The average pay for a Farmworker Brooder Farm is $31,159 a year and $15 an hour in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Farmworker Brooder Farm is between $24,281 and $36,675.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Performs any combinations of following duties concerned with raising poultry for eggs and meat: removes chicks from shipping cartons and places them in brooder houses.
Cleans and fills feeders and water containers.
Sprays poultry houses with disinfectants and vaccines.
Inspects poultry for diseases and removes weak, ill, and dead poultry from flock.
Collects eggs from trap nests, releases hens from nests, and records number of eggs laid by each hen.
Packs eggs in cases or cartons; selects, weighs, and crates fryers and pullets; and records totals packed or crated on shipping or storage document.
Maintains feeding and breeding reports.
Monitors feed, water, illumination, and ventilation systems; and cleans, adjusts, lubricates, and replaces systems parts, using handtools.
May cut off tips of beaks.
May be designated according to type of farm or product as farmworker, brooder farm; farmworker, chicken farm; farmworker, egg-producing farm; farmworker, fryer farm; farmworker, pullet farm; farmworker, turkey farm.
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