Have You Ever Used an Online Dating Website to Find a Farming Spouse?

Photo Courtesy of FarmersOnly.com

This week in the Globe and Mail, there a feature piece on the niche dating site FarmersOnly.com.  With 1 in 5 couples finding each other online, dating sites are in major growth mode.  Farmers are no different than the rest of the world, it can be difficult to find that special someone in today’s hectic life.


Whether it is to find people of common interests or you have trouble finding that special someone in your local pub, online dating provides many benefits and features that could increase your chance of finding that special someone.

It would be interesting to know what your thoughts and experiences are in this area.  We don’t want any spicy details but just your thoughts on using this kind of online tool to assist in the romantic side of your life.   Have you ever used an online dating website to find a farming spouse or partner?

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Shaun Haney

Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. He creates content regularly and hosts RealAg Radio on Rural Radio 147 every weekday at 4PM est.



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One Comment

Frank Schlichting

Why waste money on paid websites ? Go to Plentyoffish.com it is free and it has more users than all the other paid sites combined. Never heard of it…….well they don’t spend your money on advertisements.


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