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Assistant Farm Manager  

MorePeople - England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom

We are working with an impressive farm business who are looking for an Arable Assistant Farm Manager to join their team. Have you got previous management experience in a similar environment and looking... Farm Work careers... Competitive

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk (+2 sources) - Yesterday

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Underground Farm Supervisor  

Growing Underground - South West London, London, South East, UK

Growing Underground is looking for a hands-on supervisor to run their packing operations , who is passionate about sustainability and the food industry. Farm careers... From £24,500 to £28,000 per annum based on experience and skill set

from: caterer.com - 2 days ago

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Junior Farm Manager  

MorePeople - England, Leicestershire, Leicestershire, United Kingdom (+1 location)

We are currently working on a truly unique Junior Farm Manager position for a friendly family fresh produce business based in Leicestershire. The business is still very new which is what makes this role... farmer... Competitive

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk (+2 sources) - 2 days ago

FARM TRADERS / FARM GRAIN BUYERS – SCOTLAND  

Hunterchase Consultants - Scotland, United Kingdom

Experienced Farm Grain Buyers, or Farm Traders, are sought to purchase grain (including malting barley), OSR and pulses from farmers in Scotland and supporting them with the supply of farm inputs. Working... Farming... Excellent remuneration package depending on experience

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk - Yesterday

Farm Vet  

CVS Group - Carmarthen, Wales

Carmarthen Veterinary Centre is a purpose built, state of the art practice providing care for all animals, large and small. The centre houses companion animal, farm and equine facilities, with dedicated... farmers guardian...

from: neuvoo.co.uk - Yesterday

Farm Business Consultant  

Active Business Partnerships Ltd - Newark, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

Providing strategic farm business advice, the role will also include, but is not exclusive to; carrying out business reviews / analysis, producing budgets and cash forecasts, managing contract farming... farm in London... Competitive Salary

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk - 3 days ago

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WORKING FARM MANAGER  

A.B. Coleman - North East edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Applicants should have sound practical experience of crop production, including potatoes. The successful applicant will be responsible for co-ordinating all spraying and field applications working closely... farm maintenance... Competitive Salary

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk (+1 source) - 3 days ago

Farm Vet  

Prospect Health - Chelmsford, England (+1 location)

If you would like to be considered for this position, upload your CV using the 'apply' button and one of our Consultants will be in touch. If you would prefer to speak to a team member by phone, call 01423... farm house manager... £30000 - £60000 per annum

from: neuvoo.co.uk - Yesterday

Farm Manager - Broilers - West Midlands  

De Lacy Executive - Worcestershire, Worcestershire, United Kingdom (+1 location)

De Lacy Executive is looking for an Experienced Farm Manager to work on a progressive Broiler Farm based in the West Midlands. Our client is looking for a dedicated individual to manage their Broiler site... farm house recruitment... A competitive remuneration package plus accommodation, vehicle and BUPA is offered.

from: jobs.fwi.co.uk (+1 source) - 9 days ago

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Farm Vet  

Prospect Health - Luton, England (+3 locations)

If you wish to find out more please click the ' Apply ' button. This will send a notification to the consultant looking after this vacancy who will get in touch at a suitable time to share further details... farm london nw3... £30000 - £50000 per annum

from: neuvoo.co.uk - Yesterday


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  • farm Chuck

    Does anybody have experience working on a farm? I’d love to but everyone around me is trying to convince me to look for a different kind of job.

    • Gary:

      I have and I loved it. I did it during the summer break. The pace of life is not as relaxed as we’re sometimes made to believe, but it’s nothing like city life. Even stress is different there. I’m going to try again August and September this year.

      • Martin:

        I worked in a farm in Australia during my leap year and liked it a lot, and back home I did for a short time last year but didn’t like it. Now I’m giving it another try because I’m not finding work, I hope the experience will be better.

        • Min:

          Nothing remarkable.

    • Ruth:

      I’m considering it too, though I fear it might be a bit too demanding physically. I’m still willing to try though.

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  • Farm Leo

    My dream has always been working on a farm, working the land and caring for cattle. As I've grown older, my dream has remained, but the conditions for this type of job have been getting worse and worse over the past years and unless you go big, there's really nothing doin', because you cannot survive, especially if you'd like to have a family... and to go big, you need big money...why is it that something as essential as this has so little value in the eyes of everyone?

    • James:

      I think it's basically because it's taken for granted. Making a living out of farming has always been a difficult thing, but lately it seems like only manufactured goods have any value. things are changing though with the trend towards organic production. good luck!

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