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"You could work at a restaurant, or the feed store, but are looking for someone who has those values."Users pay .95 per month, or .95 for six months, to find a like-minded match on the service.
(Online dating is a billion-dollar industry: More 40 million Americans used an online dating service in 2011.)Miller's done some marketing at farm shows and local television ads (like the one with talking animals below), but said the steady rise has been mainly from word-of-mouth.
The two have been married for a little over four years now and they have two daughters.
Ken Sullivan is a fourth generation Almond farmer, the land has been in his family for 100 years.
Rebekah always knew she wanted to be a stay-at-home mother and had dreamt of ending up with a farmer.
"I spent thousands of hours coaching people on how to use the site, send messages—even just teaching them how to upload their photos." (One user, Lyle from Kansas, would call him often, saying, "Jerry, I'm looking at my photo, I just can't figure out how to get it on there.")The site also had to wait for technology to catch up in rural towns, too.
"When we launched, everybody had phone modems," Miller said.
less Grace Sullivan, 3, left, collects eggs from the back of the family's chicken coop as her father Ken holds the case and her sister, Ruth, 1, December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif. more Ken Sullivan, 44, lifts his oldest daughter Grace, 3, out of one of his trucks as his wife Rebekah, 40, holds their youngest daughter, Ruth, 1, before the family walked back to the house from the orchard December 20, 2013 at their home in Orland, Calif.