Jobs For The Kids.

True North

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Yorkshire
Aye-up,

my lad is earning himself a nice bit of money at various farms, all ok of course because he’s over 13.

But we are struggling for our youngest, who’s busting to get out there and earning. Farm work isn’t what’s required and all other enquires yield the same response: “we only take on kids over 16”. I think it’s an insurance problem.

Anybody else found a nice little earner for their rugrats?

Cheers, Pete.

Could she sell to passers by?

What about some wildflowers? Plants like lavender or bluebells?

Don't know if you have much passing trade but it could be a good summer gig for a kid at that age, along with some eggs?

Her own farm shop enterprise? I'm suggesting this as this is my own goal too!
 

Flatlander

Member
Arable Farmer
I have a step daughter and two stepsons. The daughter liked chickens and really wanted some so I got 70 spent layers fro a friend at a local Hutterite colony. Skinny roadrunner looking chickens but boy can those things lay. Couldn’t get enough eggs to sell as everyone wanted free run eggs so I got 130 more. Ended up selling so many eggs she was making 200$ a week from egg sales. Sold them via local buy and sell advert
 
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Carbon Week - 1 to 5 March.

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Carbon Week

Carbon Week is a series of AHDB events, taking place from 1 to 5 March.
The webinars and panel discussions will feature a range of speakers and are for farmers and growers interested in understanding more about the carbon cycle, carbon auditing, reducing emissions and the opportunities around this.
More information about each session can be found from these links:
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