"The fuel bills are horrendous sometimes but at least you can get easily from door-to-door," she says.
"In London, it's so stressful; trains get delayed and if you drive, you can't park. Driving to parties in the country became one of my best pulling techniques; everyone wants a lift home." But what's the point of falling in love with someone who lives miles away from your house?
The nationwide body of 662 clubs hosts social events throughout the year such as parties and quizzes.
A study by Louise Elliott, a land agent for Savills, suggests that the parents of about half of people in farming communities met via Young Farmers and a quarter were introduced by a farming friend.
"A lot of people say it's the rural dating agency," she says.
Tickets for the event cost from £60 and there will be a live band, three-course meal and casino.
Traditionally, the under 26- year-olds living in the country met through their local Young Farmers club.
"Find a dating buddy; someone who is in the same situation as you," she says.
"Single friends will also give you moral support if you're feeling depressed about meeting the third frog in a row." If you've been brought up in a country community, the chances are you will already know a lot of the people living locally.