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Hay Creek Stock Farm
44617 Co Hwy 75
Sebeka, MN 56477

Contact: Mark Fickes

Phone: [Home] 218-837-6109



Last Updated: 04-05-2011

General Description: 160 acre grass-fed beef and organic vegetable farm with both direct internet and farm market sales. New 26 by 96 high tunnel to bring into production 2011 season.

Internship Starts: 15 May 2011
Internship Ends: 15 September 2011
Number of Interns: 1
App Deadline: 1 May 2011
Minimum Length of Stay: 30 Days

Meals: Provided.

Skills Desired: Ambition, drive and ability to think while in motion. Innovation and entrepreneurship both benefit from an observant, inquiring mind.

Educational Opportunities: Animal husbandry, pasture management, organic vegetable production, direct marketing.

Stipend: $200/month stipend.

Housing: Provided.

Preferred method Of Contact: Email

Internship Details: Assist in beef herd handling, pasture management, haying, silage chopping, vegetable and berry production and harvest as well as local farm market sales. Hardly anything on this farm is "conventional". Consistently striving to simplify, spread workload, enhance sustainability and make work joyful.


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