Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: not enough training for persons inexperienced in management
There is always a large volume of work to do and requires the ability to perform under specific guidelines and time constraints. I learned a lot about the agricultural industry and was never aware of how much work is involved in feeding herds of cattle. I found it quite fascinating from the dispatching and delivery process, the purchasing of commodities, and how the paperwork flows and job roles intersecting. I would have to say that the most difficult part of the job is that there is too much tolerance for bad behaviors that have been allowed to continue, thus affecting overall morale. With that said, there are so many wonderful people which I have had the pleasure of working with. The company is very family-oriented and also gives back to the community, which is great.