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2/27/2014 10:03:32 PM Farmersonly date site  
deletedqueen
Over 7,500 Posts!! (7,903)
Riverhead, NY
53, joined Mar. 2013


Anyone ever used it? If so and luck? It's a paid site but wondering if it's worth it...





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2/28/2014 5:14:20 PM Farmersonly date site  

sureshot40
Over 4,000 Posts! (4,889)
Drumright, OK
48, joined Apr. 2011


I have not used it but heard the local radio show talking about it. Some of thier friends have met and married people from the farmersonly site but none of them were actually farmers or even country people. Seems they have been over run with city people interested in meeting country folk. I guess if I lived in a major city, I would want out too.

3/1/2014 10:03:17 AM Farmersonly date site  
deletedqueen
Over 7,500 Posts!! (7,903)
Riverhead, NY
53, joined Mar. 2013


sureshot! Yes I noticed when browsing the site a lot of city slickers looking for country girls..smh.
Thanks for your post.

3/1/2014 4:50:39 PM Farmersonly date site  

countrytime40
Over 4,000 Posts! (6,600)
Stanford, KY
53, joined Jul. 2009


I was on it for a year but no luck. You can set up a profile for free but cannot email anyone. They show lots of local people but not many of them are paying members. I never found anyone in my state that was a paying member. There are very few paying member.

3/2/2014 8:48:48 AM Farmersonly date site  
littlebitkrz2
Augusta, GA
53, joined Apr. 2013


Quote from deletedqueen:
Anyone ever used it? If so and luck? It's a paid site but wondering if it's worth it...



Hey There!
Sorry for barging in
I met some really nice men
on that site ! The problem
for me was distance.
A few have Horses that run events
in Aiken witch is farely close..
Some come to Shooting or Fishing events
Down this way..
I have actually met a few from Your neck
of the woods!That tournament fish..
The ones I met seemed decent respectful
and hard working
And wanting a "REAL RELATIONSHIP"
I have three more years of school
I'm not going anywhere until I finnish..
But you should try it for a short time
and see what you think? Nothing ventured,Nothing gained

3/4/2014 6:45:05 PM Farmersonly date site  

jpoppyw
Over 4,000 Posts! (4,920)
Elizabeth, IN
58, joined Jul. 2009


I joined that sight thinking I would find someone around here with like interests and who actually was real country as I am but the couple I met from there are in no way farmers or ranchers or anything like what they professed. And peoples, for the record, just because you own 1 chicken does not make you country or a farmer. I cancelled my membership. Was not worth paying for.

3/7/2014 8:39:07 PM Farmersonly date site  
agooddaddy10
Over 2,000 Posts (2,362)
Liberty, KY
53, joined Aug. 2010


Sounds as if it's a waste in Kentucky for sure.
Funny how city folks yearn for what they presume to be "the country" and once they get here, they can't stay off their phone (and subsequently b*tching that we don't have enough signal for their Cricket/Virgin/straight talk devices), won't shut up about "dang, you sure are out in the country" or "it's HOW far to WalMart?", pointing out that there's cow shit in the cow field, that it's 1/4 mile to the nearest neighbor and *gasp* that we're in a DRY county!?!
Wanna-bes are boring.

3/10/2014 9:57:58 AM Farmersonly date site  
bikeschevyjdgir
Greensburg, KY
53, joined Sep. 2012


Was on one Farmers dating site, but no luck!

I yearned for the good ole days of growing up on, spending time with, and visiting my grandparents and families farms of 100 to 200 plus acres. At least they had cattle, cats, dogs, chickens, horses, mules, pigs, and/or other various farm animals. Plus they raised gardens, hay, tobacco, and/or other various crops.

Families, friends, and neighbors were more friendlier, polite, and respectful of each other. Not all upitty with their noses in the air acting better than, holier than thou, etc.

3/10/2014 2:04:47 PM Farmersonly date site  

kathysmith
Over 1,000 Posts (1,737)
Fort Lauderdale, FL
55, joined Jun. 2010


Been on that site for years! Most are just looking for a hookup! Which is a waste of time for me! It's sad there no decent folks anymore looking for platonic friendship or a serious long term relationship that leads to marriage!

3/10/2014 3:03:32 PM Farmersonly date site  

sureshot40
Over 4,000 Posts! (4,889)
Drumright, OK
48, joined Apr. 2011


Quote from bikeschevyjdgir:


Families, friends, and neighbors were more friendlier, polite, and respectful of each other. Not all upitty with their noses in the air acting better than, holier than thou, etc.


Thats for sure. I had a friend from the city come down for a week. The first thing he b*tched about was the dirt roads but he soon noticed everyone waved or hollerd hey when they went by and many were teaching thier children to drive. He know says people around here are dirt road friendly.

3/11/2014 12:58:32 PM Farmersonly date site  

okdazie
Over 1,000 Posts (1,113)
Chandler, OK
60, joined Oct. 2013




3/12/2014 12:55:44 AM Farmersonly date site  

saddestangel7
Over 2,000 Posts (3,775)
Santa Clara, CA
55, joined Apr. 2011


Problem I've found is that many of those sites have such a low membership considering we're talking the entire USA. That means slim pickins locally. Of course, like all dating sites there are more men seeking sex verses a relationship.

3/12/2014 2:08:41 AM Farmersonly date site  

hugandakiss_xo
Over 7,500 Posts!! (7,607)
Merritt, NC
63, joined Jul. 2011


I tried it for about a week..
no good

3/21/2014 8:21:46 PM Farmersonly date site  
c2j2012
Holt, MI
36, joined Apr. 2013


Quote from saddestangel7:
Problem I've found is that many of those sites have such a low membership considering we're talking the entire USA. That means slim pickins locally. Of course, like all dating sites there are more men seeking sex verses a relationship.


This.

I tried out the freebie sign up on the site. Most of my "matches" are several hundred miles away. Very little locally.

3/22/2014 6:04:12 PM Farmersonly date site  
starsmoonlit
Carroll, IA
62, joined Sep. 2011


I did this site and it wasn't worth it! Il was on it for about a year. I found that they really weren't from the country but lived in the city or towns. I didn't have any luck and I actually had some crude sexual remarks made my one of its members in regards to horses.

3/30/2014 7:03:33 AM Farmersonly date site  
keebler3
Over 4,000 Posts! (5,962)
Phenix, VA
74, joined Dec. 2009


Thanks to all for the comments, You all saved me the time,I was going to check iy out.
have a great Day raining here .
keeb.

4/16/2014 5:12:53 AM Farmersonly date site  

midnighthunder
Rural Retreat, VA
42, joined Dec. 2012


Yes. Its like anything else. If its free, then there are fake profiles & scammers on there, & if you pay for it then you just waste your money. Either way its a lose lose situation. I have been back on here for over a year & all i see are fake. I havent seen 1 yet that has any truth in it. Prove me that im wrong

4/17/2014 7:44:59 AM Farmersonly date site  

jrbogie1949
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (13,851)
Ventura, CA
68, joined Mar. 2009


i found a farmer gal on here. her profile said she owned some five hundred acres in a beautiful part of the country with a nice farm house, tractor, big barn, a few horses, some cows, chickens. she looked really hot on one of her horses and talked about what a nice, loving, caring and sensuous person she was. so i sent her a message asking her for a picture of her tractor and she's had me blocked ever since.

4/17/2014 10:29:49 AM Farmersonly date site  

stargazzer
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (25,360)
Creighton, NE
69, joined Feb. 2007


I'm guessing that she was both smart and real.

4/17/2014 8:49:09 PM Farmersonly date site  

midnighthunder
Rural Retreat, VA
42, joined Dec. 2012


Quote from c2j2012:
This.

I tried out the freebie sign up on the site. Most of my "matches" are several hundred miles away. Very little locally.
these people that run these sites seem that the distance is not far. I argued with a custumer service rep from match once & told him that he was using air miles for distsnce

4/27/2014 6:50:39 PM Farmersonly date site  

bluecougareyes
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (27,737)
Chelan, WA
73, joined Nov. 2008


Quote from deletedqueen:
sureshot! Yes I noticed when browsing the site a lot of city slickers looking for country girls..smh.
Thanks for your post.

.
.. Queenee.. How goes IT ?

I have a profile on "Farmersonly" date site.. ( named "Bluecogareyes" )
But it cost about $20 a month to send e-mails... YIKESSS !

I don't mind a sweet city girl if she's truly in love with me and wants the country life... making a change can be a good thing ..YEAH !!

Love is what it's REALLY all about.....

I lived in cities ones too... but made a change for the better.. Living way back here in the wild western state of WA. now.

PS: I have to say: Their are way more country nature woman, cowgirls, cattle ranches, farmers, artists country girls, organic farmers, sheep farmers, chicken farmers and a lot more.. On "Farmersonly" WOW ! ,

,

6/1/2014 7:36:45 AM Farmersonly date site  
cfgirlatheart
Wood Lake, MN
35, joined Nov. 2012


Quote from kathysmith:
Been on that site for years! Most are just looking for a hookup! Which is a waste of time for me! It's sad there no decent folks anymore looking for platonic friendship or a serious long term relationship that leads to marriage!



I have to agree I am wanting long term not one night.

8/27/2014 6:53:21 PM Farmersonly date site  

wandaallen64
Over 4,000 Posts! (6,324)
Hot Springs National Park, AR
43, joined Apr. 2013


Quote from sureshot40:
I have not used it but heard the local radio show talking about it. Some of thier friends have met and married people from the farmersonly site but none of them were actually farmers or even country people. Seems they have been over run with city people interested in meeting country folk. I guess if I lived in a major city, I would want out too.
most city looking for country

8/28/2014 8:28:42 PM Farmersonly date site  
cupocheer
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (279,166)
Assumption, IL
68, joined May. 2010


most country looking

1/21/2015 2:10:12 PM Farmersonly date site  

txcountrymedic
Over 1,000 Posts (1,382)
Pleasanton, TX
39, joined Mar. 2014


Thanks for the posts. That site sounds alot like this one. So whats the point paying for it.

2/21/2015 12:09:20 AM Farmersonly date site  
heatherlm1979
Wise, VA
38, joined Jan. 2015


Quote from agooddaddy10:
Sounds as if it's a waste in Kentucky for sure.
Funny how city folks yearn for what they presume to be "the country" and once they get here, they can't stay off their phone (and subsequently b*tching that we don't have enough signal for their Cricket/Virgin/straight talk devices), won't shut up about "dang, you sure are out in the country" or "it's HOW far to WalMart?", pointing out that there's cow shit in the cow field, that it's 1/4 mile to the nearest neighbor and *gasp* that we're in a DRY county!?!
Wann??a-bes are boring.


2/21/2015 10:56:22 AM Farmersonly date site  
unlucky_man
Over 1,000 Posts (1,701)
Sherrill, AR
57, joined Nov. 2014


My two dogs had better luck on there than I ever did
I lasted about a year on there before I finally gave up.

2/24/2015 5:22:44 PM Farmersonly date site  
anitalg
Bastrop, TX
52, joined Sep. 2013


I was on there as a paid member a few years ago while living in Wis. Talked to some guys that turned out to be kind of strange, to say the least. But I did make a really good friend on there too.

2/24/2015 5:25:21 PM Farmersonly date site  
anitalg
Bastrop, TX
52, joined Sep. 2013


I am on there now as a nonpaying member. I wish I could find a farmer or rancher on here in my area. Seems like most men live in cities.

2/24/2015 6:21:01 PM Farmersonly date site  
kygurl42
Roundhill, KY
64, joined Dec. 2008


I'm on FO as a non paying customer. All I ever see on that site is city people. I feel like they have probably romanticized about country life, and don't see the realities of hard work,etc.

3/4/2015 8:56:15 PM Farmersonly date site  
mysterydrifter2
Over 1,000 Posts (1,263)
Denton, TX
98, joined Jan. 2012


Well, I had joined that exclusive dating site, "City Slickers Only". What a waste of time! Nothing but Farmers & Ranchers....

3/22/2015 11:04:59 PM Farmersonly date site  
anitalg
Bastrop, TX
52, joined Sep. 2013


Ha ha ha ha!!

4/29/2015 9:07:08 PM Farmersonly date site  

bluecougareyes
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (27,737)
Chelan, WA
73, joined Nov. 2008


Quote from anitalg:
I am on there now as a nonpaying member. I wish I could find a farmer or rancher on here in my area. Seems like most men live in cities.

,



There are plenty ( mostly ) of real farmers, rancher, cattle owners, hay farmers, gardener, etc. and just lots of good country folks.
Yeah.. some from city and towns too. take your pick.


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5/3/2015 11:51:42 PM Farmersonly date site  
irenes_shadow40
Conway, AR
77, joined Nov. 2013


well I`m country , and joined the farmers only site as a non paying,, didn't take me long to figure out I didn't belong there, to many wanna be country guys.They would know horse shit from bull shit.

5/3/2015 11:52:32 PM Farmersonly date site  
irenes_shadow40
Conway, AR
77, joined Nov. 2013


that was , wouldn't know.

5/4/2015 9:19:28 PM Farmersonly date site  
kisslunda
Reedsburg, WI
51, joined Jan. 2014




5/18/2015 10:04:52 PM Farmersonly date site  
mysterydrifter2
Over 1,000 Posts (1,263)
Denton, TX
98, joined Jan. 2012


Well, did ya know that a cow chip was the model for the Frisbee? (There might be an outside chance I'm making that one up! ) But the cow chip was the Redneck Frisbee. And since women were always taking our money, we didn't tip waitresses, we tipped cows. Also, dried cow manure burns hotter and longer for a warming campfire when wood isn't available. PLUS, the smoke is great for keeping mosquitoes away; not to mention a woman's mood! Have you ever went camping with a City Slicker and after a few drinks, you watch them mistake dried horse droppings for meatballs and mix 'em in with their spaghetti! Geeze, anyone knows that a cow chip will cover your place so you can't eat the spaghetti!

5/31/2015 2:51:06 PM Farmersonly date site  

noprudesbaby
Over 1,000 Posts (1,996)
Palm Desert, CA
62, joined Apr. 2014


Quote from deletedqueen:
Anyone ever used it? If so and luck? It's a paid site but wondering if it's worth it...


I was on the site after signing up for 90 days used my credit card Paid the $39.95 price,
Only was able to send and receive messages for TWO days...then it all came to a stop... no sending or receiving... messages..

NO friggin warning...NOTHING...
Complained thru the automated service over and over and each day THAT DAMN message kept saying ...someone will get in touch with you... BLAH...
GOOD luck trying to speak to SUPERVISOR.., or MANAGEMENT ....

THERE IS ONLY ONE PHONE NUMBER I FOUND AND IT WAS THE ""BILLING" NUMBER ON MY bANKING STATEMENT THANK GOODNESS.. There are no phone number on the site for you to call or contact ANY Management people..

THe Billing dept cannot help you ...they only insist that they will tell someone about your dilemma... and a Supervisor NOEVER NEVER calls...!

THE SITE SUCKS...and I merely wanted to meet a Country GIRL who loves ANimals, outdoors, farming etc...

KEEP your Money from them jerks!
CARL~~

7/18/2015 4:41:39 AM Farmersonly date site  

k_tothe_c
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (23,743)
Las Vegas, NV
47, joined Dec. 2008


That site is a joke. The commercials say it all.

7/19/2015 8:36:11 AM Farmersonly date site  

janet5360
Pittsburgh, PA
64, joined Dec. 2013


So you come to datehookup? What for? Lots of confusion why anyone would object that people from the city connect. Are you looking for a ranch hand or a partner? Don't be insulted unless you are an exclusive site paid for or not.

10/7/2015 9:46:45 PM Farmersonly date site  

catchmeagain1
Sylacauga, AL
43, joined Dec. 2012


I also didn't have any luck.

10/14/2015 7:10:26 AM Farmersonly date site  
idliketotalk
Over 10,000 Posts!!! (13,105)
Punxsutawney, PA
55, joined Oct. 2013


A farmer buddy of mine used the site and met a non-farmer nurse lady who was interested in meeting a farmer. They live about 100 miles from each other.

It worked for them, they are now engaged to be married and seem very happy with each other. They are both near 50 and neither have ever been married and neither have any children.