Please note that all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) The Netherlands Rural exchange program is for students currently enrolled in an agricultural related course and we can currently only accept New Zealand applicants. These are paid internships where knowledge sharing is a high priority, so you not only return to your home country with new skills and ideas but can also leave your mark on the host farm. Our team in the Netherlands are there to support you every step of the way, and only work with reputable host farmers to ensure you come away with a great experience.Program Details
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) We offer professional training on quality wineries in France, where you experience the whole process of wine making from viticulture management, grapes, pressing, fermenting and cellar management. You will get to experience French culture and lifestyle, as well as the language, although most of the hosts can speak English. You will generally get a chance to experience the full wine making operation, working between 40-50 hours per week. We offer placements in different wine regions of France, on high quality wineries who deal with different wines – just let us knowProgram Details
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) Unfortunately we can currently only accept applicants from New Zealand. Our Denmark program is specifically for those studying an agriculture or horticulture related course and are wanting to undergo a paid internship to enhance their learning and cover the practical side of their course requirements. We have access to a range of farms, so get in touch today to find out more.
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) Farming types vary, as do working hours, though typically this will be 40-50 hours per week. Farming types available are: Breeding Farm – Working on a breeding farm does not imply only taking care of animals, but also includes field work and other general farm work. Dairy Cows – Around half of the dairy production is located in the North Western part of the country (Bretagne, Pays de la Loire, Normandie). The most common breeds are Prim’Holstein, Montbéliarde, Nomande, etc… Beef Cows – Around a third of the beef cows are located inProgram Details
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) Are you interested in farm work? We specialise in rural work placement in Australia and New Zealand. We have farmers looking to host the suitable person to work in their farms in farm activities such as dairy farming, seeding and harvesting, fruit picking as well as other seasonal work. Are you a farmer looking for farm workers? We have farm workers from New Zealand, Philippines, Asia and Europe on Work Holiday Visas looking for farm work. We have short and long-term candidates. Please get in touch to discuss your requirementsProgram Details
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) We work with a number of hosts across the United States with various farming types. We also have horticultural opportunities available. Share your knowledge while learning new skills and understanding a different way of farming. More Information About 40 percent of the land in the United States is used for agriculture of some form, including livestock grazing. This includes 431.1 million acres of cropland, 396.9 million acres of pasture and 71.5 million acres of forests. In 1998, the total crop output of the United States was 489,976,030 metric tons withProgram Details
Please note all prices are in New Zealand Dollar ($NZD) Work on a Farm for 3 – 12 months, and learn about farming in New Zealand. We work predominantly with dairy farming hosts but can assist with other farming types also. While there are many farming types in New Zealand, the majority of farms we place applicants on are dairy farms. For the less experienced, or working travellers who want to experience farm life, there are many farms where you can work three-four hours per day in exchange for food and accommodation. This is a great way to build upProgram Details