At Muddy Matches we have over 200,000 members from the UK and Ireland who all have one thing in common: they love the countryside!
So if you’re single and looking for someone who’s not averse to a bit of mud, we’re the site for you.
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.
I had to immediately grab my computer to see if it was real. Some folks grow other things in varying quantities that may or may not be legal in their state; do they count as farmers?
Now, I have nothing against farmers, but I do have a few questions: What is the definition of a farmer? How can the degree and depth of the farming be confirmed?
is an online community for those who live, work, or play in the countryside: Equestrian singles, horse & country sports lovers, farmers, farriers, vets and all rural romantics can find countryside love and friendship here in the original Love Horse®.
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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, with a four-year-old stepdaughter and a new baby on the way.
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