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Average Salary for Laborer Game Farm in United States

The average salary of a(n) Laborer Game Farm in United States is $27,828.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Laborer Game Farm in United States is $13.38.

The average bonus of a(n) Laborer Game Farm in United States is $334.00.

Job Description:

Assists in attending game, such as ducks, pheasants, bears, cougars, and lions, on private or state game farm by performing any combination of duties. Feeds and waters game. Gathers bird eggs from field nests and places eggs in incubators. Brails (ties) wings of birds to prevent flying. Cleans water containers, pens, cages, and yards. Maintains and repairs fences, coops, pens, buildings, and equipment. Observes game to detect signs of illness and adds prescribed medications to food and water. Crates or cages game to prepare for movement. Transports game to release areas, filming locations, and zoos, using truck. Sets and maintains traps to protect birds from predatory animals. May operate farm equipment to cultivate and plant field crops. Less

Assists in attending game, such as ducks, pheasants, bears, cougars, and lions, on private or state game farm by performing any combination of duties. Feeds and waters game. Gathers bird eggs from field nests and places eggs in incubators. Brails... More

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