Farmer Alex is 110% ready to fall in love on THE FARMER WANTS A WIFE

A lover of live music, Farmer Alex, 29, is a sheep and cattle farmer from Cunnamulla, Queensland.

The energetic larrikin describes himself as a loyal friend and brother who’s in touch with his emotions.

He’s an adventurous soul who loves building things with his hands and doesn’t mind a drink at the pub with friends.

Farmer Alex is “110% ready to fall in love,” but will he make the right choice?

With 99 marriages and 225 beautiful farmer babies worldwide, FARMER WANTS A WIFEis the most successful dating show on the planet.

In Australia alone, the series has resulted in nine marriages and 20 babies and now it’s back for its 10th season.

Returning host Natalie Gruzlewski plays cupid once again as she brings together five new farmers – Alex, Harry, Neil, Nick and Sam – on their quest to find true love.

Real love is back – FARMER WANTS A WIFE – this July on 7

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