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Can you help UK farmers get the job done?

UK farms need 80,000 people to help with harvesting


Coronavirus is driving demand for food ever higher. It has created the biggest farming crisis since foot-and-mouth disease. So if you’re looking for work and want to make a difference, join The Farmers Army to help get food from fields to shops faster.

It’s time to get your hands dirty

Experience isn’t required - just the ability to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in.

Latest jobs

To see our full list of harvest / seasonal jobs please visit our job board.

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Try these sites too

As part of our mission to #FeedTheNation, we’ve brought together more sites featuring farm jobs. So if you want more options, try these.

  • Home Grown Home Grown - see map
    Brief description of scheme and type of jobs available... More
  • Pick for Britain Pick for Britain
    Pick for Britain is a new government-industry digital hub for seasonal work information and job opportunities. Visit website

The Farmers Army needs you!

Frequently asked questions

Can I work if I’m on furlough?

As long as your contract of employment allows it, you can take on another job. For more information has advice on [working when on furlough].

Am I allowed to work on a farm during the lockdown?

These roles have keyworker status, so you can travel to and from work. If you have children they may still be able to attend school.

Can I travel to the farm or do I need to live on-site?

This depends on the role and farm. Some offer accommodation on-site for a basic fee of no more than £52.85/week. If you have a camper van or mobile home, the farm may let you live in that. To find out, it’s best to speak directly to them.

If I live on-site will I have to share accommodation?

Yes you may have to. This will be entirely dependent on the farm. If you live with a group in a caravan or cabin, you’ll be treated as a household in terms of social distancing. So you’ll be able to live and work together.

What are the working hours? Is there any flexibility?

This will vary dependent on the farm and role. You’ll find more information in the individual job details posted or by talking to the farm.

Farmers Weekly

Helping to #FeedTheNation

We believe that it is time for consumers to remember where their food comes from – hard-working farms.

It has never been more important to raise awareness of the hard work that goes into keeping our nation going. Use the hashtag #FeedTheNation and join the conversation on social media.

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INEOS Grenadier

Proud to support The Farmers Army

No frills, no fuss 4x4, INEOS Grenadier has a simple mission. Get the job done. No matter what the conditions.

That’s why we’re proud to support The Farmers Army and help feed the nation.

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