Dating farmers ranchers country folk
Country dating sites appeal to a certain kind of laid-back, old-school, tried-and true folk. My favorite food is Southern cooking, and, at most of the weddings I’ve attended, people wore cowboy boots — sometimes even including the bride and groom.
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. Country isn’t just a place or a genre — it’s a way of life that some can’t relate to and never will, which can make looking for love difficult.
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Farmers Only may have its target audience right in its name, but its user base isn't exclusively composed of farmers.
You can upload as many photos as you like, either through the site directly or by emailing them to [email protected]
If you send it to them, photo uploads may take up to a day.
It has reportedly made at least a hundred farmer marriages possible.
Membership numbers have been steadily doubling since 2013 and it has reached 4.5 million members nationwide.
According the Farmers Only blog, they are responsible for more than two marriages in the US every week.
As the name explains, the dating site is meant for farmers, ranchers, cowboys/girls, and animal lovers looking to meet, date, and hopefully, fall in love.
Setting themselves apart from the city-dwellers in "high heels, blue suits, and taxi cabs", Farmers Only came up with the tagline "City folks just don't get it! They went viral and were featured in the news for their goofy video commercial (which now has over a million views on Youtube), but it did help them gain 5 million members; most of whom came from the US.