Dating web sites for farmers
Ken Sullivan is a fourth generation Almond farmer, the land has been in his family for 100 years.
Rebekah always knew she wanted to be a stay-at-home mother and had dreamt of ending up with a farmer.
The two have been married for a little over four years now and they have two daughters.
I had horrible experiences." So Welper went online to a dating website called Farmers Her profile picture -- a photo of herself with a cow -- left no doubt about whom she was hoping to meet. Kliebenstein, asked if it's hard for a dairy farmer to meet a girl, said, "Yeah, you don't exactly get out very much." The two began to see each other.Welper would travel nearly three hours on weekends to meet Kliebenstein at his farm in tiny Darlington, Wisconsin.Their dates were not exactly typical, instead of a bar or restaurant, they'd meet in the milking parlor.Welper said, "We'd always have the radio playing on in here so if a slow, sappy song would come on, we would like, slow dance with each other." Farmers was launched in 2005, after Ohio-based marketer Jerry Miller noticed a problem among some of his rural clients.