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Matador Ranch lies primarily on the Rolling Plains of West Texas, although the western edge touches the Caprock (or High Plains) escarpment.

Matador Ranch is a 130,000-acre working cattle ranch that supports about 3,700 head of commercial cattle annually, along with Quarter Horses.

Matador Ranch has been known for its quality Hereford cattle for many years.

Today, we breed Hereford and Angus mix Black Baldy cows, which are paired with Charolais cattle to produce that much sought-after “smoky” Charolais cross.

A long-term focus is applied to preserving and protecting the land at Matador Ranch.

Our many land stewardship efforts include improving the grazing system.

We’ve developed several miles of pipeline to move water where it is needed, implemented rotation grazing, and established strategic fencing practices.

We also conduct prescribed burns to eliminate invasive plant species.

The success of our stewardship practices has been recognized by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s Lone Star Land Steward Award.

Do you have a long-term vision for your career? Isn’t it time you joined a company that thinks the same as you do? At Koch, 90% of earnings are reinvested in the company so that we can create opportunities and long-term value for our customers, employees, and society.

Our culture is defined by the Market-Based Management® philosophy which guides everyday decision making and provides employees with opportunities to contribute and personally benefit from the value they create.

Being a leader in delivering superior value in the industry as well as environmental excellence and responsibility is the vision for Matador Cattle Company.

The Matador Cattle Company is looking for a Campman to be responsible for handling the day-to-day operations of a specific area of the ranch.

The successful candidate will have the following attributes: strong focus on accuracy and attention to detail; proactive/self-driven work habits with demonstrated ability to make process improvements; demonstrated critical thinking/problem solving skills; and the ability to effectively communicate (written & verbally) to others.
A day in the life might look like:

* Responsible for cattle reports (Ex: head count, feed inventory, etc.)

* Drive trucks and other equipment to distribute feed to cattle

* Examine cattle to detect illness, injury and/or disease and check physical characteristics, such as a rate of weight gain

* Inspect, maintain, and repair equipment, machinery, buildings, pens, yards and fences

* Herd by horse, moving livestock to pastures for grazing or to scales, trucks or other enclosures

* Study rangeland management practices and research range problems to provide sustained production of forage livestock and wildlife

* Manage livestock feed inventory


* 3+ years of experience working on a ranch feed yard or farm

* Experience creating & modifying documents in Word & ...

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