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The farmer wants a wife – dating tips for farmers
Farms Farm Show So you think you want to venture out of the city and date a farmer? As FarmersOnly points out, dating a farmer is not just about blue skies and green pastures.
So approach the farming lifestyle with a lot of open-mindedness. Tip 2 — Plans Change. So roll with it!
Because the work never ends, and farming requires a variety of tools and tricks of the trade, chances are that something is breaking down, getting stuck in the field, or getting sick pretty much every day. So make the most of it.
31 perks of dating a farmer — it’s not all fairy tales and cow tails
Pack up the food and wine and enjoy it in the barn later, if you have to. The good news is there is always a quiet nook, a romantic view of the sky, and the sound of mother nature around every corner. Expect the unexpected, and try to marvel at it.
Tip 3 — Roots and Root Cellars. Farming is about family and roots. Most farmers are part of a family business.
There will be moms, d, aunts, brothers and sisters…you name it. Similarly, if your farm boy or farmgirl lives in the house that grandpa built, expect the farm to be full of family history. Remember, they either smell it often, sell it often, or do both!
Similarly, many can sense shenanigans from a mile away, whether dating-related or otherwise. Heck, get on out of your box, and be fearless and courageous about sharing your true quirks, colors, and charisma.
Farmers are probably not adept at the conversation topics you might be used to. Want a great conversation with a farmer?
FarmersOnly offers this easy tip: Learn about the weather! Everything hinges on just the right amount of rain too much or too little can be disastrouson just the right amount of heat and cold, and most importantly, on being prepared for whatever is coming your way. Sponsored Content on AG Daily. Isidore the Farmer — the patron saint of agriculture Ag on Instagram: The best farm photos from May 13, Wisconsin celebrating years of cheesemaking with prizes 9 pieces of advice for ag high school and college graduates 7 products that make farm shop life easier.
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