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  • Matthew Carpenter

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    SEEKING SEASONAL
    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

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    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

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    'Matt worked as a mechanic for me for about 3 years. He was doing servicing and repairs on light vehicles and 4WDs etc. There was no dramas with Matt. He's a good worker. Good mechanic. I would be happy to put him back on tomorrow. He's switched on. For his age you probably wouldn't find someone with better ethics or manners or ability to listen.'
    Chris Leonard, Kings Cars, Hamilton, Vic
  • Charlie Clark

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    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE 26 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN United Kingdom

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'He's working for us at the moment. He's probably been here 4 or 5 months labouring in our landcaping business. He's very good at what he does. He can do anything you ask. You don't have to tell him twice. He's done a little bit of bobcat operation and small dumpers. He can do irrigation. He's always early and hasn't had a day off. He's pretty good at anything he does.He's a great worker.'
    Shannon Thomas, GPM Landscaping
  • Edward Hewitt

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    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE 22 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN New Zealand

    Qualifications

    2009 - 2013

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'Ed fitted into the team well and was a very reliable and dependable worker'
    Jed Murphy
  • Josefina Lopresto

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    SEEKING SEASONAL
    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE 28 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN Argentina

    Latest Review

    (1)
    'Josie came to us from a polo stable where she was a stable hand/ strapper. She could ride a horse well enough but still needs work on her 2 wheel motor bike skills. She had to learn also how to work cattle but she was very keen and mastered that well enough. I could not fault her work ethic as she was always looking for something to do. I would recommend her.'
    Anonymous
  • Chris Druce

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    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

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  • Andre Meyer

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    SEEKING SEASONAL
    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    Working in Australia on the farms of Gavin and Mark was very exciting and instructive. They tought me how to operate different types of tractors and machinery and i got a lot of new experiences and impressions of how farming in Australia works. I also got in touch with sheep work and how to drench and bullet them and even crutching the rams. That was very interesting, because it was something totally new and different to me. Overall it was a very good and interesting experience in Australia and i really would like to make more out of it now. Becoming a specialist in farming is not as easy. There are so many aspects to look at and think about to not make any grave mistakes during seeding, pest management and harvest. But i am very keen to give it a try! Step by step if there is a way to become a farming specialist one day. Somewhere in the future i would like to manage a farm and work close, hand in hand with the owner of a farm. For the beginning i would like to get more experience in operating large machinery like the Krone BigPack 1290 HDP, the Claas Lexion 795 or the John Deere S790. On the one hand it is because of my love to the big machinery but on the other hand it is because of lerning more of how and when to harvest grain or bale in different weather conditions and how to handle harvesting and baling in consideration of the moisture. In the next step i’d like to lern more about preparing the paddocks for seeding and how to find out what type of fertilizer is needed on each paddock in consideration of the plants the farmer wants to grow on it for getting the best possible crop out of it. And of course i am interested in operating a boom sprayer and would like to find out the best, effectivly and environment friendliest way of spraying weeds, diseases and insects on farms outside europe. I guess there are many more things to consider and think about, but i think i can handle all necessary aspects to become a good farm hand or later one day a assistant or manager.
    AGE 34 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN Germany

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  • Patrick Bandanaa

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    SEEKING SEASONAL
    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    AGE Not provided
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN

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    (0)
  • Olivia Hentschel

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    SEEKING SEASONAL
    Grew up on a farm
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    • Building & Trades
    • Childcare & Domestic
    • Livestock
    • Horticulture
    • Equestrian & Horse
    • Driver & Machinery Operator
    • Cropping
    • Business and Administration
    • General Farm Work

    Information

    Hi! I`m an 18-year old girl from Germany and I`m currently on my working holiday in Australia searching for a job which allows me to stay somewhere for four months.
    AGE 20 years
    GENDER Female
    ORIGIN Germany

    Qualifications

    2017
    RSA
    2014 - 2016

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AgDraft takes the stress out of finding a job or hiring the right worker. Our system cleverly matches workers and farmers based on their requirements (think relevant skills, availability, location and previous reviews) so you can spend less time scrolling. We’ll even let you know if new matches sign up online. Once notified of your matches, the ball’s in your court – you decide if you’d like to make contact or discuss further details of the work.

Find Quality

Word-of-mouth recommendations certainly aren’t new to rural communities – we’ve simply taken the concept online to create the most trusted group of farmers and workers we can. At AgDraft, we allow both farmers and workers to review and recommend each other. A good employer with a strong star-rating is more likely to lock in excellent workers who’ll settle in fast on-farm. Same goes for well-reviewed employees – they’ll be rewarded for their hard work and snapped up into great positions.

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With our easy-to-use platform, employers will simply spend less time searching for labour and chasing up references. Workers will spend less time hunting for the right job. On farms, we know that finding the right fit first time, everytime, is the best way to get jobs done quickly and enjoyably. Thanks to our background in both family farming and corporate agriculture, we know the challenges first-hand. We’re passionate about making the Australian industry more efficient. We also want to give you more time to do what you love. Let us help you speed up every step of the hiring and job-hunting process, from listing your profile or job, to making the final decision.

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