Meet Queensland’s new Farmer Wants A Wife suitor

 

A Queensland grain farmer looking for a "get up and go" partner is among the new crop of eligible suitors hoping to find love on dating show Farmer Wants A Wife.

Channel 7 revealed their first look at the 2021 season tonight, unveiling the new farmers and opening up applications for tempted Aussie singles.

Pete, 29, farms grain and forage crops in Kingaroy, an agriculture hub northwest of Brisbane.

Farmer Pete from Kingaroy will look for love on Channel 7's Farmer Wants A Wife. Picture: supplied
Farmer Pete from Kingaroy will look for love on Channel 7's Farmer Wants A Wife. Picture: supplied

"I am outgoing, friendly, straight up and I am not afraid to get in and have a go," Pete said.

"I love building and making things".

He said he was looking for a woman "with a bit of get up and go but can relax after work and have a bit of quality time", adding that they needed to be honest and "willing to communicate about everything and anything".

Farmer Matt will appear on new Farmer Wants A Wife. Picture: supplied/ Channel 7
Farmer Matt will appear on new Farmer Wants A Wife. Picture: supplied/ Channel 7

Other farmers include 26-year-old beef farmer Matt from Orbost, Victoria, who "loves a bit of banter" and wants a woman who is "willing to give farm life a go".

After a four-year hiatus, Farmer Wants A Wife returned to Channel 7 this year and performed solidly for the network, with 923,000 metro viewers tuning into the finale.

Single ladies can apply to date the farmers at www.farmerwantsawife.com.au.

Originally published as Meet Queensland's new Farmer Wants A Wife suitor


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