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Hot potato farmer’s fans think he’s a total spud stud: ‘Sexy as hell’

That’s one hot potato.

A Canadian farmer has taken social media by starchy storm, posting now-viral videos of his life on a potato farm that have resulted in hundreds and thousands of views and followers.

Dubbed the “hottest” potato farmer by users online, British Columbia farmer Tyler Heppell — or “Potato Ty” as he calls himself — has made people sit up and take notice of his farming.

Heppell posts videos showing the day-to-day workings of the potato farm. He first piqued the interest of fans online after he began “ugly potato day,” which involves his farm giving away produce that isn’t up to sale standard. In a clip from last month, Heppell revealed they raised around $6,400 for local food banks.

Tyler Heppell has TikTok excited to eat potatoes.
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"Potato Ty" is TikTok's new favorite farmer.
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Potato Ty's Farmtok has TikTok users obsessed with vegetable.
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Heppell’s videos — which he started posting on TikTok in June — show how the potatoes and vegetables on the farm are planted, harvested, cleaned and graded, much to the delight of his fans, with some clips amassing millions of views.

It’s Potato Ty’s good looks, though, that have the online farming fans wanting more.

“Straight outta a Christmas Hallmark movie,” one user declared.

“But do you need a farmer’s wife?” questioned another.

On Instagram, one person commented that the farmer was “sexy as hell.”

Before he began farming, Potato Ty worked in sales, but described the job as “empty and purposeless.”

“Making the switch from sales to farming was one of my biggest leaps of faith,” he revealed in a TikTok, adding he’s found his “love and purpose again” in farming.

“I’m so proud to now be a Canadian Farmer,” he captioned the clip.

Although Heppell’s relationship status is not confirmed, he coyly responded that he was “maybe” single to one viewer — so there is still hope for those eager to help run his potato empire.