in 1800s A farmworker is a person working in the agricultural production industry. This work occurs on farms of all sizes, from small, family-run businesses to large industrial agriculture operations. Depending on the location and type of farm, the work may be seasonal or permanent. Seasonal workers, often migrant workers, are low-wage workers, who are not working in their country of origin.

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  • Ein Knecht (westgermanisch noch für Jungkerl, Kämpe, später Knappe) ist ein Arbeiter in einem landwirtschaftlichen Betrieb, ein in Deutschland aussterbender Beruf. In der Vergangenheit gab es im Haushalt den Hausknecht, im Gewerbe den Holzknecht, Fuhrknecht, Mühlenknecht (Mühlknappen) usw. Im Kriegswesen kannte man den Edelknecht, Waffenknecht und Landsknecht. Im Mittelalter gab es den Henkersknecht, der die Todesstrafe vollstreckte.Die weibliche Entsprechung des Knechts ist die Magd.
  • in 1800s A farmworker is a person working in the agricultural production industry. This work occurs on farms of all sizes, from small, family-run businesses to large industrial agriculture operations. Depending on the location and type of farm, the work may be seasonal or permanent. Seasonal workers, often migrant workers, are low-wage workers, who are not working in their country of origin. Permanent workers may have a particular set of skills or educational backgrounds that allow them to earn higher wages, and are often found on farms where there is year-round production, such as on dairy or beef cattle farms. Many programs exist, such as World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) that facilitate the placement of volunteer farmworkers on specific types of farms. Additionally, farms may offer apprenticeship or internship opportunities where labor is traded for the knowledge and experience gained from a particular type of production.
  • Батра́к муж., батрачка жен. — наёмный работник в сельском хозяйстве дореволюционной и Советской России , часто сезонный, из обедневших, имевших небольшой земельный надел или совершенно лишённых земли, крестьян. Для батраков был характерен нищенский уровень быта и существования.
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  • Ein Knecht (westgermanisch noch für Jungkerl, Kämpe, später Knappe) ist ein Arbeiter in einem landwirtschaftlichen Betrieb, ein in Deutschland aussterbender Beruf. In der Vergangenheit gab es im Haushalt den Hausknecht, im Gewerbe den Holzknecht, Fuhrknecht, Mühlenknecht (Mühlknappen) usw. Im Kriegswesen kannte man den Edelknecht, Waffenknecht und Landsknecht. Im Mittelalter gab es den Henkersknecht, der die Todesstrafe vollstreckte.Die weibliche Entsprechung des Knechts ist die Magd.
  • Батра́к муж., батрачка жен. — наёмный работник в сельском хозяйстве дореволюционной и Советской России , часто сезонный, из обедневших, имевших небольшой земельный надел или совершенно лишённых земли, крестьян. Для батраков был характерен нищенский уровень быта и существования.
  • in 1800s A farmworker is a person working in the agricultural production industry. This work occurs on farms of all sizes, from small, family-run businesses to large industrial agriculture operations. Depending on the location and type of farm, the work may be seasonal or permanent. Seasonal workers, often migrant workers, are low-wage workers, who are not working in their country of origin.
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  • Knecht
  • Батрак
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