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Agriculture and Food Science Department

Opportunity to learn livestock production from Conception to Consumer

Wagyu Beef, Berkshire Pork, Passover Lambs


Royalton Farms on Dairy Hill, Vermont

Contact Brother Powell for more information



DESCRIPTION:  The Internship Program at AgriNorthwest is designed to evaluate college students as potential employees, while allowing college students the opportunity to gain work experience.  Management will focus on recruiting students in their junior or senior year who have a desire and aptitude to work in Production agriculture.  Interns will be recruited from various colleges and universities across the country.

Internships will usually last for three to four months, but occasionally may last longer.  During this time interns will work on Pest Scouting.  In this role you will report to an Area Director and collaborate with several of our Farm Unit Managers as you scout pests and report your findings to management.  You will have a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the potato industry and help AgriNorthwest produce high quality, high yielding commodities and produce that will help us to fulfill our financial responsibility to our owner.  As you complete your assignments you will have the chance to demonstrate your character and work qualities and, at the same time, we hope to earn your respect and trust.  While fulltime positions are not guaranteed, our desire is for you to continually develop yourself to possibly become a future leader at AgReserves.

COMPENSATION AND HOUSING:  In this position, the intern will have a starting wage of $10 per hour.  In addition to the wage, the intern will receive a rent-free, furnished apartment in the Kennewick area.  The furnishings at the apartment include: one queen size bed, microwave, stove, refrigerator, couch, coffee table, and dresser.  We also provide all the kitchenware including dishes, silverware, pots, and pans.  The Intern will be responsible to bring your own linens, towels, and entertainment equipment (televisions, computers, etc.).

The Intern will be responsible for commuting from Kennewick to the Plymouth/Eureka farm office each day where you will receive a farm truck to help you complete your daily assignments.  The farm vehicle is only to be used for business purpose and should not be used for personal needs.

AgriNorthwest will also pay $150 each way to cover fuel costs from the Interns residence to Kennewick.

Send resume and cover letter to:

Roschel Bladow, Human Resources Manager


Office: 509-734-5074 ext. 5250



The Black Rock Ranch, located near Red Lodge Montana is looking for two interns to work on their cattle and sheep ranch.  This would start January 1, 2016.   They offer housing along with your wages.


If you are interested, please contact Nathan Rose via telephone or email, please see his information below.


Thank you!


Nathan Rose

Ranch Manager, Black Rock Ranch

942 Willow Creek Road

Red Lodge Mt. 59068