The Farmer is a character from Shaun The Sheep. He is a tall middle aged man with a pole-shaped
nose and large bald spot on his head. He wears glasses,a green coat, blue denim jeans and black boots.
He is a mute character, but in some episodes,he sometimes screams or mutters.
Shaun the Sheep Movie Edit
The Farmer is first seen when he was young and when the Flock, and Bitzer were young and growing each day until how it was in the show, it starts out with The Farmer shearing Shaun like he's having a hair cut, one day Shaun wants to have a day off but has to distract The Farmer by putting him to sleep, When Shaun and the Flock gets caught by Bitzer he tries to tell the Farmer what happed but Bitzer mistakingly broke the handle resulting The Farmer go down the hill into the big city with Bitzer chasing after him. The farmer finally wakes up like how he normally does but gets his head hit by a a hard object and was taken to hospital.
When The Farmer wakes up in the hospital and has "memory loss" after the hard object causing him to lose him memory, he leaves the hospital without being noticed because he knows that is something important and walks into a stylist's shop and get a little bit of memory of him sheep shearing Shaun and does the same to the Celebrity in the style of Shaun's hair and it becomes popular with lots of people taking selfes with the hair style and other pictures and renames himself to Mr.X and becomes a Icon in the Big City.
Later The Farmer hears Shaun and The Flock singing "Feels Like Summer" and throws his memory loss paper out of the window, Shaun finally finds The Farmer but Shaun doesn't notice that his memory is lost and The Farmer forcing him and The Flock to leave in a angry way.
In the stylist's shop, The Farmer hears the tune and is intrigued. He steps into the supply closet, opening the window to listen better. A memory is jogged, and he starts to question whether he has another purpose out there instead of being a stylist to the snobs of the world. He pulls the chart that says "memory loss" out of his pocket and looks at it, reminding himself he really doesn't have a true identity yet. But his new boss calls him to come back to work, so he wads up the chart and throws it out the window, deciding to go back to the one thing he knows he can do.
Later the Flock made a plan to bring The Farmer but doing the counting the sheep method which what made him gone to sleep in the first part of the film. The Flock puts The Farmer on top of the horse costume that the Flock uses to avoid attention from Trumper, they make it back to his caravan and hide from Trumper while The Farmer thinks of having a back musarge, they make it back to the farm they hide in the quarry and Trumper finds them and tries to kill them. The Farmer wakes up but his memory stil don't working. The Flock craying and scared embrace The Farmer and them, The Farmer sees with his animals in a window having his memory back. The Farmer learns that Trumper tries to trow him and his animals in a quarry and exit from the shed to fight, but nearly falls off the edge but caught Bitzer's ears and the Flock helps him up.
Beafore Trumper trows Shaun in the quarry to intent of kill him, The Farmer saves Shaun from falling off the cliff while he's memory was fully normal, Shaun and the rest where happy to see him, while Trumper tries to escape of the farm to avoid the fury of The Farmer, but Slip stop's Trumper bitting his foot. The Farmer sees Trumper and complaint for almost throw him and the the flock to the quarry. Trumper scared to the farmer tries to reason with him, but it is being pushed by the bull which is manages to leave the cliff and falling from a bag of manure. The Farmer and the animals now at peace, The farmer goes to his house to sleep. The next morning, the rooster crows and everyone wakes up to business as usual, but everyone is going about it more happily and with more of a spring in their step. The Farmer and Bitzer open the barn and the sheep happily gather round the farmer, glad to have him home again. The moment is almost ruined as the farmer sadly looks at the schedule, clearly wishing for once they didn't have to do it. Bitzer makes the decision for him by grabbing the paper, wadding it up, and throwing it to the goat to eat.
During the credits, images are shown of the farmer, Bitzer, and the Sheep enjoying a day off in the country. The farmer turns the news on to see something about Mr. X having disappeared on horseback, which confuses him a bit.