Farmers only online dating
Nevertheless, Farmers currently has an estimated six million users and continues to grow.(The site surpassed 200,000 users in 2012 and one million in 2014.) So why, we wondered, given the site's success, would Farmers Only bother to sponsor the parade? "Chris Mc Neil is a guy like me," Miller said, speaking of the parade's organizer and teeing up a line he'd use more than once in our subsequent conversations.Farmers Only, which now claims over 2 million members from the US and Canada credits its rapid growth to down-to-earth people who are looking to find like-minded matches.Members range from rural-loving city dwellers to real-life cowboys, ranch hands, and farmers.Jerry Miller, an agricultural marketer based in Ohio started the site in 2005 as a way to connect people living in isolated areas."When I started, it was a passion because I knew there was a need.That donation will eventually translate to 32,000 meals for hungry families in Northeast Ohio.And beyond that, the parade sponsorship was a valuable marketing opportunity.
We found that members tend to be more focused on traditional values than in finding a hottie.
Free Member's Features Like all the other paid sites we've reviewed, such as or e Harmony, Farmers encourages potential subscribers to: For less than .00 per month, members can subscribe for 3 months, or pay monthly for a 6 month commitment. Compared to other paid dating sites, we'd consider this downright awesome.
Farmers Only is a great niche site for anyone who prefers rural living and agrarian or farming lifestyles.
We'd contacted Farmers after Rovell's tweet in an effort to confirm the site's location and were surprised to be put in touch, almost immediately, with the site's founder.
"The other half have never been on a computer," he said.Farmers Only has no such issue; the 50 crowd are as well represented as the young bucks.And, like real life, members run the gamut from buff and svelte to plump and pudgy.NEW YORK TIMES - Apr 11 - NY Times interviewed Jerry Miller, the founder of Farmers Only.com, a website that is not just for farmers, but those who understand "country living"; Meredith Davis, head of communications at The League; Gourav Rakshit, the CEO of Shaadi.com, which targets people with a South Asian background who are interested in marriage; and Helen Fisher, the chief science adviser for