The wife wants a child, The wife wants a child, Eee, Aye, Addio, The wife wants a child.* [Etc] In the last twenty years or so, however, the phrase "the farmer wants a wife" has come to be synonymous with the single farmer's quest to find a like-minded partner who understands the farming way of life and spawned a reality TV series developed by Freemantle Media which premiered in the UK on ITV back in 2001 and, more recently, on Channel Five in 2009.The Farmer Wantsa Wife format has also been successfully received in over a dozen different countries around the world, including in Australia, the US, Germany (Bauer sucht Frau) and Spain (Granjero busca esposa).Speaking on LMFM’s Late Lunch on Monday, Daly and Lawless said they soon found their true calling: They started taking nominations for ‘Farmer of the Day’ posts, in which eligible bachelor (and sometimes bachelorette) farmers can show themselves off in the hopes of finding romance.

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I just haven’t really interacted with a girl my age in this community, well, really at all — but especially that I felt really compatible with.

Really, for my social life, period, I’m in Memphis and New Orleans a lot — that’s kind of where I get that outlet.

We hit it off pretty immediately and were kind of together that summer.

And when we left, we just tried to make it work and it’s been kind of a battle, being so far apart when she was finishing school, but now she’s back in the South, which is great.

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Farmers’ Daughters was set up in January by Carol Lawless, Rachel Day and Shannon Kelly-Smith as a way of sharing farming jokes with like-minded individuals.

And as young people tend to be discouraged from the long, hard, and not exactly lucrative work of farming, the average age of the American farmer is only rising.