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Agricultural Career Opportunities
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2014, 08:02:37 AM »
Career Opportunities

The Berry Patch is Seeking an Assistant Marketing Manager- Stephentown, NY
The Berry Patch is recruiting for an assistant farm marketing manager whose primary responsibilities will be to manage their on-farm store, coordinate restaurant orders, and coordinate farmer's market needs. Production work in their greenhouses and/or fields will also be included in duties during crunch times. They are looking for someone with a passion and knowledge of local farms and food; and an interest in helping customers learn how to enjoy local foods. For more information on the farm, please visit Send a resume, with recent employment references, and a letter telling them why you are interested in this position to Ms. Dale-Ila M. Riggs,
Administrator Position Opening at Draft Animal-Power Network- Vermont
The goal of the Draft Animal-Power Network is to highlight and support ongoing efforts of people throughout the region who are educating, mentoring and building community around animal-power and renewable land use, providing opportunities for education & networking throughout the year. The administrator will be responsible for maintaining membership records, preparing monthly financial reports and yearly budget, website support, and managing registration for quarterly events, among other duties. For more information on job requirements and how to apply please visit
Poultry Abbattoir for Sale from Olds College

Business Opportunity for poultry producers and processers! Olds College, the premier Canadian agriculture college in Central Alberta is offering for purchase its 2010 Trivan 53 foot Poultry Multi-location Abattoir. This inspected mobile unit is totally self-contained with its own water supply, sewer system, heating, cooling, and generator. It also includes its own washroom facilities. The Poultry Abattoir was designed by a team from Olds College and Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development and built by Trivan Truck Body in Washington State. In 2010, the PMLA was tested, redesigned, and retested at five farms with approximately 1000 birds at an average processing rate of 100 birds per hour. Spotless and ready to go, the unit is valued at $300,000 and is being offered for $160,000. For more information contact Laurie Chicoine at Olds College, or 403-556-8235

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