Reference Number: NA-1692016193


Candidate Description:

This Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT candidate is from a small town in central Iowa. He was raised on a family farm where his family runs an embryo transfer business and raise purebred Angus and Hereford cattle. His father and uncles have worked all over the country managing show and sale cattle for many Angus operations. His grandfather has been row crop farming and raising Angus cattle all his life. He was raised around cattle and farming and now have a deep passion for agriculture and particularly raising cattle. His parents taught him the value of hard work and being responsible for tasks he was assigned. Working with his father on their family business, he cared for some very valuable cattle and have a good understanding of the care and management required for these cattle. At a young age he gained experience with artificial insemination and embryo transfer. He learned and continues to learn the best methods to care for and manage donor cows, recipient cows, developing heifers and bulls, and mature cows as well as bulls. He has a strong understanding of nutritional needs of cattle (Formulating Rations and Mineral Programs). He has showed cattle around the country and has gained experience in the preparation and daily care that goes into show and sale cattle. Growing up and working on a family owned and operated business he has experience running a successful operation and communicating with clients. He has experience with record keeping (breeding record, health records, calving records, and registration of purebred cattle), breeding decisions and studying purebred pedigrees.
Contact Info:

If you would like to consider this candidate for your position, please refer to their Reference Number and contact Eric Hansen at or call 308-382-7351.

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