Author: Haverkamp Brothers

Maintenance Position (Bern, KS)

The main goal of this position is as follows:

Work in a Team Effort with HBI Management, Farm Owner, and Farm Employees in the Strategic Planning and Execution of the day to day repairs and maintenance on all company owned and leased assets within our farms.

Physical Requirements

  1. Ability to lift, move, or carry up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation.

Wean Pig Specialist (Bern, KS)

JOB SUMMARY: Weaned pig care responsible for implementing HBI post weaning care management practices and doing whatever is needed to have pigs thrive and grow.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
1. Ability to lift, move, or carry up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodation
2. Ability to sit, stand, walk, push, pull, bend, kneel, and squat for extended periods of time on varied surfaces, and capable of being on their feet for up to 10 hours a day
3.

Wean to Finish Animal Caregiver (Bern, KS)

WEAN TO FINISH ANIMAL CAREGIVER

This position is full-time & based out of our Home Farm in Bern, Kansas. Shift hours are flexible. We are looking to add a team member who shares our passion and strong commitment caring for pigs and feeding families. We are an equal opportunity employer offering competitive wages and excellent benefits

JOB SUMMARY: Wean to Finish Animal Caregiver provides daily care to all animals following HBI standard operating procedures.

HavWin, LLC – Producer finds solution to save fallback pigs

Story by Kevin Schulz

An esteemed panel of judges chose eight products from the World Pork Expo New Product Tour as finalists.

Farmers have always been good at seeing a problem, and rather than waiting for someone else to fix it, they find the solution themselves. Roy Winkler fits that mold.

Winkler, a wean-finish production manager with Haverkamp Brothers at Bern, Kan.,

Technology Developments help Advance Family Farm

Technology Developments help Advance Family Farm Photo

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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