Farming Job in Canada
Farming is much more complex than many people realize. Although farmers might once have had only some work experience and a high school diploma, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that it is much more common for farmers today to have a bachelor’s degree. Farmers might raise crops, livestock, poultry, fish and shellfish, or produce dairy products, ornamental plants or nursery products. Some farmers raise both crops and livestock or produce food for their animals on the farm. Each type of farming requires specialized skills and knowledge.
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Education: No degree, certificate or diploma
Farming Job in Canada
Different Kinds of Farms
A farmer’s tasks vary according to the type of operation. A farmer who raises only crops will be responsible for preparing land for planting, caring for the crops and harvesting. Some farmers sell their own crops at market, while others have contracts with processing companies or other organizations. Crops can include livestock feed such as hay or grain, fruits and vegetables for human consumption or specialty crops such as cotton. In addition to planting, the farmer must keep fields watered, fertilized and free of weeds that compete with the crops. Farmers who raise livestock might also raise crops to feed their animals, in which case they may also need to store their crops to feed the animals during the winter months.
Farmers who concentrate on livestock might breed and raise their own animals, although some buy their animals at a young age and then raise them for sale, slaughter or show. Livestock can include food animals such as cattle, sheep and pigs, animals used for pleasure such as riding horses or exotic animals such as bison. Each type of animal requires specialized knowledge and management. Some, such as horses, need to be trained. Dairy farmers must milk their animals and handle the milk. Animals often need routine vaccinations, worming or other care that the farmer manages or performs.
Equipment and Tools
Most farms are mechanized today, and a farmer must know how to operate a wide variety of farming machinery. Tractors, trucks, plows, combines, milking machines, sprayers and harvesters are typical equipment that a farmer might own or operate. Some farms still use draft animals rather than or in addition to tractors, and farmers on those operations must also know how to drive, handle and care for their teams. Small tools and equipment are also used on farms, such as garden tillers, pumps and chain saws. In addition to operating equipment and tools, a farmer must often know how to repair them. Farmers may also need construction skills to build or repair farm buildings.
Specific Skills Plant, cultivate and irrigate crops; Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment; Harvest crops; Examine produce for quality and prepare for market; Write daily basic progress reports Specific Skills – Field Crops Hand harvesting vegetables; Hoeing crops; Stone and/or wood picking
Equipment and Machinery Experience Vegetable harvester; Tractor; Planting equipment; Lift truck; Farm truck; Fertilizer applicator Type of Farm Operations Other vegetables and melon farming (except potato)Type of Crops Cabbage; Bell peppers; Cauliflowers; Strawberries; Tomatoes; Zucchinis; Melons Work Site Environment Outdoors; Wet/damp; Noisy; Odors; Dusty; Hot; Cold/refrigerated Work Conditions and Physical
Capabilities Fast-paced environment; Work under pressure; Repetitive tasks; Handling heavy loads; Physically demanding; Attention to detail; Hand-eye co-ordination; Ability to distinguish between colors; Sound discrimination; Combination of sitting, standing, walking; Standing for extended periods; Walking; Bending, crouching, kneeling Personal Suitability Flexibility; Team player
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