Job - Lead Pen Rider/Cowboy

Job Title: Lead Pen Rider/Cowboy

Job Order #: KG-7198

Location: Southeastern Nebraska

Salary Range: $0 - $55000

Commission / Bonus:

Benefits: Boarding of 2 horses + Family Health Insurance + Life Insurance + Matching IRA + Paid Holiday + Paid Vacation + Section 125 Cafeteria Plan


- 3-5+ years of good animal health & feeding experience preferred with at least one year of Lead Position/Supervisory skills
- Strong ability to spot, diagnose, treat cattle with good doctoring skills
- Strong communication skills working as a team player with desire to help in all areas of the feedlot
- Experience with feedlot equipment a must, a farm or mechanical background is a plus
- Willingness to take on new challenges, big or small with ability to accept change
- Need to be dependable and willing to continue to advance in terms of responsibility and reliability
- Valid driver's license with good driving record


Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is searching for a good Lead Feedlot Cowboy/Pen Rider for this expanding southeastern Nebraska Feedlot. Main focus is leading a good team of people in spotting, pulling, diagnosing and treating sick cattle. This person will need to be willing and able to do all things in the feedlot. Need team player to assume Lead Position, ability to delegate, but also willing to jump in where needed. Seeking a person who wants a long-term position with emphasis on pulling and treating sick cattle and processing incoming cattle. Wages will be determined by experience. Location is great for a spouse to find work in city and location is near many entertainment venues.

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

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