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Vacancy Announcement - Farm Manager, Todorovo, Bulgaria
 
 
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 3:14 am 
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Hello Friends,

I hope you are enjoying the spring. I am writing to share with you a vacancy announcement from Catherine Zanev and Adjmal Dulloo of Troyan Cherry LTD who we have been working with to design an Agroforestry Farm in North Bulgaria.

Vacancy Announcement - Farm Manager, Todorovo, Bulgaria

Troyan Cherry Ltd is seeking a Local Farm Manager (male/female) to manage a 5 ha permaculture farm in Todorovo (near Pleven), Bulgaria.

The farm, located on the site "Suhi Dol", is being designed in collaboration with the Balkan Ecology Project (www.balkep.org]). In line with the principles of permaculture, the farm consists of a multi-layered, diverse production system. There will be rows of fruit trees – mostly apples - and berries. These will be used to produce fruit juice. In between the rows, chickens will run and annual vegetables will be grown. Everything produced on the farm will be processed locally and sold on the local and national market, at affordable prices.

The local farm manager will be responsible for planning and implementing all daily tasks on the farm, including developing and implementing plant protection, nutrient management, irrigation and work plans; recording yield, quality and other production factors; organizing the harvest; and managing and training workers. The farm manager is also encouraged to contribute ideas on how to further develop and improve the operation.

Troyan Cherry also has an operation in another location in Bulgaria where it is developing an organic cherry orchard. The local farm manager in Todorovo will report to an overall farm manager, who will oversee the operations in both locations.

This is a unique opportunity for the right person with a passion for innovative, sustainable agriculture to be involved in an exciting project that aims to contribute to an alternative model for farming and rural development. We offer an attractive salary, social security, development and training opportunities and other benefits.

The local farm manager is expected to live in the village of Todorovo. Arrangements will be made to ensure appropriate housing.

Basic knowledge of English is essential, while knowledge of Bulgarian or another Slavic language would be an asset.

Please send your application or any questions to info@troyancherry.com by 20 April.

Please share if you know someone who may be interested.

All the best,

Paul

Balkep Team
www.balkep.org
www.balkanecologyproject.blogspot.com
  
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2015 2:12 pm 
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If I knew anything about large scale farmwork I'd jump at that. But i only know the rudiments about permaculture. so can't/ wont
I have passed the details on to an online friend who has contacts.
  
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 8:31 pm 
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5 Ha is hardly large? Shame as I'd love to find a farm managers job over there.

If you hear of a large dairy farm that needs a manager, I have years of experience. There don't seem to be that many dairy farms though Sad
  
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It's probably been filled in the last four years...although you never know! Wink
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:33 pm 
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flyingcowman wrote:
5 Ha is hardly large? Shame as I'd love to find a farm managers job over there.

If you hear of a large dairy farm that needs a manager, I have years of experience. There don't seem to be that many dairy farms though Sad


Start your own Dairy Herd, but be prepared to spend days and nights out grazing on Common Areas as very few Bulgarian Farmers own their own grazing land of sufficient quantity and the land they have will mainly be used to grow winter feeds.

I've never seen any any large herds in my part of Bulgaria which are usually 10-20 head albeit, I know where a herd of Buffalo can be found.
  
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flyingcowman wrote:
5 Ha is hardly large?


Pretty tiny, as you imply. Wink Back in the day I had 85 hectares in the South of France: not much use for cattle as it was all on the side of a mountain, but handy for firewood - and some tasty and very wild boar... Very Happy

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I know where a herd of Buffalo can be found.


Yeah, me too - there's a sizeable herd that some effnicks like to graze beside the ring-road near Ikea, bloody nuisance they are as well! Cool
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Seedy wrote:
flyingcowman wrote:
5 Ha is hardly large?


Pretty tiny, as you imply. Wink Back in the day I had 85 hectares in the South of France: not much use for cattle as it was all on the side of a mountain, but handy for firewood - and some tasty and very wild boar... Very Happy

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I know where a herd of Buffalo can be found.


Yeah, me too - there's a sizeable herd that some effnicks like to graze beside the ring-road near Ikea, bloody nuisance they are as well! Cool


Is it their milk that is used for some white cheese or other? I do wonder what kind of rubbish we get in our milk when I often see Herds/Flocks grazing in a rubbish dump - not exactly an eco location on the side of the ring road and I hate to think what those cows are eating there! Shocked
  
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