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Hi all, our family owns 76 acres 35 miles SE of Cincinnati in Demossville, KY
If you are looking for an opportunity to learn and get your hands dirty and boots muddy let us know!
We will be working at training others in different agrarian topics such as logging trees, honeysuckle/thorn clean up, driving horses, tapping maple trees, killing chickens, pigs, or rabbits; skinning/gutting animals, planting, pruning, or transplanting trees; vineyard care, greenhouses, inoculating logs for mushroom growing, barn raising and barn repairs, wine making, vegetable and flower gardening, using electric fences, moving animal paddocks, animal husbandry, animal reproduction, hunting/leases, tasty farm recipes and MUCH more.
We use permaculture practices with an anti-industrial flair as much as possible.
Monday (27th), Tuesday (28th), and Thursday (30th) this week we are building a log cabin style barn from 8:00am-5:00pm if anyone wants to join. All the wood is Eastern Juniper Cedar that we harvested from our farm and stripped. We will feed you brunch as well. Hope to see you!
June Farm Work Days
During the month of June, you may join our family any
Monday, Tuesday, or Thursday.
Please RSVP for part of the day or for the whole day.
We will be doing a wide array of projects, along with daily farm chores during the month of June. Each day is different. Please RSVP for what day you would like to join us and we'll fill you in on the work plans for that day.
ALSO.... We are looking for a consistent hired hand for one or two days per week all summer. If you know anyone who may be interested in summer and/or fall work, please contact me at[masked] or [masked].