The new season of ‘Farmer Seeks Women Europe’ started on Sunday night and that means we have been able to meet several new farmers. Here we list the candidates in detail for you.

“I’m fine with her having her own, but she has to accept that I have a farm”

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richard farmer (32)

Farmer Richard has a large-scale crop farm in Slovakia. Although he likes to cook, he prefers to eat out even more. Alone, preferably with good company. He really can enjoy an evening on the couch and watch TV, but he also likes going out with friends or to a tropical pool. The latter comes from another hobby, water polo: something he has done for a long time. What makes working as a farmer so enjoyable for him is that no two days are the same. “I like variety,” says Richard. While he doesn’t necessarily expect a future partner to join his company, he would like “a bit of affinity.” “And I like it when she has her own. If she’s just coming here for me, she’ll be home in no time. It’s healthy to have your own interest, but also an interest in each other. To have something to say at home.” , that you support each other and that you reinforce each other in what you do.”

Are you attracted to farmer Richard? You can send him a letter through this link.

Farmer Piet (63)

Farmer Piet works on a cattle farm in Germany. In his spare time he likes to watch a Scandinavian series on Netflix or read a thriller. He doesn’t have to think much about what makes his job as a farmer so beautiful. “I spend a lot of time outdoors in nature. I never wanted to do anything else. You are your own boss and you can influence the way you approach things.” He doesn’t necessarily expect help from a partner, but mostly companionship. “I’m not looking for help for the company. Mostly I hope someone can help me relax. Who wants to do fun things with me after a day’s work.”

Does Farmer Piet sound like anything to you? You can send him a letter through this link.

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Farmer Claudia (57)

Farmer Claudia runs an organic dairy farm in France. Hers She has two daughters, ages 25 and 20, who spend weekends with her. Also, she lives with some cows, calves and 2 cats and a dog named Charlie on the farm. During the week she likes to be at home and meet up with friends. Although it is not mandatory for her that a partner come to help her in her business, I would appreciate a little support and reflection from her. “If you are eager to help, we can start milking together.” If your card is selected now, you can already score some extra points by bringing apple syrup, pancake syrup and gingerbread from the Netherlands – these are her favorite treats.

Does farmer Claudia ring a bell? You can send him a letter through this link.

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Farmer’s Wife Bernice (23)

Farmer Bernice has a dairy farm in Sweden, where she lives with her father Klaas Ane, her mother Jacomien and her brother Carsten. She Bernice likes to work a little more in the evenings, after which she cooks some food and settles down on the couch to watch some series. “I usually work a little more in the afternoons. Then I prepare the food myself, and I usually watch a series. In summer I like to walk with my dog ​​or sit in the garden and have fun, do something with friends, or train a horse.” What attracts her most about working on the farm is contact with the animals. “They give you a lot if you you take good care of yourself and get a lot in return. The freedom you have is also fantastic.” She hopes a future partner will lend a hand in the business. “In any case, you have to understand life on the farm. It’s a lifestyle you have to fit into, otherwise it won’t work.”

Farmer Bernice ring a bell? You can send him a letter through this link.

Farmer Haico (42)

Boer Haico has a dairy farm in Denmark, a family business with 220 dairy cows and 150 hectares of land to grow food. He lives here with his parents and his dog Panda. After a busy day at work, he prefers to eat something with his parents. “After that I watch some TV, play some sport or do some hobbies in my workshop.” What makes the job so much fun for him is the freedom, the interaction with the animals and the fact that he can decide important things himself. He doesn’t necessarily expect a partner to help him out on the farm. “I’m not looking for an employee. I think it’s okay that she has her own, but she has to accept that I have a farm. And that not everything can be planned. If a cow has to give birth, then everything will be a little later, for example”.

Are you attracted to the farmer Haico? You can send him a letter through this link.

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