Internship Opportunities

Paid Students Agriculture Internships In Denmark

Are you looking for a meaningful internship?

  • You know it all in theory. But how does it work in practice? Find out for yourself!  Internships take place on farms in Denmark, where you will get to work on challenging real-life sustainable farms, with competent and passionate colleagues supporting you           

Farms

Duration 

  • Usually, the training period varies from 6 months to 12 months. Every placement for agricultural training in Denmark is selected individually and this is a continuous process and change daily. In all placements, the host evaluates your application and makes a decision as to your qualifications for each position.   

– Are you interested?

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Available positions

Pig farms. 

  • Paid Internship.
  • Requirements: Candidate profile.
  • You study: Agriculture animal husbandry & production, specializing swine production animal breeding management or veterinary. 
  • Salary: Gros salary

The internship program offers English speaking individuals a 360 degree view of what goes into  swine production systems. Typically placements are year around. You will be involved in feeding animals, cleaning and sanitation of stalls and pig facilities, care of sick animals, weaning piglets, record keeping, reproduction and management, vaccinations, and medicating sick animals. You will be involved in hog transportation, waste control and treatment, and moving animals inside the facilities. Also you will learn to determine cost of production, time management, and problem solving skills.

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This program can include:

  • Exposure to all facets of the pork industry.
  • Sow, nursery and grow-finish production.
  • Sow breeding, farrowing and health strategies.
  • Processing new litter
  • Treating sick animals
  • Weaning
  • Feeding
  • Record keeping
  • Sanitation
  • Ventilation
  • Operating farm machinery.

Some of the skills learned on this program may include:

  • Care and feeding of gestating sows, lactating sows, feeder pigs and finishing pigs
  • Ration balancing
  • Hog transportation
  • Herd health management
  • Herd management
  • Marketing of crops and livestock
  • Operation of farm machinery and on-road vehicles*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience
  • Time management
  • Basic veterinary skills

*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience

Dairy Farm.

  • Paid Internship.
  • Requirements: Candidate profile.
  • You study: Agriculture animal husbandry & production, specializing in cow production animal breeding management or veterinary.
  • Salary: Gross salary

English speaking participants get the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of the operation. You are involved with most of the aspects of operation-milking, calf rearing, feeding, cleaning, record keeping, animal health, mating, and waste disposal/sanitation and operate equipment, feed mixer, wagons and loader. Milking set ups varies from tie stall barns to parlor facilities.You will be involved into forage and silage production, and maintenance of pasture and fences. Typically placements are year around.

 This program can include:

  • Operation-milking
  • Operating farm machinery.
  • Feeding
  • Cleaning
  • Record keeping
  • Treatment of sick animals
  • Waste disposal/sanitation

Some of the skills learned on this program may include:

  • Care and feeding of dairy cattle
  • Ration balancing
  • Herd health management
  • Herd reproductive management
  • Operation of farm machinery and on-road vehicles
  • Time management
  • Basic veterinary skills

*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience

Field Crops and Machinery. 

  • Paid Internship.
  • Requirements: Candidate profile.
  • You study: Agronomy – soil science & management – plant breeding and genetics.
  • Salary: Gross salary

Host farms generally range between 100 and 2,500 hectares in size. Host farms give fluent English speaking participants good insight into most aspects of their operation. Farms typically start seeding in spring – April/May and will be harvested by fall -augustr/september. It may varies according to the weather. During the training period you will be involved with seeding and harvesting the crops and you will be involved with maintenance of farm machinery, equipment and buildings. Spraying chemicals, fertilizer, pest control management, etc.; and other general farm task. Maintenance of yard, mowing grass, painting and fixing buildings, etc. Also you will learn to determine cost of production, time management and problem solving skills.

Work tractor

This program can include:

  • Operating farm machinery.
  • Planting, cultivation, harvesting.
  • Maintaining equipment and vehicles.

Some of the skills learned on this program may include:

  • Crop rotation management
  • Weed identification
  • Seed
  • Fertilizer and crop protection decisions
  • Operation of farm machinery and on-road vehicles
  • Maintenance and repair of farm machinery
  • Harvesting and drying of crops
  • Time management

*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience

Equine. (few placements)

  • Paid Internship.
  • Requirements: Candidate profile.
  • You study: Agriculture animal husbandry & production, specializing in horse management.
  • Salary: Gross salary

Through the internship, English speaking students gets practical day-to-day management of horsese and responsibility at the horse farm.  maintenance. Placements are located all over Denmark. You will get experience in horse husbandry: nutrition, stable cleanliness, de-worming, grooming and hoof care.

 

This program can include:

  • Provide routine health care and management of horses.
  • Become familiar with oversight and management of a horse herd and farm.

Some of the skills learned on this program may include:

  • Daily care of horses
  • Feeding
  • Turnout
  • Cleaning stalls
  • Assisting veterinarian and blacksmith
  • Some foaling
  • Grooming and exercise programs
  • Time management
  • Basic veterinary skills
  • Operating farm machinery.

*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience

 Fruit / Vegetable / Greenhouse / Nursery.

English speaking applicants will gain hands-on experience. Farms typically start their planting in the spring – April/May and will be harvested by fall -September/October.Vegetable farmers are usually small in area (5– 40 hectars) and they produce diversified types of row crops. For example: Lettuce, broccoli, cabbage, onions, , tomatoes, sweet corn, celery, carrots, pepper, bell peppers. During the training period, you will be involved with the planting, harvesting, preparing seedlings, care of irrigation system, operate small farm machinery (50-150 hp, weed control, maintenance of farm machinery. Spraying chemicals, fertilizer, pest control management. Post harvest processing, packing, stacking and loading produce; and other general farm task (maintenance of yard, mowing grass, painting and fixing buildings, etc.). Also you will learn to determine cost of production, time management, and problem solving skills.

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This program can include:

  • Operating tractors
  • Farms markets

Some of the skills learned on this program may include:

  • Planting
  • Fertilizing
  • Irrigating
  • Weed and insect control
  • Small equipment operation
  • Trimming
  • Propagation
  • Pollination
  • Harvesting
  • Processing
  • Packaging
  • Storage
  • Distribution
  • Sales (including farmer’s markets)

*Actual skills learned will vary by placement and previous experience

Questions?

  • Please contact us to receive more information about how we can customize a program just for you!

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