I loved every single moment I had at Tractor Supply. Any piece of negativity I had was exclusively due to one single bad co-worker. Morning shifts - about seven hours - felt like they took a while, but the evening shifts - about six hours - flew by every single time. There are two different shift, a front role and a back role. In the front role, you will need people skills. If you're a cashier, you'll need a custom made script to repeat as naturally as possible in order to keep things as kind and fast as possible. You can try to be as custom as possible, but you will run out of material fast. You'll need to know the layout of the store, but most real problems you can shed off to customer service or one of the floor walkers. If you go for one of those roles, then you'll need to know the ins and outs of the products. In the back, you'll stock animal food, drive forklifts, assemble tools - like wheel barrows - and occasionally help a customer. No matter who you are, you'll learn to be a cashier, so that you can give the full time cashiers lunch breaks.
The shifts are:
7 hours, morning - front and back
6 hours, evening - front
4 hours, evening - back
8 hours, morning, only on Sunday - front and back