Your texts are translated by native translators who specialise in agriculture. Translations are proofread according to the four-eyes principle and, if needed, double-checked for correct terminology by local agricultural experts.
Agri Translation takes care of your agricultural and horticultural translations between all major Western European languages:
All the translators in the Agri Translation team speak your green language. They have extensive translation experience in agriculture and horticulture, often complemented by vocational training and/or hands-on experience in the sector.
Fruit and vegetable growing
Ornamental horticulture, flower bulb cultivation
Chemical crop protection
Biological crop protection
Meat and dairy farming
Veterinary sciences etc.
Who we are
The face behind Agri Translation is agronomist and sworn translator Edith van der Have-Raats, MSc, BComn. She grew up on a dairy farm and studied Plant Breeding and Crop Protection at Wageningen University. After graduating, Edith worked in an international business environment as a crop protection regulatory affairs specialist for over a decade. She then became a freelance translator, completed her translation studies and founded Agri Translation.
Edith translates from English and Swedish into Dutch, and she collaborates with native professional translators for the other language combinations covered by Agri Translation. Just like Edith herself, they have extensive translation experience in agriculture and horticulture. Many of them have vocational training and/or work experience in agriculture on top of that. In addition, Agri Translation works with local subject matter specialists and with experienced legal translators for your contracts, privacy statements, etc.