Farmgirl dating


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more Ken Sullivan, 44, gives a fresh almond to his youngest daughter Ruth, 1, to eat December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

less Ken Sullivan, 44, gives a fresh almond to his youngest daughter Ruth, 1, to eat December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

more Rebekah and Ken Sullivan pictured with their daughters Ruth, 1, left, and Grace, 3, outside of the oldest barn on their property December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

less Rebekah and Ken Sullivan pictured with their daughters Ruth, 1, left, and Grace, 3, outside of the oldest barn on their property December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif. more Ken Sullivan, 44, keeps an eye on his oldest daughter as he carries his youngest, Ruth, 1, back to their house for lunch December 20, 2013 in Orland, Calif.

Dating is never easy, but dating a farmer's daughter? Here are 16 tips of what to expect: Unless you’re willing to ride in a combine/tractor cab for your date night. (farmer’s tan, noun: A tan on only the arms and neck of a person due to clothing covering body everywhere else.)Because let’s face it…tan lines are so annoying.

more Ken Sullivan, 44, holds his youngest daughter, Ruth, 1, while also helping his oldest, Grace, 3, to put fresh eggs away in the fridge as his wife Rebekah, 40, left, removes a meatloaf from the oven for lunch December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

Or wait by the door with it if you don’t get us home by curfew (or break our heart).

Long hours pulling rye, fixing fence, and tagging calves cause too may calluses.

Puppies and kittens don’t even scratch the surface of a farmgirl’s love for furry friends. I mean they’re basically the same thing…one is about 1100 pounds heavier. Just be ready for us to point out the flaws in your methods.

Calves, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, and so much more. Because we’ve been raised to outwork the best of them and we can’t stand laziness.

Her father, Ken Sullivan is a fourth generation Almond farmer, the land has been in his family for 100 years.