Pros: the customers/coworkers, pay wasn't bad, benefits not bad.
Cons: breaks short or if any, lunch if you could, place was being held together with duck tape, promises made, but broken, management, snake pit.
In my time being there at the animal nutrient branch, I have found that this place has no leadership or admirable leaders in it, they are about safety so they there is no down time or pay out to injured workers or their families so they claim to be safe for the workers , but there are other reasons than just "just we care about you." It could use an overhaul on management and their model mill system definitely cutting our legs out from under us, we were severally understaffed and outdated as well as expectations were out the window from the owner of this mill. I love ag work and the people i met there, but after this experience, anything that says cargill i may stay away from especially their products for animal feed just due to the fact that i question their production methods. I loved the customers and the guys i worked with, but when i am told they are going no where and then you over hear that in the next two months it can determine if we remain open or closed due to the fact we are not up to date or can't produce like the newer mills, yeah, makes you wonder why you left the other job to come here. I mean to lie to get someone to come there and then find all this out, it really makes you wonder their ethics that they are teaching. told 40-50 hours no weekends and then all of sudden 6 days a week, 12-16 hour days and the fact that if you were injured or sick that you may not have a job if you took longer than the time they allotted, you can't expect someone to work that way and stay and a company that touts being union free and such, you almost need a union to protect yourself in there.