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FarmersOnly.com founder on why rural Americans need their own dating site
Cowboy dating commercial – Festival Vallenato
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Not one farm acquired for redistribution has been officially sub-divided, despite there being no legal barriers to doing so. Instead the country has overemphasised redistribution of large commercial farms as single operations. This severely limits the number of people who can benefit from land reform, not only in terms of ownership but also job creation and poverty reduction. A review is in order as the country contemplates improving its painfully slow land reform programme. Some estimates suggest that one million new jobs can be created in agriculture, and a large proportion of those must be in labour intensive enterprises in communal areas and land reform contexts. I have long argued that this ideal will be best served if small-scale, or smallholder black farmers become key beneficiaries of redistributive land reform in rural South Africa.
Single in the country? Online dating site for farmers comes to Canada
In case you haven't heard, there's an online dating site called Farmers Only, which boasts the tagline, "City folks just don't get it! By the way, that tagline's totally not fair to say because plenty of city folks like me were once country bumpkins themselves. Listen, I get it. And by "it" I mean a farmer's appeal.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. An online dating site called FarmersOnly promised to steer him clear of city slicker singles and hook him up with potential partners looking for a man just like him, one comfortable in cowboy boots and living life on the land. Two years later, the year-old electrician and cattle farmer is newly married to a horse-riding farm girl who won him over with her smile, with a four-year-old stepdaughter and a new baby on the way.