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    04-08-2012, 12:04 PM
Advice of finding work europe

Hi, me and my boyfriend is trying to find a horserelated work, or animalrelated in general. We would like to find a job related to tourists,
But is also thinking about farmwork with sheeps, cattle and so on.
Also work as shepherds is interesting.

Main problem is that we need it in europe because of working permission issuse! In the US I see there is much.

Some who has some advice, know someone or somewhere, where we can look at internet and so on?
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    04-09-2012, 04:54 PM
Work in Europe, ESPECIALLY in farms you really have to get out there yourself. I'm in Germany right now, and my husband and I made a flyer for my riding/training stuff with my information; experience, what I was looking for, contact info, a picture, etc. If you make some flyers and look around for farms with sheep, cows, etc, I'm sure without a doubt someone will gladly hire you. Where I work at right now, they have people come down from Poland to work for them to help out with the barn and cows, so on since a lot of people here don't right off the bat say I want to take care of cows. But Look around your area, if you need to find a local tack shop and you can ask for cow/sheep/ livestock farms that need help.
    05-20-2012, 08:05 AM
You can try looking on there tends to be plenty of jobs listed on there.

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