Our Services

Agricultural/Irrigation & Dairy Farm

Currently, a number of countries have proposed strengthening relationship with Vietnam by sending Vietnamese farmers to Africa for the implementation of rice production and wood processing programs. Besides, Vietnamese experts also helped farmers in some African countries such as Mali and Mozambique. GV Manpower was also appointed by Government to join the program. And we have supplied hundreds agriculture engineers, technician and farmers to Africa to support on cultivating and do farming jobs.

Besideas, we also provide numerious of  farmers to other countries working, such as: Japan, Australia, Dubai…

We understand the importance of skilled and unskilled labour force in the farming industry, where cultivation of animals, plants, fibers, etc is done. Our professionals are experienced and are committed in providing reliable and worthy employees, who become responsible for improving the agricultural production.

 

The main categories are including:

  1. AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS
  2. IRRIGATION ENGINEERS
  3. AGRICULTURAL FOREMEN
  4. IRRIGATION FOREMEN
  5. LANDSCAPERS
  6. GARDENERS
  7. WATER PUMP MECHANICS
  8. TRACTOR OPERATORS
  9. VETERINARY SURGEONS
  10. HORTICULTURISTS
  11. POULTRY FARM WORKERS
  12. FIELD ASSISTANTS
  13. SEED EXPERTS
  14. CULTIVATORS/FARMERS
  15. DAIRY FARM LABOURS

  1. Harvests crops and collects specialty products, such as royal jelly from queen bee cells and honey from honeycombs.
  2. Destroys diseased or superfluous crops, such as queen bee cells, bee colonies, parasites, and vermin.
  3. Breeds and raises stock, such as animals, poultry, honeybees, or earthworms.
  4. Grows out of season crops in greenhouse or early crops in cold-frame bed, or buds and grafts plant stock
  5. Installs irrigation systems and irrigates fields.

1) Plans and executes small scale landscaping operations and maintains grounds and landscape of private and business residences: Participates with LABORER, LANDSCAPE in preparing and grading terrain, applying fertilizers, seeding and sodding lawns, and transplanting shrubs and plants, using manual and power-operated equipment.2) Plans lawns, and plants and cultivates them, using gardening implements and power-operated equipment.

3) Plants new and repairs established lawns, using seed mixtures and fertilizers recommended for particular soil type and lawn location.

4) Locates and plants shrubs, trees, and flowers selected by property owner or those recommended for particular landscape effect.

5) Mows and trims lawns, using hand mower or power mower.

6) Trims shrubs and cultivates gardens.

7) Cleans grounds, using rakes, brooms, and hose.

8) Sprays trees and shrubs, and applies supplemental liquid and dry nutrients to lawn and trees.

9) May dig trenches and install drain tiles.

10) May make repairs to concrete and asphalt walks and driveways.

A Dairy Farm Worker’s tasks fall into two basic categories: keeping the cows healthy and keeping the place clean. While the work can be physically challenging and quite a bit stinky, it’s available all year long, which makes this farming job unique.As a Dairy Farm Worker, you arrive at the barn early in the morning. You clean the cows’ udders and hook them to milking machines. When they’ve been milked, you turn them out into the field for a bout of exercise. Then you clean their stalls, and change out their water and food for clean batches.

When a cow falls ill, a Dairy Farm Worker may be required to provide basic care, or call a Veterinarian for extra help. You may help deliver calves, especially if it’s a difficult delivery and extra hands are needed. You may also vaccinate cows against disease.

Some dairy farms cut down on expenses by growing their own food crops, and you may be the primary crop handler. You need to make sure the crops are planted properly and watered well, and assist in bringing them in at harvest time. While you’re tackling this, you must also watch your herd carefully to make sure no cows leave the feedlot, spill their water, or get tangled in fences. In other words, you strive to prevent the multitude of problems cows can get into.

At the end of the day, you bring the cows in, clean their udders once more, and hook them up to milking machines. When they’re done with milking, you lead them to their pens to sleep for the night. No goodnight kiss is required.