Farmer resignation letters (4 samples)

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This blog post will show you samples of “farmer resignation letters.”

Writing a “farmer resignation letter”

When writing a “farmer resignation letter,” these are some of the things that you need to keep in mind.

  • Regardless of your reasons for leaving your job, communicate your decision to your employer in a positive and polite way. Avoid complaints about the company, your manager or coworkers.
  • The first step is to tell your employer about leaving the job and the final work date. Keep it short as the essential part of the letter is the Last Date of your work.
  • Indicate the reason you are leaving your job. Keep your composure when writing the resignation letter.
  • Finally, thank your employer for the position and the opportunities you have enjoyed during your work period.
  • Ensure you proofread your letter before sending it to your employer. You can send the letter to your family and friend to check for grammatical errors.

Sample 1: “farmer resignation letter”

“Yaretzi Townsend

City, State, Zip Code

Cell: 000-000-0000

email@email.com

Dear Mr. Booker,

I want to thank you for the past seven years of my employment at Green Hills Farms. I have enjoyed so much the opportunity to develop untapped land into such wonderfully productive wheat and corn fields. I am providing this letter as notification of my resignation as I move on to management of my own farm property. My last day of employment at Green Hills will be May 1, 2015.

I hope you know how much I respect your management style and how you conduct yourself professionally, as well as out in the fields. You have taught me so much about the heavy equipment, science and art of farming that I did not learn in college and I seriously doubt most farmers are exposed to so thoroughly. This added education has enabled me to achieve more for you and helped profitability drive my bonuses to the position that I could afford my own land.

Just as you have done so well by me, I want to do well for you. I want to ensure a seamless transition as the new wheat and corn farmer steps into my place. If there is anything in particular I can provide to make this happen, please let me know.

Sincerely yours,

John Obershlake”

Sample 2: “farmer resignation letter”

“Today’s Date

Manager’s Name

Manager’s Title

Company Name

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

Please accept this letter of resignation from the position of agricultural technician, effective two weeks from today. My last day at [Company Name] will be [date].

​I have accepted a position with another company that will further my growth and development in my career. I have enjoyed working at [company name] and will miss my colleagues. However, this new position will challenge my growth and further my career.

During the next two weeks, I am willing to help you in any way to make the transition as smooth as possible. This includes assisting in recruiting and training my replacement. Please let me know if there is anything specific that you would like me to do.

Again, it has been a pleasure working as a part of your company.

Best regards,

Your signature

Your typed name”

Sample 3: “farmer resignation letter”

“Today’s Date

Manager’s Name

Manager’s Title

Company Name

Dear Mr./Ms. Manager:

This letter is to notify you that I am resigning from [Company Name] as a farmer​.  [Date] will be my last day of employment.

This wasn’t an easy decision, because I am grateful for the rewarding employment I’ve had with [company name].  But after long hours of consideration, my decision is now final and I have accepted a position with another company.

Please contact me if I can make the transition process proceed more smoothly.

Yours respectfully,

Your signature

Your typed name”

Sample 4: “farmer resignation letter”

“I am today announcing my resignation as President of the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA).

This is very difficult decision for me and I am doing so in the best interests of the Association which I have served for over 25 years.

Over those years, I have dedicated myself to working in the best interests of farmers and the organisation and I hope that my commitment and record of achievement in working on behalf of Irish farmers and Irish agriculture speaks for itself. 

In taking on the role of President of IFA, I did so on the same terms of all Presidents who have had the honour of serving in this role before me.  I made no demands or requests that I be treated any differently to former holders of the office.  My sole interest and motivation in taking on the onerous role as President of IFA was to work tirelessly and be judged by my record of delivery for Irish farmers here and in Brussels.

I have always demanded the highest levels of governance and accountability within IFA and my clear understanding was that governance and management of IFA was a clear function and responsibility of the senior executive leadership with oversight from elected officers. 

It is well known that I was determined to be a reforming President. In that regard I worked to get the Audit Committee up and working, met with Con Lucey and agreed with his proposed solutions to issues to be addressed by that Committee. Unfortunately, that Committee’s work was frustrated.

In the interests of continuing to have a strong voice and representation for Irish farmers and the agricultural sector, it is essential that Con Lucey now gets the opportunity and backing from Executive Council and staff, together with the space by ordinary farmer members of the IFA, to complete his work comprehensively. 

In resigning as IFA President I am conscious of the enormous support I have had from family, friends, supporters and members throughout the country in my term as President and throughout the numerous roles I have held previously within the Association. 

I also wish to acknowledge the support of the hard working and dedicated staff in IFA who I hold in the highest regard.

Finally, I would ask for privacy for myself and my family at this extremely difficult time.”

Frequently Asked Questions: Writing a “farmer resignation letter”

How do you write a nice resignation letter?

A good resignation letter should include the following at a minimum.

  • Statement of resignation.
  • State what your last day will be.
  • A two weeks notice period.
  • Your job title.
  • Your appreciation for the opportunity.
  • An offer of help during the transition period.

How do you resign from a job example?

“I apologize for not being able to give more notice. However, I regret that due to circumstances beyond my control, I need to resign right away. If possible, please forward my final paycheck to my home address (listed above). Thank you for the support that you have provided me during my tenure with the company.”

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Citations

https://www.livecareer.com/business-letters/farmer-resignation
https://www.sample-resignation-letters.com/agricultural-technician-resignation-letters.html

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