Single Out Country Singles

21 04 2011

We all know about the big ones: E-Harmony and But what if your criteria are even more precise than the 29 proven dimensions of compatibility? What if you want a cowboy rather than a city boy? What if you want “the farmer’s daughter?”

These are dating needs E-Harmony and simply cannot provide, at least not conveniently. Which is why Jerry Miller started, take a look, even if you are taken it is super interesting–recommend it to a friend!

It should be noted, this painting (American Gothic) was originally of a father and daughter... just FYI

The website states:

Instead of asking what your astrological sign is, at I ask if you raise or breed alpacas, horses, cattle, chickens, dogs, goats, rabbits, sheep, grow crops, or if you’re an organic farmer, student farmer, cowboy, cowgirl, or just a farmer wanna be! How many singles sites do that?

It goes on to say:

One farmer told me the story of her frustrations in trying to find her match. She thought trying online dating may be the answer and joined some of the big national online dating sites. What she found was that the city folks that dominated these online dating sites couldn’t relate to her lifestyle. They wanted to meet at 9:00 p.m. for a cup of coffee when she would typically be preparing (going to bed) for the next day, which started at 5:00 a.m. Caffeine at that hour was the last thing she needed!

My viewpoint:

Now my Dad is single and in the winter and summer this isn’t a problem, but I can definitely see lots of women not understanding the demands that the spring and fall bring. Dating on mother nature’s schedule is not acceptable to many. I can’t count the number of times I have heard “maybe if it rains…”

So if you are under mother nature’s thumb half the year, this dating website might be just the ticket! Now the only question left is will you till their farm or yours?




2 responses

28 04 2011

I LOVE this – what a great idea!! I am happily taken to an amazing country boy but I will be sure to pass this information along! Thanks!!

Sarah from The House That Ag Built

28 04 2011

Thanks so much for the comment, Sarah! I thought it was great idea too, if anyone doesn’t have time to search other their soul mate–it is farmers and ranchers!

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