I had an absolute wonderful experience. I got to work with wheat, canola, lupins, vetch, cotton, and sheep. The general farming practices were similar but the whole aspect of living and working abroad was completely different from what I expected.
This experience broadened my view of agriculture by seeing first hand the difference in commodities, climate, landscape, and the approach farmers took while planting/growing.
Every local farmer I knew growing up always took a slightly different approach towards farming. This experience allowed me to take what I already knew, and expand on that in different ways. So this allowed me to expand on my diversity and I learnt more tricks and trades that I will be able to use the rest of my life to help me become more productive and efficient.