Dr. Brent Ridge and author Josh Kilmer-Purcell, the gay couple starring in the reality series The Fabulous Beekman Boys, say their farming neighbors accept them.

Cabler Green Planet premiered the series last Wednesday and is offering a new episode tonight.

The reality series follows the city couple as they create a self-sustaining organic farm in upstate New York. Their creation is the new lifestyle brand called Beekman 1802, which has produced an artisan cheese made from goat milk called Blaak, several varieties of goat milk soap and heirloom seed collections.

While Kilmer-Purcell, who wrote about his experience in The Bucolic Plague: From Drag Queen to Goat Farmer, is in it only part-time, spending his weekdays in New York City where he works as an ad executive, Ridge, a self-proclaimed perfectionist, has settled into the simpler life for good.

But the couple has found out it's not so simple as they tackle raising 80 goats, two pigs, a dozen chickens and a narcissistic llama on the Beekman farm.

Speaking to celebrity newssite Greg In Hollywood, Ridge said the cameras “compress every bit of arguing and passion that we have as a couple into 24 hours.”

“I think [in] every episode, people will see a bit of themselves in it because it's a personal relationship and a professional relationship,” he added.

“We've had actual complete acceptance,” Kilmer-Purcell said about the couple's conservative farming neighbors. “A neighbor's a neighbor's a neighbor. You don't have a conservative neighbor or a liberal neighbor. You have someone who can help you when you need help and who you can help.”