Livestock Yard Attendant Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Livestock Yard Attendant in United States

The average salary of a(n) Livestock Yard Attendant in United States is $23,832.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Livestock Yard Attendant in United States is $11.46.

The average bonus of a(n) Livestock Yard Attendant in United States is $260.00.

Job Description:

Cares for livestock, performing any combination of the following tasks: bedding, feeding, watering, loading, weighing, marking, and segregating livestock. Feeds grains, hay, and prepared feed and waters livestock according to schedule. Opens gates and drives livestock to scales, pens, trucks, railcars, and holding and slaughtering areas according to instructions, using electric prod and whip. Weighs animals and records weight. Segregates animals according to weight, age, color, and physical condition. Marks livestock to identify ownership and grade, using brands, tags, paint, or tattoos. Cleans ramps, scales, trucks, railcars, and pens, using hose, fork, shovel, and rake. Scatters new bedding material, such as sawdust and straw, in pens, railcars, and trucks. May vaccinate, apply liniment, drench, isolate, and mark animals to effect disease control program. May make routine repairs and perform general maintenance duties in stockyard. Less

Cares for livestock, performing any combination of the following tasks: bedding, feeding, watering, loading, weighing, marking, and segregating livestock. Feeds grains, hay, and prepared feed and waters livestock according to schedule. Opens gates and drives livestock to scales, pens, trucks,... More

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