The second episode of First Time Farmers is being aired tonight on Channel 4.
The “observational documentary” features a new set of young farmers from a different region every week, following the ups and downs as they try to carve out a career in agriculture.
Tonight’s episode stars three young farmers from Cheltenham and Somerset: 17-year-old Flossy who juggles running the family farm with going to school; 18-year-old Lewis who is in the third year of an agriculture degree and George, who runs a flock of sheep along with a firewood and fencing businesses.
You can watch First Time Farmers tonight at 8pm on Channel 4.
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