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  • likelihood of getting a carting job.

    Dear all, I am currently 15, 16 in April and will be doing tractor test as soon as possible after my birthday. i come from a rural ish village in Oxfordshire but do not actually live on a farm, i know a fair few of the farmers but i have barely any tractor experience at all (consists of doing horse menages...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by tompug on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • trying to find a new job

    well basically im 19, i am not qoulified or been to college full stop or hold any tickets (car / tractor license) either but i am currently on a dairy farm in northants consisting of aprox 100 pedigree holstiens and aprox 100 followers and have been for over a yr how ever i dont mind moving to a different...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by jonboi on Sat, Apr 17 2010
  • askham bryan college

    is anybody going to askham bryan college this year. if so what course are you doing and are you staying in there. im doing the fd in agriculture and im staying in. matty.
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by matt simpson on Thu, Aug 27 2009
  • apprentaship

    i was wondering wether there is anybody that is willing to put me through an apprentship at askham bryan college at york. i have all ready been accepted on the course with starts this september. or does any body no off any 1 that is looking for an apprentice. i only hold my tractor driving licence. i...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by matt simpson on Mon, Aug 3 2009
  • 17 yar old looking for my first harvest job in east yorkshire.

    i am a 17 year old lad with my tractor diving licence looking for my first season grain carting in east yorkshire preferably. i am currently living in lancashire but all my aunties and uncles live in driffield so i no my way around east yorkshire. my mum and dad are looking to relocate back to yorkshire...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by matt simpson on Wed, Jun 24 2009
  • Your Mindset: "Managing" or "Enterprising"?

    A UK research team has been looking at the minds of successful managers with those of successful entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurs’ brains were more active in the region where “risky" and "hot" decisions are made. The Cambridge University researcher team go on to say that people can be...
    Posted to The Next Generation (Forum) by HolisticHealth on Thu, Nov 13 2008
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