Bachelor David Exwood has been voted one of the tastiest farmers in the country.

He was one of five men and one woman to be picked as the best talent on a tractor in a National Farmers' Union contest.

David, 31, of Westons Farm, Itchingfield, Horsham, will now be using his talents to woo shoppers around the country in a bid to promote British farm products.

He was a regional winner in the contest, aimed at beefing up the British Farm Standard mark - a small red tractor with blue wheels.

The team of winners will take part in a series of promotional activities to make shoppers aware of the Buy British Campaign with the slogan "For food you can trust, follow the little red tractor".

David was persuaded to enter the competition, which attracted 36 men and four women, by his mother Penny.

He was picked by a team of judges that included Cosmopolitan editor Lorraine Butler.