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I have been with my farmer for over ten years now, married for half of that time and I have been asked quite a bit how we met. I think people think there should have been some really farm story-you know, my car got stuck in a ditch and a farmer in shining armour came with tow ropes and his big red tractor to pull me out.

Sitting on a wall outside a club after closing time while our friends smooched the faces off each other. On one of our first dates he bought me a cabbage which I later found out had come in a delivery of cow feed and he took me to the local agricultural show which I actually loved. Someone asked the question how the women met their other halves and I just found it so interesting. The majority were through Young Farmers groups though and very few were on random nights out like us.

This is the thing. You could well have walked past a farmer in a pub or club and not known of their vocation. My farmer is the cleanest person I know.

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He always looked gorgeous when we went out and still does if you ask me. There was never any whiff of farm when we met and even now, when he comes in dirty, he gets changed.

She's city, he's country—can this mismatched pair survive life on the farm?

The other way people met their farmers was at agricultural college. There are a across the country and, I would say having some kind of shared interest is a bonus but then again, my love was animals and that still worked without an agricultural qualification. I would warn against any kind of admissions into career ideas.

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The worst thing I ever did was admit to the farmer that I had always wanted to be a vet. The fact that I wanted to and failed I was no good at sciencewas a down point in his eyes. Think of the money he could have saved on vet fees if I had indeed become an animal doctor.

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I think if you have farming as some kind of idyllic profession you are going to be very disappointed. It is very hard work-especially if you have livestock. If you want an easy life, marry an arable farmer. I jest but they do work slightly more social hours than farmers with animals. I may get lynched for that.

When I had Boo, we had cows and it was touch and go whether the farmer would even get to the birth. I was bothered then. I am not sure I would be now. The truth is, the farm always comes first. Family is obviously a close second but that is how it is. If I was to try and change that, it would just cause friction. Holidays are either unheard of or so few and far between that you will have to renew your passport before every trip unless you meet an arable farmer-see above.

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It is not personal. Our situation, like many farms is that the farm is not just an income and a business. It is a passion. We live in a society which measures success on the amount of plane trips you take annually. We measure success on the amount of trips to market we take annually.

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If you are willing to to sacrifice the kind of life most of your friends live, turn up at school and social events alone then maybe marrying a farmer is for you. If you want as many animals pets as your heart desires, an outdoor life, enough machinery to play on and fresh air then maybe the life is for you. March 29, at March 31, at Kerry wilson.

Farmers daughter and farmers wife!!! Said I also wanted to marry someone just like my dad, and I did.

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Old fashioned, hard working farmer. Farming is not a job it is a way of life! Margot Tries the Good Life.

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I love that he got you a cabbage! Kate mason. I met my husband driving a tractor to Paris for charity.

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We have been married for 34 years and nothing changes. The farm still comes first every time, holidays are a rare treat, and the dog spends more time with him than I do. But to survive you need to be strong of mind and body, self contained,resilient and have understanding friends.

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April 2, at Thanks for the read, can totally relate to this! What online forums are there? April 11, at My husbands cousin is married to a farmer and half the time she has to do things by herself as her hubby is so busy in the fields, on the farm or with the animals at work. I imagine being married to a farmer can be quite difficult but obviously well worth it. Mrs Robinson. June 29, at I met my farmer at a church Youth Club.

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What most impressed me? He had a car! Well, an old Mini Van. Peak Lad. January 12, at They say I still dance like a cowboy. Married city girls. Am single.

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Cabbage roses? Suzanne Chappell. March 7, at I met my farmer husband in our local pub which has now closed unfortunately. My children have loved the outdoor life we have. Even both following the same career as their dad. They may have one of the dirtiest jobs going but my three are always particular about being clean and tidy. May 10, at Thats the only life I ever knew from birth and i can feel every cell in my body dying in town.

My life and essence is earth, rain, wind and fire. For the later only in a fireplace.

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I am from a long line of farmers, a capricorn and anybody who shares that passion is a friend. Getting stuck in the mud is nothing compared to being stuck in traffic.

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Every relationship has challenges irrespective of setting. Again nothing is in black and white. Human relationships are complicated beyond beyond the subject of farming. Happy hunting. May 14, at Notify me of follow-up comments by. Notify me of new posts by .

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