Channel 4 is launching a new docu-soap this evening which aims to show farming life through a younger generation.
First Time Farmers will debut this evening at 8pm.
According to Channel 4, it will “lift the lid on the dilemmas, pressures and daily grind of young farmers” living in the Cotswolds, Herefordshire and the West Country.
The show – a five-part series – was created by the same production team behind Made in Chelsea. Each episode will introduce viewers to three new young farmers aged between 16 and their early twenties.
“A career in agriculture doesn’t mean it’s all work without play. These young farmers will share how they balance life living on the farm, and if there is any room left for love, laughter and partying with mates,” Channel 4 said in a statement.