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Someone willing to assist around the farm from time to time? A responsible person willing to learn and assist in any way?

I am a married father of two young boys located in the Durham region who appreciates the amount of time and effort it takes to make a living in agriculture. I am not looking for a job, I am looking to develop a relationship. I am teaching my boys a love and respect for the outdoors, and would like to secure a safe place to introduce them to hunting in the future. I am hoping to find a farmer willing to give me an opportunity to earn their trust, as well as permission to hunt their property, respecting the rules they set out. I mainly bow hunt, particularly for deer, and have an interest in turkey as well, but am willing to assist with predator/pest control if required.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. Please consider my proposal, and if interested I would love to hear from you.


Micheal Hebert


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