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I am looking for a job that will pay, not just WOOFing. I have volunteered on many farms in the past and need to save up for my own land. I have experience with market gardens, greenhouses, laying hens, chicken tractor broilers, dairy goats and cows. I am particularly interested in living history farms and historical agriculture. I make hobbies out of pioneering skills am currently trying to learn how to card and spin wool. I would prefer to find a location with on site housing but I do have an RV I could live in instead. I would prefer to stay in the midwest as I have never  been elsewhere, but if the perfect opportunity presents itself I would consider traveling.
 
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