Rural online dating sites
But online dating shouldn't be territory reserved exclusively for the benefit of city dwellers.
For now, there are a variety of different factors that make the realm of online dating particularly challenging for farmers.
But, she remains hopeful that she'll meet a "dashing and single human who lives relatively nearby".
The good old fashioned organic route to finding love is still proving most successful for those in the farming community.
Most of her Tinder matches happened when she made her way back into the city to work or see friends.
She's now living with her current boyfriend, who she met in a bar and "bewitched" into moving to her area.
Mark ended up meeting his current girlfriend at a wedding when she interrupted him trying to tackle a cold and very tough beef sandwich.
"I tell everyone we met online though so they don't think we're weird." Farmers are unique in the respect that it's more difficult to move location because of the nature of their work and they can't really travel in search of a partner.
After four years of college in Massachusetts, I spent a mostly single half-decade in Manhattan dating people from every borough -- but it wasn't until I moved 350 miles away to the absolute middle of nowhere that I found a dating culture richer, more fun, and far more enjoyable than anything Manhattan had to offer."It turned out I'd bought a tractor from her father the year before as he was the local sales rep for a machinery dealer," says Mark.He felt obliged to be nice, so he stuck it out for two and a half hours.She didn't believe me and thought it was a ridiculous excuse," says Eli.The main problem, he says, is that many people have a preconceived idea that all farmers are "old and bald" so they don't believe that he's a beef farmer at his age.
"I haven't spoken to her or her father since." The fun and games didn't end there though.