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Category: Shepherd
Location: Rangitikei

Farmers Weekly



Makokomiko Station is a 2000ha sheep, beef and deer property located in the Pukeokahu district north-east of Taihape running 17,000 stock units.

The job is mainly stock work with a bit of general work in quieter times.

We are looking for a Shepherd with three or more years experience in shepherding with
a capable team of dogs. Who will keep and maintain their living quarters and work place
to a high standard, and is happy to cook for themselves.

A competitive remuneration package based on experience.

If you are keen you can send your CV and two references to or
phone Manager Lance Jones on 06 388 0679 for more information

Date Posted: 2019-10-04


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