Dating for ranchers

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I treated my disappointment with the hope that outside city limits there was a place—Farmland, America—where the cowboys were monogamous and the vegetable growers knew how to ask a girl out.

So I started asking farmers about their love lives with plans to write about what I found.

Some were in their 20s, young and searching, and some were much older.

Living in a small town and feeling like your dating options are running a bit thin?

You my dear are in a relationship with agriculture. Chances are you will want to go on frequent date nights and the chances are you will get plenty of date nights. If you get all gussied up and the tractor breaks down or the cows get out. There are so many different factors that could take away from alone time with your farmer.

Cherish the time together on the tractor, milking parlor, in the grain truck, feeding calves, chasing those naughty cows that got out, etc.

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