herd heats, artificial insemination, and assisting with embryo transfers and flushes.
  • Worked with cattle (vaccinating, calving, branding, Artificial Insemination, etc.)
  • Assisted with vaccinating, branding, pregnancy testing, and artificial insemination of cattle.
  • Assist with the collection of semen from stallions and artificial insemination of mares.
  • Assisted in the artificial insemination of the whitetail deer.
  • Assisted with artificial insemination and fixing fence Moved and checked cattle
  • Managed 100+ horses Fence repair and lawn care Tractor operation Assisted veterinarians with foaling and artificial insemination
  • Assisted in trailering to Athens Vet Clinic for ultrasounds and artificial inseminations Held horses for farrier to trim hooves

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34. John Deere

low Demand
Here's how John Deere is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Ranch Duties mostly working on a 650 John Deere Bulldozer clearing land for new fencing.
  • Operate and maintain farm equipment: John Deere 95A tractor, lawn equipment and machinery.
  • Operated John Deere 3320 in preparation for kennel installation and gardening.
  • Herded cattle using John Deere Gator.
  • Operated John Deere equipment such as: 4400, 7700, 3010, 4010, 4020, 4320.
  • Operated equipment with hydraulic/PTO attachments: John Deere 4640 (plow, grain drill, drag, etc.
  • Moved Round Hay Bales with Dual Dodge and John Deere 6 Bale Trailer.
  • Plant wheat and ran a 4030 John Deere spayer.
  • Bucked hay Operated and maintained John Deere equipment Maintained fencing Fire fighter Roofing

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35. Medical Treatment

low Demand
Here's how Medical Treatment is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Provide medical treatment, such as administering medications and vaccinations.
  • Provided medical treatment and administered medications as needed.
  • Administered all medical treatment for both cattle and horses.
  • Help feed baby calves and provided medical treatments.
  • Help feed baby calves and provided medical treatments.Feed older heifers
  • Administered medical treatments to cattle Shipped and received cattle Oversaw grazing and pasture rotation

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36. Physical Characteristics

low Demand
Here's how Physical Characteristics is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Examlned animals to detect illness, injury, or disease, and to check physical characteristics,such as weight gain.
  • Examine horses to detect illness, injury, or disease, and to check physical characteristics.
  • Examined animals to detect illness, injury or disease as well as check physical characteristics such as rate of weight gain.
  • Examined livestock to detect illness, injury, and to check physical characteristics, such as rate of weight gain.
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury, or disease, and to check physical characteristics.
  • Examine animals to detect illness, injury or disease and to check physical characteristics, such as rate of weight gain.

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37. Wheel Lines

low Demand
Here's how Wheel Lines is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Helped with running wheel lines (putting together, moving, maintenance) and hand line.
  • Irrigate fields with hand lines, wheel lines, center pivot and flood irrigation.
  • Irrigated pasture and farm land flood irrigation, hand lines and wheel lines.
  • Irrigated crops in various ways; Flood irrigation, Wheel lines and Pivots.
  • Worked Irrigation system, including moving wheel lines and maintenance on pumps.
  • Moved waterlines and wheel lines, irrigated pastures and controlled flood irrigation.
  • Irrigated using wheel lines, hand lines, and flood irrigation.
  • Ranch Hand, move wheel lines, moving heavy items, irrigation
  • Moved irrigation wheel lines, helped maintain irrigation pivot lines.
  • Set up and moved sprinkler wheel lines for alfalfa fields.
  • Water distribution; moving wheel lines and changing hand-lines.
  • Moved pipe and wheel lines for watering the fields.
  • Moved wheel lines to make sure plants had water.
  • Moved irrigation hand lines, wheel lines.
  • Repaired wheel lines, hand lines, fences, and work vehicles.
  • Operate farm equipment Load and deliver hay sales Moved hand lines and wheel lines on a daily basis
  • Managed maintained pipes and wheel lines Fed and watered cattle Cut, bailed, and hauled hay
  • Worked Cattle * Maintained Ranch Property * Fixed and Built Fence * Irrigated Hay fields and wheel lines

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38. Milk Cows

low Demand
Here's how Milk Cows is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Milk Cows* Deliver Calves* Administer Medications* Give immunizations* Scrape Barns/Proper Manure Management* EZ Cow Software
  • Milk cows and move manure.
  • Milk cows, clean and fumigate barns, stalls, and pens, and sterilize milking machines and equipment.
  • Milk cows, feed calves, also keep the barn clean and do chores before and after milking.
  • Milk cows, Feed Calves, Herding, Administered Vaccines, Delivered Calves, Monitor Calve History
  • Job duties: Milk cows, scrapping, driving tractor, and maintain equipment and buildings.

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39. Family Ranch

low Demand
Here's how Family Ranch is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Worked on the ranch performing all duties common to daily life on a family ranch.
  • Worked independently and as part of ranch crew running family ranch.
  • Worked on the family Ranch from childhood to occasional time now.
  • Worked on family ranch while growing up & attending high school.
  • Helped the Family Ranch during the weekend with tending livestock.
  • Assist with all aspects of a progressive family ranch.
  • General ranch work on family ranch.
  • Help with the family ranch work.
  • Experienced all aspects of related work on family ranch Assisted in everyday operations and maintenance of machinery

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40. Livestock Care

low Demand
Here's how Livestock Care is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Horse and livestock care including: some vetting of animals, feeding, and saddling horses for guests
  • Ranch Hand activities included: Haying, branding, livestock care including cattle and horses.
  • Assisted in all aspects of livestock care, including administering vaccinations and proper nutrition.
  • Participated in all aspects of livestock care.
  • Assisted in livestock care when assigned.
  • Ranch, Burnet County, Texas * Welding, working pens/chute construction, fencing, livestock care, equipment operation and maintenance
  • fence repair, maintenance and painting, brush clearing, lawn upkeep, landscaping, livestock care.
  • general ranch duties including repair of farm equipment, general ranch duties and livestock care.
  • Feed Truck Driver Livestock care Disking Planting Repairs Maintenance
  • Gained experience in livestock care Developed skills in large equipment driving Basic understanding in mechanics and welding
  • General labor including irrigation, fence repair, daily livestock care Operated farm equipment Hay Delivery
  • Operate tractor/brush hog * Livestock care * Fence repair * Broke and trimmed horses

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41. Weather Conditions

low Demand
Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Remained organized and able to work under harsh weather conditions and long hours.
  • Worked in all weather conditions while in performance of these duties.
  • Worked in all types of weather conditions for long hours.
  • Worked in all weather conditions seven days a week.
  • Have worked in difficult weather conditions.
  • Worked on an alfalfa ranch where I maintained and irrigated the land regardless of weather conditions Assisted livestock in distress.
  • Work in all types of weather conditions.Various Employers in the Cuero Area, Cuero, TexasRanch Hand
  • Work flexible / extensive hours Maintain all vehicles and equipment Plan piping trails Work in extreme weather conditions Fit up/ weld

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42. Identify Ownership

low Demand
Here's how Identify Ownership is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Learned how to label livestock to identify ownership and grade using brands, tags, and paint.
  • Mark livestock to identify ownership using brands and tags.
  • Mark livestock to identify ownership Herd livestock to pastures for grazing or to scales, trucks, or other enclosures.
  • Mark livestock to identify ownership and grade, using brands, tags, paint, or tattoos.

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43. Water Troughs

low Demand
Here's how Water Troughs is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Assembled and installed feed and water troughs on the land and in the pens for the livestock.
  • Cleaned stalls, moved horses, cleaned water troughs, gave supplements and medicine to horses.
  • Managed fence repair, water troughs and daily feedings of cattle herd.
  • Clean and inspect water troughs and automatic water fountains.
  • Maintained and repaired water troughs, feeders and fences.
  • Clean and fill water troughs every day.
  • Feed cattle and check water troughs.
  • Installed water troughs and corrals.
  • Repair, and maintain 23 Acre Property, Including Irrigation, water troughs, stalls, fencing, latches, gates.
  • formed and laid concrete water troughs.
  • make sure the water troughs are clean.

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44. Residential Properties

low Demand
Here's how Residential Properties is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Clean up residential properties and prepare for installation of upgrades and updates.
  • Plan, schedule, and coordinate general maintenance, major repairs, and remodeling or constructionprojects for commercial or residential properties.
  • Manage and oversee operations, maintenance, administration, and improvement of commercial,industrial, or residential properties.

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45. Repair Fences

low Demand
Here's how Repair Fences is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Helped maintain ranch, such as mow fields, feed and upkeep cattle, install and repair fences
  • Shred and spray brush, mend and repair fences, oversee cattle operations
  • Build and repair fences, pastures and pens used for cattle.
  • Maintain and repair fences, pens, machinery, and equipment.
  • Repair fences, cut hay and firewood, landscaped
  • Repair fences, and other structures.
  • Inspect and repair fences and stalls.
  • Install and repair fences for 1,000 + head of cattle.
  • Inspect and repair fences, tend cattle and horses.
  • Maintain equipment, repair pond dams, cut and bale hay,repair fences, care for livestock.
  • repair fences and buildings, look after and take care of animals, property, and equipment.
  • build and repair fences barns and equipment.
  • Care for the daily needs of livestock Help repair fences and complete other projects Help dispensed medications to animals
  • Work, feed and care for horses Build/repair fences and gates Ranch home maintenance

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46. General Care

low Demand
Here's how General Care is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Care of animals, maintenance of machines, and general care of company and customer grounds.
  • General care of ranch animals, ranch needs, and assistant in horse training.
  • General care of other ranch animals- Fowl, Lamas, etc.
  • Assisted in feeding, and general care for the herd.
  • General care of broodmares, foals, and stallions.
  • Fed and or exercised horses and provided general care.
  • Assist with general care of goats, chickens, dogs, and barn cats.
  • Feed or exercise animals or provide other general care, such as cleaning or maintaining holding or performance areas.
  • Advise animal owners regarding sanitary measures, feeding, general care, medical conditions, or treatment options.
  • General maintenance of property and buildings within.Proficient in Western Style horse riding and general care of animals.
  • General maintenance, security/loss prevention General care and feeding of up to 60 horses
  • general care of all of the animals including chickens, pigs, cows, horses, llamas, and Bison.
  • Free Lance work General care, feed management, and heard health care for small personal horse farm.

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47. Sufficient Access

low Demand
Here's how Sufficient Access is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Shift animals between grazing areas to ensure that they have sufficient access to food.
  • Move animals between pastures to ensure they have sufficient access to food.
  • Shift horses between grazing areas or turn out arenas to ensure that they have sufficient access to food.
  • Shift animals between grazing areas to ensure that they have sufficient access to food.

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48. Daily Operations

low Demand
Here's how Daily Operations is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Time management and critical thinking were essential skills demonstrated through daily operations.
  • Operated a verity of equipment in daily operations.
  • Work cattle* Repair Windmills* Maintain daily operations
  • Managed the daily operations of the ranch animals that included feeding, diet and exercise maintenance and regular breeding of animals.
  • Executed daily operations on feeding and checking on the animals once every 2 hours from daylight until dark.
  • Executed daily operations of stall cleaning, feeding, watering, and some vet work.
  • Operated a wide variety of heavy farm equipment and conducted daily operations on a family farm
  • Executed daily operations of feeding and water multiple animals, mucking stalls, fixing fences.
  • Managed daily operations of 200+ acres of land and over 300 head of cattle.
  • Managed the daily operations of the ranch while caring for livestock and crops.
  • Managed and oversaw all daily operations on a 45 acre farm.
  • Performed daily operations on a 300 head cow-calf in eastern Kansas.
  • Assisted ranch owner and foreman with daily operations and projects.
  • Assisted with daily operations of mid-sized farm and residential grounds.
  • Assisted in daily operations of a sheep ranch.
  • Assisted with daily operations of the ranch
  • Executed daily operations of feeding cattle Loaded agricultural products into trucks for transport.
  • Assisted in daily operations of [ ] family owned cattle ranch.
  • Maintain smooth and efficient daily operations Ensure safety and well-being of all animals Complete general labor projects on property
  • Completed numerous projects to improve a newly purchased 400 acre ranch Received hands on exposure to the daily operations of ranching

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49. FIX Fences

low Demand
Here's how FIX Fences is used in Ranch Hand jobs:
  • Checked and fix fences, worked with livestock such as Spanish and boar goats made sure they were in good condition.
  • Maintain cattle and horses, fix fences, run combine, and assist in rodeo productions.
  • Helped irrigate fields, helped fix fences, did a little mechanic work on ranch cars
  • Fix fences and spray for thistles throughout the pastures.
  • Renovate Buildings, Fix fences, pipes.
  • Cut trees, help around the ranch, stack wood, fix fences, and painting.
  • Ranch hand, wood work, feed cattle and horses, fix fences, brand
  • Move cattle rake hay bail hail fix fences
  • Fix fences, work cows, clean barn, paint fences, Operate tractors, Mow
  • muck stallswalk horses grooming and feeding all animal's fix fences and much more just ask
  • Feed and care for horses Prepare horses for rides Guide trail rides Fix fences Assist in veterinary horse care Basic ranch work
  • Fix fences Carry logs Cut trees Build sheds Dig trenches Move large Rocks
  • Feed animals Fix fences Maintain grounds Built goat pin and house Order feed Groom animals Help maintain equipment

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20 Most Common Skill for a Ranch Hand

Cattle Ranch37.8%
Water Livestock18.5%
Heavy Equipment15.9%
Clean Stalls3.7%
Animal Care2.5%
Ranch Equipment2%
Preventative Maintenance1.9%
General Labor1.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Ranch Hand

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Cattle Ranch
Cattle Ranch
30.3%
30.3%
2
2
Water Livestock
Water Livestock
14.8%
14.8%
3
3
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
12.8%
12.8%
4
4
Clean Stalls
Clean Stalls
2.9%
2.9%
5
5
Animal Care
Animal Care
2%
2%
6
6
Ranch Equipment
Ranch Equipment
1.6%
1.6%
7
7
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.5%
1.5%
8
8
General Labor
General Labor
1.4%
1.4%
9
9
General Ranch Maintenance
General Ranch Maintenance
1.4%
1.4%
10
10
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.2%
1.2%
11
11
Manual Labor
Manual Labor
1.2%
1.2%
12
12
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.1%
1.1%
13
13
Farm Equipment
Farm Equipment
1.1%
1.1%
14
14
Water Lines
Water Lines
1%
1%
15
15
Farm Animals
Farm Animals
1%
1%
16
16
Repair Equipment
Repair Equipment
1%
1%
17
17
Front End Loader
Front End Loader
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Bobcat
Bobcat
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Irrigation Systems
Irrigation Systems
0.9%
0.9%
20
20
Horse Shows
Horse Shows
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Ranch Operations
Ranch Operations
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Equipment Operation
Equipment Operation
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Water Supplies
Water Supplies
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Detect Illness
Detect Illness
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Dump Truck
Dump Truck
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Acre Ranch
Acre Ranch
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Drive Trucks
Drive Trucks
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
ATV
ATV
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Disinfectant Solutions
Disinfectant Solutions
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Built Fences
Built Fences
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Live Stock
Live Stock
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Water Hoses
Water Hoses
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Artificial Insemination
Artificial Insemination
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
John Deere
John Deere
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Medical Treatment
Medical Treatment
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Physical Characteristics
Physical Characteristics
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Wheel Lines
Wheel Lines
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Milk Cows
Milk Cows
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Family Ranch
Family Ranch
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Livestock Care
Livestock Care
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Identify Ownership
Identify Ownership
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Water Troughs
Water Troughs
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Residential Properties
Residential Properties
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Repair Fences
Repair Fences
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
General Care
General Care
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Sufficient Access
Sufficient Access
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
FIX Fences
FIX Fences
0.5%
0.5%

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