Listing Information

Check all experience and education that apply to you and your farming partners

Farm/Crop management (3 years or less), General farming (over 3 years), Other experience/license/agriculture or business training

Other experience/license/agriculture or business training:

CDL, private applicators

Briefly describe your current occupation(s) and responsibilities and list previous agricultural employment and experiences. If you are currently farming or ranching, please state the size, type(s), and location of the operation.

Title: Farm Foreman
I am in charge of the planning and implementation of day to day tasks as well as overseeing any part time or full time employees. All duties performed are standard farm tasks from seeding to harvest, haying, hauling and shop work in the winter. I am proficient in welding (MIG, stick, TIG), fabricating, mechanic, body work and paint, machine operation, truck driving, dirt work, as well as time management and planning. I am able to work with no supervision, self motivating, and don't give up very easy. This operation in all is 12000 acres of all farm land

I have been in farming for my entire life, growing up on a 4000 acre grain farm in southern Saskatchewan . I attented school in Havre, MT and graduated High School from there. After that I attended some college but went directly into farming as this is my passion. For the last 15 years I have had the opportunity to work on some very large and diverse operations which has gained me considerable experience in all aspects of production. The largest ranch being 160000+ acres and the largest farm 14000 acres on central ND raising corn, soybeans and wheat. The bulk of my experience centred around Havre and Chester

Counties

Chouteau, Hill, Liberty, Toole

Acreage

500+

Type of Operation

Grain, Large Animal (cattle, sheep, goats)

Farming Practices

Conventional, Organic

Please elaborate on the type(s) of agricultural operation you plan on running.

My goal is to be running a max acreage of 4000, cropping 2/3 and fallowing 1/3 producing wheat barley, peas and using cover crop. Also leasing out the fall stubble for grazing. May or may not run organic, if not organic then minimal herbicide application. My veiw on farming is that it is a lifestyle more than a job and that it should include the whole family if they desire to be a part of the operation.

Transition Arrangements

Buy/Sell, Cropshare, Lease

Location