June 30, 2010

Farmers Wanted - No Experience Necessary

Farmers Wanted

Apply via e-mail to ruralrose@msn.com. In your letter, include who you are and what you want for the future, your skills and limitations and what you require in exchange for your services.

On our farm, daily chores could include:
woodworking, carpentry, masonry work,
small engine and automotive mechanics, welding,
taking care of sick and baby animals,

feeding/watering/moving animals (rabbits, goats,
turkeys, chickens, pigs, worms), collecting eggs, goat
milking and help with kidding, hunting, fishing,
harvesting/preserving herbs/mushrooms, fruits and
vegetables, cooking/baking, cleaning, cutting
firewood, selective logging, planting/watering crops,
butchering/cutting/wrapping, smoking meat and sausage
making, collecting/spreading fertilizer,
working with
leather, running a chipper,
starting seeds/propagating, making wine/cheese/tofu,
setting up hydro-power for farm, irrigation projects,
fencing, predator patrol, tree
pruning/grafting, beekeeping, weed pulling, value-added processing, and selling to customers.


  1. You're tempting us again?! Recently the b(w)ankers nearly caught up with us. If they finally do, I'll be out there like a shot. Can we bring Eddie the Beagle with us?

  2. YOU ARE ALIVE!!!!!
    praise the Lord....

    I have told you before..pay for my plane ticket and I am over there....( i have to bring with me 78 animals though!!!)

  3. I can't believe the comments didn't show!! Thank you for your kind comments, will have to visit you at your blog. Hope they show tomorrow. Peace

  4. This is exactly the kind of life I want to live! Can I really come and live on your farm? Please...

  5. Sure Janet anytime, not sure your hubby and his shovel would be so happy, lol - thanks for the visit

  6. Sounds good! I've done most of that. See my post for an exchange possibility. 8-;