Author: Haverkamp Brothers

Animal Caregiver – Farrowing (Auburn, NE)

Summary of Position – Provides daily care to sows and piglets following Haverkamp Bros. standard operating procedures (SOP’s) as a team member of the farrowing department.

Responsibilities

  • Daily animal care/feeding
  • Assist farrowing sows and attend to newborn piglets
  • Process piglets according to company protocols
  • Maintain & monitor overall animal health, care, and treatment by PQA+ standards
  • Maintain proper barn environment through proper ventilation protocols
  • Adhere to all company policies at all times, including Animal Welfare, Biosecurity, and Safety
  • Maintain accurate production records
  • Move animals using safe handling practices
  • General facility cleaning, maintenance, and hygiene including power washing/disinfecting barns after weaning, performing laundry, and office cleaning duties

Requirements

  • Respect and care for all animals is required.

Sow Farm Manager (Elk Creek, NE)

Summary of Position – Oversee the employees and department leads to ensure that all daily responsibilities/tasks are performed and all animals are well taken care of.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure the health and welfare of all animals in terms of nutrition, medication, and environment
  • Communicate with veterinarian on a regular basis
  • Coordinate overall animal flow and understand its effect on production
  • Perform regular employee management, problem solving, and administrative duties (i.e.

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Story and photos by Sara Schwertner

Some may say that the good old days included times without computers, pagers and cell phones. But to Alan Haverkamp, these technological advances have aided in the growth and management of his family farm. Technology has come a long way in helping this Kansas hog farmer produce a healthy and delicious pork product and he wouldn’t go back.

HBI featured in EatPork.org

Hello, and thank you for visiting our page! My name is Alan (third from left). My brothers and I farm one of 1,500 pork farms in Kansas. My family and I live in the northeast part of the state.

My four older brothers started raising pigs in high school and in the early 1980’s … Read More on eatpork.org.

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