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Looking for work on Farm or just some outdoor labor.  RSS feed

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Hello Everyone,

I'm looking for work on a farm or doing some landscaping.

I have lots of experience in woodworking, as a child I worked with my family to build and sell wooden toys. I'm a hard worker and I'm not afraid to put in a full day of work. I've done yard work, and I've worked in urban gardening. I've done planting, harvesting, and maintenance of raised beds. I've cut fire wood and tapped trees to make maple syrup. I can work with hand tools and power tools, and I understand good safety practices.

My email is email me if you are in need of a good laborer.
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Hey Jeff, sounds great. I have 200 acres, 140 in mixed timber. 3 men working with me, but we were wondering how to turn forest products into "value added" items. In south central Virginia. Planning on timber, cattle, shiitakes right now. Have 35 laying hens, garden, etc. What are you looking for?
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