Dating a farm girl

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The course of true love never did run smooth, according to William Shakespeare. He was certainly right as far as farming relationships are concerned. See also: Guide to keeping your farm ATV legal on the road. in. Farmers Weekly Reporters 22 March See also: Guide to keeping your farm ATV legal on the road The dos: Arrange the date outside of the July-to-September period to steer clear of harvest. October and November are best to avoid because of drilling. And calving time. In fact, there may be a window of about three days in any given year which is good for a date.

When planning the date, be patient if you are waiting for a text. Texting is far from compatible with tractor driving, stock husbandry, milking and fencing. Sound impressed when they tell you how many acres they farm. Bone-up on acronyms. Picking at your food is what pen-pushers do. Obviously choose a meat-based dish from the menu. The courgette, tofu, artichoke and broad bean pancake with a nut topping may well not impress. Do think carefully who you date.

Agriculture is a small world. Or the Spanish strawberries. Or the Kenyan runner beans. Basically: Buy British! Empty shotgun cartridge cases and penknives are not evidence of violent behaviour, it merely means they have a pigeon problem and use big bales, respectively. Share this.

Dating a farm girl

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