Young farmers from across Northern Ireland are encouraged to announce their participation in the second series of the popular BBC reality TV programme.
The first series of “The Fast and the Farmerish” aired on BBC Three, and the boy from three farmers became popular throughout the series and eventually won the grand finale.
Now the selection of the second series of the show has begun, in which producers are looking for young tractor drivers and farmers aged 18-30 to participate.
A spokesperson for the show told Belfast Live that the standards were “18-30 and crazy for tractors.”
The description of the new series says that they are looking for three teams.
“Hosted by Tom Pemberton, tractor drivers and their vehicles go to the extreme in amazing challenges designed to test skills, nerves, creativity and teamwork,” he says.
“In a three-man team, young farmers and their tractors compete in regional matches, hoping to win and represent their country in the semi-finals.
But only the best will make it to the grand final and have the thrill of changing gears, go fast, and become farmer champions.
“If you are furious with your UK tractor and think you have everything you need to beat the competition, apply now.”
The producers, Alleycats TV, say they are looking specifically for the participation of Northern Irish women.
Applicants are advised to register interest [email protected] The deadline for entries is May 27.
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