June 07, 2020

Winter Sheep Grazing

What'We are a family farming partnership from North Yorkshire looking for arable farmers in Norfolk or surrounding areas that would interested in taking in sheep on brassicas, cover crops or grass leys over the winter period. Growing of the above crops would be down to the farmers to organise as would the fencing and lookering of the sheep. The sheep would arrive on farm anytime between a September and December depending on what’s available and then leave anytime between February and May, again depending on crops that are following the sheep.
Turnips are our preferred choice as we believe they give us and the farmer the best returns although we understand brassicas don’t fit into everyone’s rotation so would be interested in anything.
We would pay a set amount per sheep per week while the sheep were with you and pay/organise all transport to and from your holding. If there’s any moves to do on farm while the sheep are there, it would be down to the farmer to organise and pay for that.
We also offer different payment options to suit individual farmers needs depending on much or how little work they want to put into the arrangement.
We have references available from a farmer near Norwich if needs be and can also provide references from a couple of farmers in Lincolnshire if required.
Please either call or message me on 07891918980 or email me at for more information.
Many thanks,
Robert Atkinson 

May 25, 2020

Motivated and hardworking staff required full time with the opportunity to work and learn experience on our 80 hectare modern top fruit farm located in Norfolk/Cambridgeshire. 

Various work included within; 

Fruit Production 

Machinery Operating 

Orchard Maintenance 


If interested, for more info please contact ; 

May 13, 2020

Jolly Asparagus

We’re looking for enthusiastic workers to join our Asparagus Harvesting team, there’s only 5 weeks left of the season and we’d be looking for individuals to start now & finish the season with us. We normally harvest, grade and pack 6-7 days a week, starting at 7am and finishing around 5pm, with one hour break throughout the day. However, Asparagus growth is very weather dependent; if it is cold, there may be no work on any given day, if it is hot, working hours can easily exceed those above. Harvesting takes place outside in ALL weathers and despite the use of electric buggies with canopies, harvesting is very hard work. 

If anyone insterested please feel free to call myself Bella or my husband Will 07774455833

We’re based at Roudham NR16 2RJ. 

March 31, 2020

Palmers Paddocks

To work with a progressive grounds-work business.

Palmers Paddock Services are looking for self employed or permanent employee to work on a variety of contracts ranging from agricultural, amenity and fencing work.

The ideal candidate would be comfortable operating large and small tractors, diggers, dumpers, grass and hedge cutting machinery; and they should have a practical and great pride in their work with a good mechanical understanding.

Pay is dependant on experience.

Contact: 07920 063126

March 31, 2020

Sheep Shearer

Blue Seal approved sheep shearer wanted to join a gang of two to finish this season & possibly join them again for next season!

Would consider someone without seal, as long as they are willing to train & want to gain seal approval.

Contact Harry Frost for more info


07907 761746

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