EnvironmentalScience.org describes Agricultural Managers as those who supervise and implement various activities on farms, nurseries, greenhouses, and other agricultural production sites. This position is incredibly important for the maintenance of the nation's food supply. Many are self-employed and take part in different aspects of agricultural management. Others working on larger industrial farms may lead a team of other workers or have more specialized tasks. Though there are no education requirements, bachelor's degrees in agricultural sciences or other botany-related fields are becoming an industry standard for those who are not self-employed
Agricultural Operations Manager work environment is mostly outdoors where the Agricultural activities they manage are grown/kept. They spend less time in the office to carryout admininstrative work like planning, sending emails, documenting operational record etc.
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Agricultural Science, Farming