Job - Feedlot Pen Rider

Job Title: Feedlot Pen Rider

Job Order #: KG-9821

Location: South-Central Nebraska

Salary Range: $ - $60000

Commission / Bonus:

Benefits: Corals for up to 3 Horses as long as used in the yard. + Family Health Insurance + Holiday and Weekend Rotation + Housing Negotiable + Paid Time Off + Paid Vacation + Work Vehicle


- 1-3 years of feedlot experience
- Strong animal health skills; spot, diagnose, treat/doctor
- Pen riding, feed, pen maintenance
- Good horse skills needed
- Processing cattle in/out, treat sick cattle, checking pens
- Organized, neat, individual able to take direction, have a good attitude, be dependable and trustworthy with ability to work alone and with others as a team


Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is searching for a good Feedlot Pen Rider for a Central Nebraska Feedlot. Prefer experience riding pens, checking/pulling cattle, may also assist at times in doctoring, processing, shipping/receiving cattle, but willingness and ability to be flexible from time to time is a must. Bilingual is a plus. Work 11 of 14 days w/ rotating weekends. 1 day choice of making 3 day weekend or other business day to do personal business during week. Candidates need to be dependable, have good decision-making skills, be a self-starter. This employer is looking for a long-term relationship as a team player. E.O.E with wages based on skill set, experience, and stability. Great area to settle with family, choice of several good school districts, options for spouse to find work if desired, and close to larger trade center for parts, supplies, shopping, and entertainment.

Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Kerry Glandt at [email protected] or call 308-382-7399. Please fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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