Farm laborers can otherwise be called farm workers. Farm workers perform daily farm operations concerned with maintaining the quality of farms, crops, and livestock by operating and handling equipment and machinery and executing physical labor under the supervision of farmers, and other farm or livestock managers.
- Harvesting and inspecting crops by hand
- Irritating farm soil and maintaining ditches or pipes and pumps
- Operating and servicing farm machinery and other Facilities.
- Spraying pesticide or fertilizer solutions to control insects, fungi, and weeds
- Moving plants, shrubs and trees with wheelbarrows or tractors
- Feeding livestock and cleaning and disinfecting their pens, cages, yards, and hutches
- Examining animals or livestock to detect symptoms of illness or injury
- Using notch, brands, tags, or tattoos to mark livestock to identify ownership and grade
- Keeping record of livestock if necessary
- Administering vaccines to protect animals from diseases and infections
- Possess some knowledge of practical farm operation
- Have some prior knowledge of the care of poultry and other livestock’s
- Have some knowledge of the usage and service requirements of some farm implements, equipment and machinery
- Ability to care for all livestock and maintaining sanitary living quarters for them.
- Ability to comprehend and carry out routine verbal and written instructions.