February 3, 2023

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"Love is in the meadow": A farmer's expression

“Love is in the meadow”: A farmer’s expression

The portraits of the five new farmers who will participate in the next season of “The Meadow of Love” were published by Nuovo on Tuesday.

Anne-Sophie, 24, beef, chicken and maple syrup maker. Newly elected municipal councilor for the city of Neuville in the Capital-National region, Anne-Sophie is energetic, driven and ambitious. He studied agritourism management before joining the family farm and is now looking for a hand boy.

Elizabeth, 24, lives in Saint-Gabriel-de-Rimouski in Bas-Saint-Laurent. He is a livestock producer and owns a horse farm. Energetic, Elizabeth is passionate about horses and has just entered the rodeo circuit. Determined, she meets “Rag”, a handsome and charismatic cowboy who can help her on the ranch and follow her on all her adventures.

Guillaume, 38, is this season’s dean. A dairy and grain producer in Rivière-Ouelle, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Guillaume was a sensitive, heroic man who took pride in his work as a farmer. Alone for years, he is looking for a woman who will take him out of his everyday life. He wants to meet his life partner, a bright, honest and understanding woman.

Marc-Antoine, 27, wants to start a family and dreams of seeing his children running around the farm like he enjoyed doing himself when he was younger. A milk and maple syrup producer in Saint-Philemon, Chaudière-Appalachian, Marc-Antoine jokes and has strong family values. He wants to find an active girl with whom he can share moments of simplicity.

Robert, Bobby for Friends, 27 years old and looking for an interesting woman, ready to invest in a relationship. Resourceful, curious and introverted in nature, Bobby is surrounded by his parents and his three sisters, who play an important role in his life. He is a dairy and field crop producer in Hawick, Monterrey.

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In its first 10 seasons, “Love is in the Grass” contributed to the creation of 17 couples and the birth of about thirty children. The show resumes on Noovo and Noovo.ca on January 12 at 8 p.m.