Previous hands-on farming experience and technical knowledge are as important as academic qualifications, and some employers may appoint you based on your experience alone.
However, a degree is greatly valued, and most farm managers hold at least a degree or HND/foundation degree in agriculture or a related subject such as:
Further study to MSc or PhD level in relevant areas is possible if you want to follow the academic route - but this usually leads to research or teaching posts, rather than farm management.
As a farm manager, you'll usually work with either animal production, dairy or crop production, although it's possible that you'll work with all three. Livestock on farms tends to be pigs, cows, or sheep, while crops can cover cereals, rapeseed oil, vegetables, and salad. You'll implement strategies for maximum yield, organise farm administration, work machinery and manage any associated businesses and staff.
You'll need to show evidence of the following:
Farm managers often work in agricultural fields owned by big private firms and they have to manage various kinds of agri-related activities. They also go for field visits in semi-urban or rural fields.
As a farm manager, you'll need to:
The highest salary for a Farm Manager in India is ₹4,32,239 per month. The lowest salary for a Farm Manager in India is ₹18,500 per month.