Farm team event for companies
Achieve success united on the farm
The farm event in the countryside combines fun and motivation in equal measure. This does not mean that you play shallow games with each other, but it is rather about experiencing something together and transferring this into everyday life. The event on the farm is more rustic than a seminar in a conference room. It is more relaxed and activates the participants, creating space for new and creative thought processes.
Fun and strategy at the Farm Olympics
Most of us only know how a farm works from television. Experiencing up close how the grain is brought in or cows are milked is highly interesting and lets the participants experience things they don't know in their everyday working lives. Steer small tractors over the field yourself or feed Angus cattle by hand. A team day on the farm is perfect for teams that want to break new ground and experience new things.
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Active competitions sharpen the senses of each individual
In different disciplines your participants will compete with and against each other at the farm event. This creates ambition and the senses of each and every guest are sharpened. The competitions include fun disciplines such as wheelbarrow races, creative shares such as building a scarecrow, but also high horsepower races with vintage tractors. Good humour is guaranteed at this team day on the farm!
Taking responsibility - caring for animals and participants
Depending on budget and topic, further modules are integrated at the farm event, which also include the care or supply of animals. In this way, your participants take on responsibility and realise how important their role is. The whole thing is transferred to everyday life in a later reflection - so a very good opportunity for the creation of new ways of thinking and in the role allocation of new and existing teams. The day is followed by an optional rustic finale in the evening with a campfire, guitar and barbecue dinner.