Goals: 4 kids and a ranch in Montana

I was a farmer want to be in Chicago and my future husband was a farmer / rancher in a small town. I wanted out of the city, he wanted someone who wasn't his family. We started talking and he flew me out to Montana. And it was done! We have been together for 9 years married for 6. We have 4 beautiful children, and a beautiful home. Thanks FarmersOnly! - Jessica. Where are y'all from? Evan is from a small town in Montana, with a population of 61, and I'm from a suburb of Chicago, with a population of 68,000.

What did you do on your first date? Evan flew me to Montana and we want to check a fire on his ranch.

When did you know that he was the one? After our first weekend/date together.

How did he ask you to marry him? On a mountain at the back of his ranch, on the stars with a poem that he wrote.

What is your favorite thing about them? He's my polar opposite; I'm wired hot and he's my calm.

The Only Farmer For Me!

After being a member for three short months I met my husband through FarmersOnly.com in July of 2014. On our first date he took me to a hay field where we sat in the back of the truck and watched fireworks in five surrounding towns. We were married in June 2015 on my parent's farm in Indiana. I couldn't be more thankful to this site for helping me find my love and start on our life together. We now farm in rural Illinois where we milk cows and raise pigs and turkeys. Our lives together are filled with love and cows! If it weren't for FarmersOnly.com we never would have found each other, and I'm grateful everyday that we are together.

-Mandy
Ringwood, Illinois

I found my husband on farmersonly.com

I initially went on FarmersOnly just to see what it was about. I was fortunate enough to find my now husband. He was the 3rd person I had talked to, and ONLY one I met. We started talking in April 2013, met in May 2013, and I moved to be closer to him in October 2013. We just got married on October 25, 2015 and I couldn't be happier. This site was nice because you could browse and send a message without paying. But, if someone sent you a message you had to pay to see it. I am so glad I did.

-Rebecca
Ursa, IL