What a good salary for a full time experienced row crop operation only?
I’m thinking of hiring. Providing a truck and fuel for work and transportation to and from work. Flexible schedule also for family time and vacations. Wanting to offer fair wages not sure what others are paying there guys?
I work as a farm manager and my salary is at the high end of the range of the other postings here. I am basically the owner's replacement d...More
Start them where you feel comfortable you can always increase their pay if you feel they earn it and don’t do hourly unless you have a time ...More
Find someone to pay you for the ag experience.
We are looking for some one full time and having problems finding anyone that wants to work! We are paying $28/hr (canadian) and would welc...More
start everyone at 35K and tell them they have the opportunity to double that salary within 18 months if they learn it and earn it. If they ...More
I'm in total agreement with the thoughts of a finisher.
That is great advice! If you start too high on pay the incentive is not there, there has to be “up” opportunities for the hard worker. 9-5 e...More
I’m looking to hire someone in the central MS Delta to run my operation when I’m not there.
how much would you work for? What are you offering that has non monetary value. Myself having worked in town I wouldn't do a thing for less ...More
$55-65k. We also use H2A labor from South Africa which cost us about $35k for 10 months.
Are you going to be able to get the South African help this year with this Covid-19 issue?
So do the South Africa guys have equipment and truck driving experience
Depends on experience but $45-60,000. For a good one figure no less than 55,000.
My full time man does great and I don’t have to be there 80% of the the I’m paying him 15 a hour no taxes took out just cash
Where do you get that kind of CASH!? And how many hrs a week avg does he get?
I'm in Northwest Kansas. Row crop and cow calf operation. Looking for a full time hired hand if anybody is reading this and knows someone lo...More
The best help I get has just worked out. I have one guy that helps on a regular basis. Semi retired and became a bachelor. I help keep hi...More
Have a guy that only works April 1 - Nov 31st. He hauls all about 200 loads of corn and beans on his own schedule. Runs combine in fall. Can...More
We are 48k with benefits and a yearly bonus that varies anywhere from $2500-$15k depending on the year we have And if we do any custom work....More
What size is your operation?
What type of benefits?
young hard working guys with ambition and experience. I could take the whole year off and have full confidence I would not be disappointed
As many have said.....”what type of help”. Someone that can totally be my replacement and i know will do it exactly like i would and need ...More
We have 2 full time guys and we are paying 42k plus some benefits
What size operation do you have?
What type of benefits?
There is a lot of difference base on experience. Putting someone behind a semi/gravity wagon or tractor that has never done could set back ...More
An “experienced” guy can be more expensive than you think. Sure you don’t have to teach him how to run your machines, but he’s going to run ...More
Bad experience is worse then no experience! Just remember If he is looking for a job, there might be a reason why!
Depends how good they are. If they are someone who can do what he is told and nothing more then mid 30s is pretty fair. If they can run the ...More
Depends on “experience”. Are we talking a person that could replace you if you were to be put out of work for awhile due to an accident? Or ...More