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Recap | Farmer Wants a Wife on Channel 7 and 7plus (29 April)

Farmer Wants a Wife on Channel 7 – Honest opinion. Truth sparks farm conflict.

Tonight on Farmer Wants A Wife, emotions intensified to breaking point as farm farewells raised some uncomfortable truths.

The farmers eagerly anticipated the opportunity to explore deeper connections during their all-important one-on-one dates: “It’s hard to get to know any of the girls in the group setting,” said Farmer Tom ahead of his date with Sarah C.

Echoing his feelings, Farmer Dustin said:

“Sometimes you just need to get away from the farm. I think it shows another side of them and it’ll probably show another side of me.”

Farmer Joe, a keen fisherman, brought Calya to his favourite spot for a bit of fly fishing, but he had another motive:

“Calya’s and I’s lives are vastly different, from the city to the country, to what she does for work, what I do. I guess I really wanted to see how our lives and our future would be able to intersect.”

After a day of fun and romance, the farmers and their ladies returned home for the next farm farewell.

Flying high with confidence after her date with Joe, Calya drew battlelines during the dinner when she called out Keely and Claire for not being honest about their feelings: “How do you find connection if they’re not being honest? Farmer Joe deserves to hear the truth.”

Calya’s pursuit for honesty rocked the farm farewell:

“It’s quite obvious that I’m not very good at seeing signs or picking up what’s happening around me. I’m worried that people aren’t speaking their minds,”

Joe said before inviting all his ladies to stay.  

At the end of the dinner, Farmer Dustin bid goodbye to Chloe. Farmers Bert, Joe and Tom did not send anyone home. 

Tomorrow night on Farmer Wants A Wife: The ladies go head-to-head, pitching blind dates to their farmers for the chance to secure a precious solo date. 

But the road to real love is full of twists and shocking turns as one lady’s persistent attempt to seduce her farmer leads to heartbreak.

Life on the farm is about to get a lot spicier with a surprise text from host Sam Armytage. 

“A text from Sam never means that it’s going to be smooth sailing. Curious to see what she’s got for us,”

Farmer Joe says. 

Farmer Wants A Wife on Channel 7 and 7plus – Continues Tuesday at 7.30pm

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About the Show

Five new farmers are preparing to follow their hearts on Farmer Wants A Wife, premiering 7.00pm Sunday, 14 April on Channel 7 and 7plus.

The attached media kit has all the details ahead of the season premiere, including Q&As with the farmers and ladies, as well as host Samantha Armytage and co-host Natalie Gruzlewski.

Thousands of eligible singles have applied to meet the farmers. Come along on the journey as they meet their favourites and each invite their special five back to the farm to learn who will spark a love that can last forever.

Through first glances, first kisses, romantic dates and life-changing moments, the farmers will find their true love. 

Hosted by Samantha Armytage and co-host Natalie Gruzlewski, Farmer Wants A Wife is set to captivate the audiences with its unique blend of romance, authenticity and country charm.

This year’s farmers include:

Farmer Bert, 30 – Wamuran, QLD

Farmer Joe, 33 – Bombala, NSW

Farmer Dustin, 26 – Condobolin, NSW

Farmer Dean, 25 – Kandanga, QLD

Farmer Tom, 22 – Tabilk, VIC

Farmer Wants A Wife is produced by Eureka Productions for the Seven Network.

Farmer Wants a Wife on Channel 7

Farmer Wants a Wife on Channel 7

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