Must be able to ride a horse to move the sheep from current grazing areas to new grazing areas to assure sufficient food and to practice good range management on private and governmental leases. Move sheep to forest permit, move camp and sheep every 3 days. Must repair fences to keep the animals contained and assure their safety, chop burdock. Must have 3 months experience and provide (1) reference from previous employer with knowledge of applicants skills. Must be able to lift 75 pounds Tends flocks of sheep grazing on range or pasture; moves sheep to and about area assigned for grazing; prevents animals from wandering or becoming lost, assures sufficient water and forage. Use trained dogs to round up strays and assist in moving flock to other locations. Trains and uses guard dogs to protect flock from predators. Beds down sheep near campsite each night. Guards flock against predatory animals and eating poisonous plants. May assist in lambing, docking, castrating, dehorning, shearing, vaccinating, drenching, and medicating animals. Incorporate range management practices to assure good range health. The employer at no cost to the worker will supply all tools and equipment necessary to perform required tasks. Take steps to provide additional forage and to manage livestock to assure forage availability. Workers must be willing to perform all duties according to the employer's requirements during the contract period. Workers will be on call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Majority of total workdays (51%) will be on the range beginning with the first workday after the arrival of the worker at the place of employment or the advertised contractual first date of need, whichever is later, and ending on the expiration date specified in the work contract or departure of worker from USA. Workers will be expected to work in conditions normally associated with Colorado climatic conditions.