The mill itself seemed like a constant work in progress. Something was always getting worked on, fixed, or changed. It made some of the days drag, but there was always work to be done.
Some of the farmers were very picky about how semi-trucks entered or left their property, they didn't want a lot of extra tire tracks in their yards.
Most of the feed would be delivered to 1 or 2 feed bins, very rarely would multiple (3 to 8) bins need to be "topped off". It was working outside, all year round, so some nights it got really cold. I didn't mind the work at all, I rather enjoyed it actually. Climbing the bins was also pretty enjoyable I don't have a fear of heights.
The management staff always seemed to be in a constant state of flip flop. There were those that had their roles, but a lot of the higher ups took on multiple roles so it was confusing at times on who was whos boss.
Great benefits. They gave a clothing allowance every year, had a decent HSA, great bonuses, and decent wages.
Co-workers were easy to get along with, even though I rarely saw them.
Hardest part of the job was finding some of the farms and determining the proper approach to the bins. Repeat deliveries throughout the year made it easier.
The most enjoyable part was the job itself. I enjoy working on my own, and driving.