Agricultural Manager Job Duties

By | August 7, 2010

Agricultural Manager Duties

Being an Agricultural Manager one needs to administer and coordinate employee activities, like planting, chemical application, irrigation, farming, grading, payroll, and recordkeeping. He will have to contract with the farmers or independent land owners for harvesting of crops or for supervision of crop production. Moreover he should coordinate the growing activities related to engineering, equipment maintenance and other associated departments.

Job duties of Agricultural Manager

  • Managing and reviewing agriculture program area(s) to meet up organizational goals.
  • Analyzing policies, government rules, legislation to expand new regulations or reviewing existing policies and procedures.
  • Scrutinizing statistical data, studying and reporting to identify and verify causes of problems and develop recommendations for progress of agricultural systems, measures, or programs.
  • Consulting with government bureaucrats and staffs, civic bodies, and other legislative agencies on policy and agricultural issues.
  • Screening progress of objectives that influence the quality and grade of services provided and the program’s accomplishment.
  • An Agricultural Manager provides management to employees and others through meeting, administration, and liaison activities.
  • Attending meetings and conferences related to products, livestock and agricultural activities to represent the Commonwealth is one of his major duties.
  • He works with law enforcement and others to protect the crops, animals and public security and execute the laws, rules and regulations.
  • Develops and manages budgets that may incorporate grants and federal funds.

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