Rural farmers dating
Rural daters provide information, including gender, age, region, email address and a photo."After signing up, users just need to swipe to like or dislike for recommended matches.
If you're matched with or messaged by other members, Farmers Match lets you know."Ma said with Farmers Match and a smartphone, country single people could meet potential partners any where and any time."Whether you're in your truck, on a tractor or on a horse, you can be scrolling through potential matches. You may even meet your future partner in life."He said the app has no scammers and spammers."All profiles will not be active until we have approved them. In addition, users are able to report fake profiles to us.
An online dating site called Farmers Only promised to steer him clear of city slicker singles and hook him up with potential partners looking for a man just like him, one comfortable in cowboy boots and living life on the land.
Two years later, the 27-year-old electrician and cattle farmer is newly married to a horse-riding farm girl who won him over with her smile and he has a four-year-old step-daughter and a new baby on the way.
Generally, farmers live in small communities where everybody already knows everybody.
Let's face it, the sparks don't always fly with people you've known all your life and people on farms are busy."He said most rural areas finally had access to high-speed Internet today and the percentage of country people using mobile technology was rising each month.
In the end, a willingness to share those feelings is what creates a happy and secure relationship.
No amount of money, influence, power or education can give you that.
With more high-speed Internet available now in rural areas, Miller says many farmers look for love on the site with their cell phones while riding on their tractors.
It's an online love story that Farmers Only founder, Jerry Miller,is hoping to see more of in Canada."There's two different types of people," Miller says from his office in Pepper Pike, Ohio."There's people in the major cities in the corporate rat race.
And then there's people who are just more down to earth and easy-going and like to be outdoors more.
A wise man once told me, 'A man is someone who shows his emotions, a coward is someone who hides them.' It has never failed me and has brought me great success." How beautiful.
About 500 single New Zealanders are already members of the Farmers Match dating service which has only been going since March.