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Will work for free (12 months) in exchange for sponsorship.

As the title states, will work for free for 12 months in exchange for sponsorship. Prefer arable and organic farms but open to others. From a farming background in South Africa. Family owned farm of…Continue

Started Mar 9, 2016

 

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At 2:04am on August 8, 2019, James P said…

Good Day,

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Have a nice day
Thanks God bless.

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