Farm, nature, hiking, tent camping, farm animals, and more!

El intercambio

We are a meat goat, dairy goat, pastured pigs, and pastured poultry farm in a beautiful location about 40 minutes from Winston-Salem, 50 minutes to Boone, and 50 minutes to Charlotte. We have creeks for taking a dip. Lots of private places for camping. We are also glad to assist with language learning and improvement. A typical day on our farm includes: livestock feeding and care, setting up mobile fences, garden care and building projects :)

Que ofreces

15 Horas de ayuda por semana

Mantenimiento: Ayuda con varias tareas de reparación o construcción.

Jardinería: Ayuda a plantar y cultivar jardines.

Que obtienes

2 dias libres por semana

Camping: Tendrás una carpa/tienda en un campamento.

Desayuno: Tienes derecho a desayunos gratis cada día de tu estadía.

Cena: Tienes derecho a cenas gratis cada día de tu estadía.

Puedes usar libremente nuestra lavandería.: Hay un lugar especial donde se lava la ropa sin costo.

Tragos gratis: Obtén tragos y comidas gratis.

Traslado: Te buscaremos cuando llegues y te llevamos a nuestro lugar.

Clases de idiomas: Toma clases de idiomas gratis en nuestro espacio.


Inglés Principiante

Más de 18 años

Admite voluntarios solos, parejas y dúos

Lo que no está incluído

Vuelos, Seguro de Viaje, Transporte Interno y Visa

Programa detallado

We can host Worldpackers in our own tent or in yours or your RV. We will work with you to find a suitable location.

Meals: Breakfast is on your own with our food available-- including fresh eggs and fresh milk. We have an outdoor refrigerator for you to also keep your own items in. Lunch is on your own. Dinner can be shared and usually includes some kind of meat. We cannot accommodate dietary restrictions but you are welcome to make your own dinners.

Schedule: We do tasks mostly in the mornings and like to be started no later than 8:30 AM. We do tasks until lunch and then take a break. You would largely have afternoons to yourself.

Actividades & Turnos

Goat feeding
Pig feeding
Chicken feed
Duck feeding
Garden work
Small building projects


Bare with us as the following statements are based on our experience with folks in the past.

To do work at our farm you need to:
be able to lift 50 lbs--that is what a bag of feed can weigh
not be afraid of farm animals--ours are fairly tame
not be afraid to get dirty
be willing to wear farm appropriate clothing, which means: closed shoes, preferably some kind of boot, long pants, full covering shirt--short sleeves are fine.
Not be allergic to everything, not dogs, cats, the outdoors, hay, bees.
be okay being off the main road a bit overnight
a NON-smoker. We don't care if you chew, rub, or use nicotine mints, we just don't want to pick up any cigarette butts on our property,
Be able to take some heat. It is not terribly hot in the summer here, but it is not cool, and we do outdoor work.
Not be against some routine work.
Keep the weed and other drugs off the property.