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So instead of gussying up, she and her husband, Doug Vaske, hooked their extra plow to the tractor, dug the rig out of the snow and left it running in preparation for the newest onslaught of flurries. The idea that when you work in agriculture, every hour is a business hour. Or that when you have animals, your life revolves around feedings. Or that farmers are rarely bogged down by the boredom or malaise felt by their cubicle counterparts because, really, this is so much more than a job. Finding someone who not only enjoys that agrarian lifestyle, but embraces it, can be complicated, experts and rural singles said. As rural areas continue to lose populationthat dating pool is only going to contract more, she said.

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He sent me a flirt and gave me his. We talked and went on our first date. We always went on 4 wheeler rides and I ride with him in the tractor while doing field work. We've been dating for 2 and a half years. He proposed to me on June 11th and we are getting married on October 20, Manchester, Iowa. What did you do on your first date? He took me to dinner at the Sunset Family Restaurant in Manchester and we went 4 wheeling.

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When did you know that he was the one? We can talk about anything and always find something to laugh about. What is your favorite thing about them?

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His smile and he's always there when I need him. Congrats on your engagement Doug and Katie! We're so happy for you! The story actually begins in late I dated city folk. Guys with office jobs. Guys that never could understand the trials and tribulations of farm life. That was okay with me. Or so I thought. After college, I took a job selling cheese with a company based out of Wisconsin.

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My territory was in Iowa so I stuck pretty close to home. One day, a competing sales representative from another company bumped into me at a store. He asked if I wanted to go out. I agreed and off we went. He was lacking the morals and the character I was seeking in a partner. He was a nice enough guy, but not my style. At one point we were talking about where we grew up. I remember the exact quote.

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I had no idea what he was talking about. He said it was a farm dating site. Still, nothing. Still nothing. Well, part of that is because I barely watched television back then and the circles of people I hung with never talked about farming sites. Back then it seemed like you could see some profiles without being a member. I played around with it for a while and eventually a few months later, I ed up for a membership.

What struck me right away is that I was talking with guys on the site who seemed to have morals, character, and were different from what I had been finding. I started communicating with a guy a few miles away from where I was living. I figured my parents would really love this guy! We went out to a restaurant a few weeks later. He was a really nice guy, but so painfully boring. He basically listed all his assets as we sat there talking. I think I actually yawned.

Yes, he was nice and seemed to be a decent person, but at what cost? I began to wonder if this online dating thing was for me. As I drove the few miles home from the restaurant, there was a full moon. Where was the guy that was under that same moon who was looking for me? Maybe meeting someone in person is a better indicator if they are super boring. Furthermore, I have always been extremely picky in my dating life. I started to think even online dating couldn't bring me a guy that would be able to check the boxes of my nearly impossible high standards. I got home that night and saw a message on Farmersonly.

It was a guy from Wisconsin, named Matt. This particular guy intrigued me. My philosophy was that we should just meet in person and decide if we liked each other at all, otherwise we should move on. I thought that would be better than that last date that I had put a lot of time and energy into communicating only to not like him in person. This guy totally agreed. We set a date. He asked what type of food I liked and I said Italian. We were miles, or 4.

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We met in the middle for our date so we both drove a couple of hours to meet at a restaurant. I was there first. I had left too early. I thought for an important event like this, the guy should have left plenty of time! After all, he was meeting me! He drove an older, sensible car. I liked that. I hoped he was a frugal person. He was tall and broad and I liked his build. We had an awkward moment when he tried to hug me to say hello and I tried to shake his hand.

Anyway, we sat there, ate, and talked. He asked good questions and he seemed to be a really genuine person. We started to talk about what we did for work. He explained that besides dairy farming with his dad, he works off the farm. As we talked, I discovered he worked at a grocery store, where they sold WI cheese, of course, and he knew some of the people from my company. It was one of those moments where my ears really perked up because he understood my world. We talked about everything from religion to families to everything in between. After sitting at the restaurant for hours, we decided to have a change of scenery, so we went out for frozen yogurt and talked more.

We ended up sitting in his car around midnight still talking. I think we would have talked longer, but he had a contractor coming early in the morning to do work in their dairy barn and he still had over 2 hours to drive home. I felt safe with him, I felt comfortable, and I felt at home.

We hugged and had a long goodbye next to my car door. I was fine with hugging him then!

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I looked up at the moon as we hugged. There was a guy under the same moon looking for me. And here he was. The next weeks after meeting brought long phone conversations that lasted into the wee hours of the morning. We would talk for five or six or more hours at a time.

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Our record was a nine hour phone conversation lasting from 7pm-4am. Hearing all of that, one might ask what took us so long to get married.

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In a short answer, the distance. My parents would have just as soon seen me marry Mr. Boring than leave the state of Iowa.

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But sometimes, you have to follow what you know is best for you. We will be getting married in Iowa of course on September 30, Our wedding invitations even include a picture of our future farm. And now that I know what Farmersonly is, I recommend it to everyone I know! Now.

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