​Poultry Hub Australia’s Classifieds

​Are you looking for more exposure or an opportunity to be part of one of the fastest growing industries in Australia?

Poultry Hub Australia is dedicated to building the capacity of our industry to ensure the future growth and success of poultry in Australia. Advertising with us is free, however please note we only list your vacancy and do not play any role or take responsibility when it come to recruitment.

To advertise a job vacancy please contact us at poultryhub@une.edu.au.

Turkey Farm Horsham Victoria

  • They’re looking for an aspiring farmer
  • Available for vendor finance/lease to buy/ lease only option but still need to be negotiated with the aspiring farmer
  • No house on the farm, so aspiring farmer would need to live elsewhere. Possible house – half an hour away.
  • Profitable Farming

Farming Operation:

Closest Town: Horsham VIC, Australia

Size: 32.0 Hectares

Farm Type: Other livestock

Annual Rainfall: 500mm +

Producing around good turkeys per year using “Open-range” system. Approximately 50% of birds are portioned + 50% as whole birds. Selling product weekly to markets in Melbourne, as well as stockpiling product throughout the year of Christmas market. Customers in Melbourne, Geelong, Ballarat, Tasmania, Sydney, Canberra, Local. “Paddock to Plate” operation, which involves hatching poults for 6 months for the year, and buying in poults for rest of year, as necessary. The farmer has possibly one of the largest collections of rare turkeys in the world. The farmer is very passionate about preserving rare varieties of turkeys (and has produced several new varieties on farm) The years productions is made of commercial and rare turkeys

Currently profitable. Sell to poulterers and butchers, caterers, provedores, etc. Seeking fresh ideas, outlook, etc, could make business more profitable!


  • 3 Bedroom double-story cedar house (2005).
  • 2 Brooder Sheds – 1 older building comprising 4 rooms; 1 Newer Building (Built of cool paneling) • 2 Rooms Grower Sheds 200” x 40 “
  • 2 Grower Sheds 100” x 40”
  • Older Style Breeder Sheds, Nissan Hut Barn
  • 2 X 9T Silos
  • 2 X 6T Silos
  • 1 X 4T Silo Processing Factory (One of the few independent abattoirs in the state) situated on western highway. (Melbourne – Adelaide). Freezers, cool room, processing equipment packaging, farm shop. 2040 Refrigerated delivery truck plus farm vehicles. Feeders, waterers, and material of open-range pens.

Farm opportunity:

The farm is available for:

  • Vendor Finance Available
  • Lease to Buy Available
  • Lease Only Available

Other transition option:

Would depend on what changes, upgrades, and maintenance, that a new tenant/ prospective owner, would like to implement. Quick growing shades trees would be a necessity. Land – Selling or retaining ownership would need to be negotiated with aspiring farmer.

Accommodation provided:

No house on the farm, so aspiring farmer would need to live elsewhere. Possible house – half an hour away.

Of your interest?

You can check the farm and apply here.

Banyard Game Birds Pittsworth Qld

  • Owners are looking for an aspiring farmer
  • Owners are open to suggestions
  • Looking for a family/couple in taking this sort of business over.
  • Owners are willing to pass on what expertise they have but the aspiring farmer still need to prove themselves.

Farming Operation:

Closest Town: Pittsworth QLD 4356, Australia

Size: 8.0 Hectares

Farm Type: Other livestock

Annual Rainfall: 500mm +

Banyard farm is an intensive livestock (quail) farm. Producing fertile eggs, incubation of the eggs, growing out of quail, slaughter and packaging of a retail ready product. Additionally, there is free ranging production of Guinea Fowl, and Geese, for farm management and our own consumption.


  • Quail Breeder shed (steel)
  • Incubation Shed (steel)
  • Quail Grow-out Shed (steel)
  • Fully accredited and licensed abattoir (SafeFood Queensland) (rendered brick) Associated refrigeration
  • Accredited Food delivery vehicle (SafeFood Qld)
  • Recently completed 3 bedroom homestead. (steel and timber)
  • Large steel construction shed (Clive and Erika’s home for 4 years)
  • ‘Site shelter’ covered workshop/storage area over 6 shipping containers
  • Two equipped bores, and substantial rainwater collection and storage

Farm opportunity:

We are completely open to suggestions. Personally we are not ‘hung up’ on asset ownership. What we are looking for is to find a couple/family, interested in taking this sort of business over, passing on what expertise we have to enable them to make the most of the opportunity, and then transition the ownership of the business and asset base to them over an acceptable period of time (eg 20 years). We would like to retain the right to live on the farm and be involved (albeit on a reducing scale) in the day to day operations for as long as we would like and are able to. We recognise there are always unforeseen circumstances which inevitably happen, and today’s plans may not be relevant next year. A degree of flexibility and understanding will be required by both parties here. We believe it would be beneficial for ourselves and for the business to bring in fresh enthusiastic talent, to take the business to another level, and to enable us to ‘step back’ to some extent. We feel it would be beneficial to commence that process sooner rather than later.

Other transition option:

This is a small business that we feel has the potential to be grown significantly within the capacity of the resources available. There obviously will be a need to grow and diversify the business to fund the participation of another family (partner). We have identified several complementary business opportunities.

Accommodation provided:

We consider it essential that the aspiring farmer live on site.  Now, there is no accommodation here, but there are several possibilities. Clive is a builder and has just completed a house for us, utilising one of the old shed frames as the basis for the construction. Housing arrangements will be sorted out in conjunction with the aspiring farmers’ requirements. It would be the first project to be undertaken.

Of your interest?

You can check for the farm and apply here.

Farm Hand – Pepe’s Ducks

  • Work on various farms across Western Sydney
  • Varied role with Supervisor responsibilities
  • Training, Uniform and benefits provided

About the business

Pepe’s Ducks have been operating for over forty years as the leader in Duck products.  We excel ourselves in our grower and breeder farms across the Sydney basin. Our farms maintain extremely high animal welfare standards and we take pride in growing the best quality
Duck for our customers across Australia.

About the role

Pepe’s Ducks has a full-time farming position available that involves working on farms located in Western Sydney. The position offers a wide range of duties to be performed including livestock husbandry, working with tractors and machinery and maintaining farms and facilities. This position would suit a person with previous farming experience who can work with a team of people or independently from time to time.

Benefits of working for Pepe’s Ducks

  • Permanent position with career progression
  • Training provided by our experienced and dedicated farming team
  • Discounts off all our products

Skills and experience

  • Hold a current driver’s licence
  • Be in good physical condition
  • Enjoy working outdoors
  • Flexible to work on various farm sites if required

Recruitment Process:

Please send us your updated resume. Due to the high amount of applications we receive we will get back to those who are shortlisted only.

Our process includes employment references, phone interview, onsite interview and a pre-employment medical, which includes a drug and alcohol test.

Please email resumes to: jobs@pepes.net.au


Broiler Farm Managers and Supervisors

– Warwick, Qld

Carr Farming is an industry leader in the Australian Chicken Broiler Farm industry.  Owning and operating farms in Elbow Valley, the business has ongoing opportunities for experienced broiler farm managers and supervisors.

Our farms are all under 4 years of age and consist of 10 tunnel sheds operated by Rotem Platinum Plus controllers.  Sheds hold up to 50,000 chicks with our current capacity being 2 million birds.

Each of our farms are operated by a team of one manager, one supervisor and one casual.  These small teams are responsible for ensuring all operational duties of production are completed to a high standard.  Being a part of a team, these roles require all employees to be self-motivated, genuinely committed to the role and flexible to assist in achieving company objectives.   Both Farm Managers and Farm Supervisors are required to live on site.

In return for your dedication and efforts we offer:

  • competitive annual salary;
  • access to a performance-based incentive scheme;
  • lowset brick modern homes;
  • company ute;
  • excellent new facilities; and
  • an opportunity to join an expanding business in a booming industry.

If poultry farming is your long-term passion and you are looking for positive opportunities in the industry, please forward your resume to trinitymacdonald@carrfarming.com.au.