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"There's two different types of people," Miller says from his office in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
"There's people in the major cities in the corporate rat race.
Most dating sites have complex mathematical formulas behind their matchmaking questionnaires.
And they feel compelled to remind women that farm houses are nothing to billionaire Ted Turner’s Montana ranch.The ads end with the words, “City folks just don’t get it.” Times have changed.Farmers Only calculates that five percent of site members are city folks willing to move and share the country life with the right farmer, and that percentage is growing.But if she needs a university or Starbucks to fuel her creativity, the nearest city that has both is 200 miles away.Geography can pose a challenge, so Miller tries to make Farmers Only a place where members can find social solace even if they’re not finding dates.