Rural dating

Presumably dreamed up while founder Derek Ma was out harvesting the amber waves of green in Silicon Valley, Farmers Match aims to connect “rural singles” and people who want to “meet country singles.” And its website is host to a whole bunch of “Farmers Match was founded because we want to make dating easier for farmers and country singles who may not be interested in using all the latest technology.

We know that your life is busy with hard work and long days, so we developed our app to fit into your lifestyle.

Farmers Match was Miller’s solution to the interpersonal specifics that plagued rural singles.

a remarkably touching piece for Mashable on the perils facing farmers trying to find a partner who will understand the hours that kind of work requires, and the many strange scenarios that might arise on date night (like trying to find a needle in a All the intangibles that stymie urban daters—chemistry, viability—are multiplied for farmers, whose concerns, by virtue of vocation, are often more concrete.

You’ll get a call from one of our matchmakers if we have the perfect match for you!

I wouldn’t consider myself a country girl, but I’d say I have a few traits. I’ve listened to legends like Conway Twitty and George Strait since I was a kid. It’s a way of life that some can’t relate to and never will, which can make looking for love difficult.

When designing this app, Farmers Match were very mindful of the fact that not every rural worker / resident is a bang up-to-date technocrat.

Living in a small town and feeling like your dating options are running a bit thin?

Our matchmakers are excellent networkers with proven success in their methods of analyzing compatibility.

Allow us to network in your area and help you to find the perfect match. No matter where you live, we can help to introduce you to your future happily ever after.

In fact, she grew up in rural Minnesota herself (that’s her in the picture)!

“I grew up in an area three miles from a small town with a population of 600.

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