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Unread February 16th, 2010, 20:25
AdcorpA AdcorpA is offline
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Default Breeder Manager, Tegel Foods Ltd, New Plymouth, New Zealand.

New Plymouth has an exciting and varied opportunity for career advancement within a team that is achieving world class results.

Reporting to the National Livestock Manager, this is an exciting role which combines a strategic overview of breeders along with hands-on animal husbandry. Based in New Plymouth, you need to have excellent planning and financial skills and a genuine interest in livestock backed up by extensive experience in either a breeder or broiler operation.

You must also have a working knowledge of regulatory requirements for Health & Safety, animal welfare and bio-security.

Your focus will be on achieving outstanding performance through improved chick production and cost control, and on building a great place to work through development of people and conditions.

You will require exceptional leadership skills to communicate with a dedicated and experienced team of managers who are geographically isolated and used to working autonomously.

Computer literacy is a prerequisite as are budgeting and forecasting skills.

In return, we can offer the opportunity to advance your career within a world class livestock operation.

Interested applicants should email their CV to:
Breeder Manager, Human Resources, Tegel Foods Ltd, Private Bag 2015, New Plymouth 4342, New Zealand.
Applications close Friday, 5 March 2010.
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Unread April 19th, 2010, 14:04
patilbhaskar54 patilbhaskar54 is offline
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“Ashirwad”,Near Sch No:19, Shreenagar Agro Farm Pvt Ltd,
Rukhmini Nagar, 8,Paschim Mannaiya,Pharsatikar,
Amravati, 444606. Rupendehi.
State:-Maharashtra. Country:-Nepal.

Email: - Phone No: - +977 98044 12027
A 32 years of experience in Raring Of Commercial Broilers and layers,
Raring of layers , Broiler parents and Grant parents Hatchery and Feed
Manufacturing unit and other Poultry operations .

Intend to build a career with leading corporate of hi-tech environment
with committed and dedicated people, which will help me to explore myself fully,
realize my potential and at the same time to grow along the company.
Personal Skills:
Comprehensive problem solving abilities, excellent verbal and written
communication skills, Ability to deal with people diplomatically, willingness to
learn, Team facilitator.
Educational Information: Objective Personal Skills Merits :-

1. Master Of Science (M.Sc) with specialization in Animal husbandry &

2. Bachelor Of Degree Of Agriculture (B.Sc).

Degree Institution Class
Master Of Science (M.Sc) Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth,
First Class
First with
Distinction in
all subjects
Bachelor Of Science (B.Sc)
Nagpur Agricultural College.
First Division

Merits :
1. Recipient of Junior fellowship which is awarded by “Indian council of
Agriculture Research, New Delhi” being successful in competitive examination
held throughout India for Post Graduation Study.
2. Recipient of a Gold medal for being first class first with distinction in all
subjects by Punjabrao Krishi Vidyapeeth,Akola(M.S) India.

Training :
1. YESEONG Agriculture Co Ltd,197-2-2 KA SONG LEON DONG-JEONBUK
SOUTH KOREA. Technical training in “Modern Mushroom

1. Supe’s Poultry Farm, Shemba, District-Buldhana (M.S),India.
• Designation: Farm Manager
• Duration: 1976-1978.
• Responsibilities:
a) Involved in management of 10,000 layers & 5000 broilers per
week and agriculture farm.
b) Management like Feed Preparation, Vaccination, Medication,
Disease Investigation, Marketing and Labor Handling.
2. Venketeshwara Hatcheries Ltd,Pune (M.S) India.
• Designation: Farm Manager
• Duration: 1978-1981
• Responsibilities:
a) Handled Babcock 380, grand parent and parents, COBB-100,
Grand parent and parents, worked in vaccine division,
hatcheries and feed manufacturing unit.
b) Rearing of 20,000 layer grand parents, 20,000 broiler grand
parents, 20,000 layer parents and 50,000 broiler parents stock.
c) Vaccination, Disease Investigation, Medication.
d) Future production projection schedule preparation.
e) Preparation of project reports for small marginal and large
scale poultry farms.
f) Administration and handling of staff.
g) Providing technical training to the staff of other sister concern
units of the same group.
h) During this period I worked in poultry vaccine production
division of the same group of hatcheries named Shrini and
Ventri Bio-Tech Logical Pvt Ltd, Pune (Maharashtra) INDIA
for six months.
3. Nefraday Nigeria Ltd,Kwara State,Illorin,Nigeria.
• Designation: General Manager
• Duration: 1981-1984
• Responsibilities:
a) Handled 1, 00,000 commercial layers, broilers and layer parents
and hatchery feed unit, fishery, mushroom growing and
agricultural farm.
4. KUKUCHKU Poultry Farm,Jalgaon (M.S) India.
• Owner of Commercial Broiler Farm, From 1984-1990.
5. Anusaya Poultry Farm,Malkapur (M.S) India
• Designation: Director (technical services)
• Duration: 1991-2003
• Responsibilities:
a) Rearing of 10.5000 broiler.
b) Vaccination, Disease Investigation, Medication and feed
manufacturing unit .
c) Administration and handling of staff.
6.1 Shreenagar poultry Breeding & Hatcheries,Butwal,
6.2 Jems Agro Poultry Farm,Kathmandu,Nepal.
• Designation: General Manager.
• Duration: 2004-Till Date .
• Responsibilities:
a) All Management like feed preparation, Disease investigation,
b) Rearing of Broiler and Hexes brown layer parents.
c) Hatchery unit.
d) Administration and handling of staff.
e) Providing technical training to the staff and farmers.

Personal Profile:
Name : Mr.Bhaskar Dnyandeo Patil.
D.O.B. : 25 April 1954.
Sex : Male.
Marital Status : Married.
Nationality : Indian
Languages Known : English, Hindi ,Marathi & Nepali.
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Unread June 13th, 2010, 18:23
alpheus alpheus is offline
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Good Day

I am Alpheus Chuene, have 10 years experience as the Senior Breeder Manager at Supreme Poultry in South Africa,very good management leadership skill.

I anticipate hearing from you soon

Tel:+2783 693 2569
Email Address:
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Unread July 27th, 2010, 17:22
mamhoff mamhoff is offline
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First Name, Family Name
Mohammad, Abu Alhouf
Marka, Jordan
Mobile #: 079-567 2 996

1. The general secondary education- scientific stream, 1995.
2. of Agriculture-Animal Production, M’utah University, 2001.


From: 1/8/2002 – to present:
National Poultry Co. (Branch of Del Monte, U.S.A).
Alkarak, Jordan.
Farm supervisor

I have been working as broiler farm supervisor for past 8 years, this farm consist of:
A- Constructions:
The farm contains 16 houses (Area =1000 m2 for each) for broiler keeping with a full capacity reaches to 300,000 broiler chicks for all.
These houses are belong to semi closed system, provided with developed systems from the best companies around the world as following:
1-Houses from Buttler.
2-Feeders from Roxell, Val, and Big Dutchman.
3-Drinkers from Looping (Nipples system).
4-Burners from Priva.
5- Fans from Percoli.
B- Employees:
- 12 employees for broiler keeping.
- 2 employees for security
- 1 employee for machines maintenance.
- 2 farm supervisor assistants.
- 1 farm supervisor.

Position Responsibilities:

1-Sanitation and disinfection control before chicks placement:
This including:
A-Manure removing.
C-Organic dissolvents.
F-Laboratory test.

2-General hygiene for all flocks:
A- Observing any up normal symptoms could be appeared such as sneeze, coughing, mortality increase…etc.
B- Applying vaccination program and medications recommended.
C-Blood samples
3-Field postmortem anatomy and primary diagnosis:
This diagnosis is for many diseases might be occurred ex. E.coli, mycoplasma, coccidiosis, nutritional deficiency, ND, IB, IBD …etc, then to give a recommendation for medications depending on the diagnosis.

4-Monitoring production factors : Ventilation, humidity, temperature, feed, water, lighting
A- Keep temperature and humidity present as recommended meeting chicks requirements according to breed (Lohman,Ross,Hubbarad,Cobb).
B-keep feed & water available for 24 hrs/day.
C- Applying lighting program.

5-Limiting the quantities of feed:
After many trials executed, the quantities were limited as followed:
A- Starter.
B- Grower.
C- Finisher.

6-Vaccination in many ways:

A- Spray: against IB and ND.
B- Eye drop: against ND.
C- Injection: against AI (H9n2).
D- Drinking water: against IBD.

7-Weekly and daily reports:
Daily records (ISO 9001:2000) should be fulfilled to be analyzed in order to achieve best performance factors then reports are issued:
A- Daily report that includes: - Daily mortalities
- Temperatures in houses.
- Feed intake.
- Water consumption.
-Medicines used.
B- Weekly report which includes:

- F.C.R.
- Flocks ages.
- Feed requirements.
- Weights.
- Total feed intake.
- Machinery maintenance.

8-Budget formulation:

On the end of cycle the cost /kg of flesh should be calculated accurately, which acts the main reference to make a budget formulation for the next cycle .

9-General maintenance of machinery.
To guarantee that all machines & systems are useful and ready, 2 steps are followed daily:
A- Checking all machines & systems.
B- Fixing any problem immediately.

10-Providing training for a new employee.
The new employed employees & S. assistants especially those who have no experience, training should be provided for them by the supervisor until they become ready to achieve their daily duties independently.

-Excellent command of Arabic (Mother tongue)
-Good command of English.
- Command of German.
-Valid driving license.

-Born on: (19/08/1977).
-Nationality: Jordanian.
-Marital Status: Single.
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Unread May 23rd, 2011, 17:04
Moses Amponsah Asamoah Moses Amponsah Asamoah is offline
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Name: Moses Amponsah Asamoah Gender: Male
Date & Place of Birth: 14/08/1958, Accra, Ghana Nationality: Ghanaian
Postal Address: P.O.Box 6446, Adum, Kumasi, Ghana Marital Status: Married
Telephone: 00233242386734 / 00233205711166 E Mail:


I have 14 years’ experience in hatchery management, engaged in the installation of incubators and training of personnel on their operations in the production of day – old chicks and professional handling of vaccines.

I have 8 years’ experience in the Aluminium smelting industry, having worked at the docks with keen knowledge in all stevedore practices,bulk offloading, and having interest in Safety and Hazard Control, and key brainstormer on reviewing Job Safe Practices whilst taking smart decisions to reduce demurrages and auditing practices so as to meet Certification targets. Possess an adequate knowledge of practices and procedures within the aluminium smelter and a keen understanding of the industrial health, safety and the environment.


I am a versatile goal-oriented individual capable of contributing positively as a cooperative team member with leadership qualities. I am computer literate, self-motivated and able to take smart decisions and actions to meet production targets on time, bearing in mind equipment and personnel safety, waste reduction ,cost control and keeping accurate records.

Working Experience

2010-date: Nextekci Hatchery, Agnibilekrou, Ivory Coast- Designed and assisted in the installation of new hatchery; procuring equipments, recruiting and training the personnel. Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in receiving and preparing eggs for incubation; incubating eggs, grading, preparing, and shipping chicks in poultry hatchery. Plans equipment and supply needs, production and work schedules. Assigns workers to duties, such as egg candling, sorting and traying, incubating, and grading chicks. Monitors thermometers, gauges, and chart recorders to detect equipment malfunctions and to verify compliance with incubator temperature and ventilation standards. Adjusts controls to maintain specified incubating conditions. Periodically inspects eggs in incubator trays to ascertain hatching progress, and orders removal of chicks. Observes packing of chicks to verify adherence to customer's orders and shipping instructions. Prepares production reports, and requisitions equipment, materials, and supplies.

1997-2010: Foani Service Hatchery and Poultry Farms, Agnibilekrou, Ivory Coast
Supervision of all operations such as egg reception, stock control, disinfection, and maintenance of incubators, stand by electricity generators, water and air cooling systems, cold store rooms, air compressors in the production of quality day-old chicks at least cost and optimum biosecurity. Preparation of reports on chick production, sales, and incubation parameters such as Temperature, Humidity, Ventilation, Turning and Controlling the stock and cold storage of vaccines.
Controlling the status and quality of vaccines, and the logistics associated with the vaccination, syringes and the care of sterilizers, staff training on efficient and safe vaccination procedures and environmentally friendly waste disposal.
Plans, organizes and supervises the biosecurity and management practices for profitable production of quality chicks under safe and hygienic conditions.

1989-97: Volta Aluminium Company, VALCO, Tema
Dock Supervisor (Stevedoring): Supervises manpower organization, the operation of cranes, winches, forklift trucks, bulk unloading of pitch, alumina, fluoride, bagged goods and the storage and shoring by carpenters of finished metals such as ingots, sows and billets. Efficient scheduling of tasks, logistics and adequate communication to all so as to avoid delays and overdue holding of vessels.
Ensures preventive maintenance of equipments, regular filling of equipment check lists, reporting breakdowns and follow ups at the workshops.
Preparation for receipt and storage of bulk materials such as alumina, pet coke and pitch, using efficient selection of conveyors and silos with respect to their capacities, and haulage to designated departments such as the

1987-89: Min of Agric Extension Officer at Winneba, helping farmers make appropriate farm / land management practices for sustainable livelihood

1985-86: La Boulangerie Francaise, Wembley, London
Operating of Forklift trucks and packaging of frozen foods in large freezer warehouses under safe hygienic conditions. Items are accurately labeled for effective Inventory Control, storage and traceability. Proper identification, control and, elimination, of health and safety hazards to employees by regularly monitoring the team performance and work procedures .
Supervision of 30-man workforce, shift scheduling, packaging of frozen foods in large cold store warehouses, keeping accurate stocks, scheduling transport and shipping of products.

1985: Vroninks International, Belgium,
Supervisor at Warehouse for storage of agricultural machinery implements and accessories, keeping records of all entries and supplies. Operation of Fork lift trucks and Cranes and the manufacture of agricultural machinery, tractor implements and accessories such as ploughs and trailers.

Educational Background
1997: Barneveld College, Holland (Modern Hatchery Management Certificate)
1980-85: University of Science & Technology, Kumasi (B. Sc. Hons. Agriculture, majoring in Farm Machinery and Equipments)
1980: Accra Workers’ College (General Certificate Exams Advanced Level Remedial course)
1972-79: Okuapemman Secondary School, Akropong Akwapim (General Certificate Exams Ordinary and Advanced Level in Science: Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
1976-79: Kalpohin Middle School, Tamale (Common Entrance Exams with Distinction)
1963-69: Additrom Primary School, Accra

Working Languages: French and English Possession of valid Ghanaian and Ivoirian vehicle driving licenses
I am a fast on-the-job learner, and pledge to serve with devotion if granted the opportunity.
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Unread August 22nd, 2011, 02:09
Sutekiwa Sutekiwa is offline
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So much great information that I never would found on my own link magnet

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