Holzkirchen - The 28 graduates born in 2021 in the final examination in agriculture were recently honored at the AELF Holzkirchen.
At the Office for Food, Agriculture and Forests (AELF) Holzkirchen, 28 graduates of the final examination in agriculture received their certificates.
Due to the corona requirements, a large acquittal ceremony had to be dispensed with this year as well.
13 freshly baked farmers have completed regular training in companies in the districts of Miesbach and Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.
The other 15 graduates attended the Academy for Agriculture and Alpine Farming (Almakademie) in Holzkirchen.
This is aimed at people who have already learned a non-agricultural profession and who also want to achieve the professional goal of being a farmer.
Twelve of the 15 new farmers after successfully completing the Almakademie with AELF division manager Peter Nawroth (left), Nikolaus Riesch from the examination board (2nd from left), training consultant Stefan Brunner (2nd from right) and Michaela Jager (head of the Almakademie, right) .
"You have achieved a major milestone in life, you can be proud of that," said Peter Nawroth, Head of Agriculture and Headmaster of the Agricultural School, welcoming the young farmers. He encouraged the graduates to continue their education in order to be able to master the upcoming challenges in agriculture. A visit to the Holzkirchen Agricultural School as part of the master craftsman training is recommended. In addition to the congratulations on passing the final exam, he wished him courage, strength and good luck in future activities as a farmer.
The Chairman of the Miesbach Farmer's Examination Committee, Nikolaus Riesch, also congratulated the graduates on achieving their career goal as a farmer.
"You passed a great test in life, but there are many more to come," he said to the young farmers.
He also appealed to them to network with professional colleagues and to always exchange ideas, as they are often confronted with similar problems.
The best AELF graduates in 2021 are:
Johannes Gaßner (Bruckmühl, grade point average 1.79, Almakademie)
Franziska Meister (Munich, training company Burgmayr, Schmidham), Xaver Demmel (Königsdorf, training company Demmel, Dietramszell) and Maximilian Seestaller (Gmund, Almakademie) with a respective grade point average of 1.94
Joris Rohrmoser from Krailling (Pilch training company, Eurasburg) with a grade point average of 2.39