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But here’s what I think going on a Farmer’s Only date is probably like.
One evening I was watching television with a friend when a commercial came on that I was convinced was a joke or a parody.
This dating website targeted a specific sector of the population—no, this wasn’t a commercial for Christian Mingle (the dating website for those of the Christian faith) or Our Time (the dating site for those over 55). He created the website to give others in the same position a chance to meet like minded individuals.
This commercial was targeting an even smaller niche: farmers. After all, as useful as websites like may be, there are thousands of people registered, most of whom may not be interested in the farming lifestyle. Miller felt that those who shared the same beliefs and lifestyle would appreciate a place they could meet others and dip their toes in the world of online dating in a way that wouldn’t be overwhelming.
American's are grateful for farmers, after all no farms means no food, but farmers get lonely.