1) He’s committed It takes a lot of hard work, passion and perseverance to run a farm and you can bet these great qualities will extend to a relationship. 4) Traditional values Most farmers subscribe to good ol’ fashioned values like loyalty, chivalry and family.
2) He’s got a great physique When your daily routine consists of outdoor activities like rounding up sheep, checking crops and riding horses, you enjoy the benefit of being naturally fit, toned and tanned. Any guy with these values will be proud to treat you with kindness and respect.
But I also had my own agenda: I wanted to know if I moved to the country whether there would be someone there worth having a relationship with.Arable farmers may not take kindly to quinoa bread (no I didn't make that up), or edamame beans when we have such wonderful food that's grown in the UK and Ireland.If you go out for a dinner date with a farmer, opt for hearty and local, unless you know that they prefer international cuisine.Farmers need to be quick thinking when things don't go to plan and they need to be able to cope with both paperwork and machines, so you can be assured that your farming date will be a smart cookie.There's also the need for strength, which means sexy toned arms. We can't guarantee that they'll fix your car for you (you know what they say about builders and their homes), but they'll have the know-how to help you to deal with a problem.