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I keep seeing all these wonderful blogs about reasons to date a farmer and I absolutely love reading them! I love my farmer and love being reminded of all the simple things he brings to our relationship. So here I am. We can be dirty. We can also be clean.

Yes, eHarmony, many farmers subscribe to good ol' fashioned family values, but not all will put you on a pedestal. Some will view you as an equal partner in the relationship where you will be working just as hard. There IS something sexy about working the land and cultivating plants, I mean Kenny Chesney even sings about how she finds his tractor sexy Instead he brings home "the bread" in another sense so that we can live a comfortable life.

And there is nothing wrong with that. Farmers do indeed have roots where they are settled and usually have long-term plans to stay there, but I wouldn't necessarily see this as a reason to date a farmer. Being someone who moved because I fell in love with a farmer, it's a hard sacrifice to give up your life where you are now and move because the farmer you are dating is rooted where he is.

And you've got to be ready to face that. Of course, it can end up being a blessing in disguise, but it doesn't take away the fact it is tough. Cooking for a farmer during harvest season will challenge your creativity in the kitchen. In some of the comments after the article, a few women were talking about how farmers are usually meat and potatoes guys and won't challenge them in the kitchen.

Trying to prepare meals on the go for months on end WILL test your creativity in the kitchen to the fullest. Eventually, I think we all give up and sandwiches it is! The rural lifestyle DOES provide you with fresh air, vitamin D, and panoramic views, but it is one of the hardest things you will do.

You can visit your date at work. And you can help them at work. But it's a fine line to walk before your farmer will start expecting your help and teaching you how to do things like drive tractor. Farmers ARE small business owners and as any small business owner knows, it does require brains and brawn but it also carries A TON of stress. This constant worry will be there always and stress is something you come to live with on a day-to-day basis.

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Even though we can plan out our year on paper, there is a lot of uncertainty in farming. Lots of things can happen that will cause failures.

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If you can't handle uncertainty, dating a farmer may not be for you. Okay, so eHarmony hit this one right on the nail Farmers are community players and they DO help out a neighbor in need. That is percent true no matter where you live. Farmers understand the struggle and are always willing to help a fellow farmer in need. You will learn something new every day. Farmers are a wealth of knowledge about the land, the history of the land, plants, crops, and all sorts of other interesting things.

You will learn so much about the ins and outs of farming, even from just dating a farmer. Embrace it and soak up as much knowledge as you can!

Dating a farmer will teach you independence and strength. If you are the least bit co-dependent, dating a farmer will be the hardest relationship you will ever have. They work long hours, miss lots of suppers or dinners , and rely on you to be independent and get things done while they are gone. Farmers may not live in condos, but they do most of the time live in, or at least start in, old farmhouses that are usually quirky, not updated, and come with their own challenges.

If you go from living a luxurious city life to old farmhouse, it could be quite a culture shock. It will be a constant work in progress as any house will be so be prepared to take on a challenge or save for the future and your forever home. They spend lots of money. For those who are financially conscious, it may be tough to find yourself in a relationship where money goes away just as easy as it comes in.

Give a farmer a dollar and he'll spend two. The grain markets, the animal markets, and all other things in agriculture are forever changing. The potential to make a ton of money is just as easy to lose a ton of money. Farming can be a gamble and let's hope you've got luck on your side. Dating a farmer will teach you to learn to love the unpredictable. Not making plans or not sticking to a plan is the way of life for a farmer, anything can change at a moment's notice.

It just may be that you will be woken up in the middle of the night because something goes wrong or you've got to go out and check cows that are waiting to calf. Farmers know how to get anywhere and everywhere and are usually great with directions. Is the road closed? No problem, farmers know every inch of back roads and dirt roads so they can get you where you want to go, even if it means driving through the section line of a field.

Dating a farmer will change your life. Even if that goal is just to get all the laundry done. We can make any situation fun. When you grow up on a farm you learn not to take things so seriously all the time. We know how to loosen up and realize that life goes on. On the farm you knew where your tools were and you knew what shed all the tractors were in. We like to know where things go! We always know how to keep a smile on our face. The farmer and myself! Not everyday is perfect, but we make every moment perfect!

This is a great list! I loved that way of life. So I married a farmer!!

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I love farm life!! I do have to agree, farm girls just always seem to be cool and down to earth. They are hard for me to find anymore though, being in the city and all. Gotta admit, I DO sound like a catch! Currently you have JavaScript disabled. In order to post comments, please make sure JavaScript and Cookies are enabled, and reload the page. Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser.

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