The Ole Farm House
An Intern is receiving Room and Board in exchange. Plenty of food raised and grown here on the farm. Good wholesome food. Lots of vegetables, goat meat and eggs.
However, we do not buy soft drinks, candy or junk food for interns.
For a small family farm, we do a lot, and are involved with our Local Farmers Market. So much to do and learn here, Our Beautiful Town of Greeneville, Full of History, and all the wonderful things to do around the area.
Some of the Things we are doing now: Building Projects, Can House, Remodel House, Deck (almost finished) Hot Tub installed, Pallet Garden to build, Greenhouse planting, Garden Prep, Farm Clean up, chicken house needs to be rebuilt, goats need hooves trimmed, Preparing for a farm means a lot of everything needs to be done
WE DO NOT SEND OUT LETTERS OF INVITATION NOR DO WE HELP OBTAIN A VISA.
If you can't take the time to fill out our online application, read about us and visit our website, Then maybe you don't need to be an intern. A good intern will know all about their prospective host and their farm, all the things that they do on their farms, and are ready to jump in and help with whatever needs to be done.
If you have to ask "what will my job be", then you are not coming to a farm with the necessary attitude to be of any help to a farmer as there are no set jobs. Things change daily with the weather, circumstances, animals & yes, people.
Walter and I are pretty laid back. When things need to be done, though, we like to get them done, so we can move on to other things. We also enjoy our free time, just relaxing, taking drives, taking a siesta or just enjoying the animals on the farm.