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Beyond Free Range Farm
PO BOX 1156
Castlemaine. Vic. 3450. AUSTRALIA, BC 3450

Contact: Manager


Email: internsbeyondfreerange@gmail.com


Last Updated: 03-21-2017

General Description: Beyond free range farm is an Australian organic farm developing with a few hundred egg laying chickens and sheep for wool and lamb.
Located near Castlemaine 1.3 hours from Melbourne in a picturesque valley.
1-3-6 month internships - longer for the right person.
We also partner with the University of Melbourne Agriculture internship program.

You can generalise or specialise in organic poultry or lamb and all facets of small scale marketing and selling.
Learn from the ground up all parts of daily routine, management decision making and budgeting.

7 hour work days. 1.5 days off per week.
Basic Accommodation can be provided. You need to be self sufficient to look after yourself, make meals etc.
Need to be in good physical and mental health to handle this change and challenges that arise.
Email for further information.


Internship Starts: 05-01-2017
Internship Ends: 02-01-2017
Number of Interns: 1
App Deadline: 04-15-2017
Minimum Length of Stay: 1 month

Meals: Cooking facilities provided.
Some produce provided
Clean safe Accommodation provided.


Skills Desired: Degree in Agriculture
At least 3 months farm work experience.
Positive, self motivated and flexible attitude.
Work references and contacts for phone interview of references and yourself.


Educational Opportunities: As above.

Stipend: -

Housing: Clean and safe accommodation in self contained caravan with electricity, cooking facilities, bedding, heating, tv with USB input.

Preferred method Of Contact: Email

Internship Details: Learn from the ground up what's needed to manage a successful organic egg laying or sheep farm.
Learn how to establish and maintain markets, value add and make new products.
Learn budget and business management.



 

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