Horse Barn Worker

    PennState
    University park, PA
    Part-time

    Job Description

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    JOB DESCRIPTION AND POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

    A highly physical job in a fast-paced environment on an active horse breeding farm. An exceptional opportunity for students interested in the equine industry or veterinary school. Daily schedule includes feeding and caring for approximately seventy horses, ranging from newborn foals to yearlings to adult mares and stallions. Tasks include but are not limited to cleaning stalls, stacking hay, mowing, caring for sick horses, working with young horses under supervision, feeding, farm maintenance, and helping with breeding.

    Candidates should have a strong work ethic and prior horse experience is preferred. Weekends and some long days will be required.

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    Posting ID: 556644467Posted: 2020-05-21