Farming – Loving What You Do and Finding The One You Love

 

Valentine’s Day History

People do not often think of how St. Valentine became associated with love and romance or how more than 62% of Americans came to celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14th.

Valentine’s Day dates all the way back to a Roman fertility festival that was held in mid-February; it was later taken over by the church and named after St. Valentine. There is little information or records on which St. Valentine the Day was named after because, at the time, there was more than one cleric within the church with that last name. 

In the 1300s, Valentine’s Day became associated with love and romance, and the first written Valentine’s Day greetings appeared in the 15th century. By the 17th century, people in Great Britain began the tradition of exchanging Valentine’s Day cards, or letters and the first mail-posted Valentine on record were in 1806. Leading the way to the first mass-produced Valentine’s Day card being made in the 1840s. It is estimated that today 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are sent each year.

As part of the tradition, more than half of Americans celebrate by giving greeting cards and flowers, candy or other gifts, having romantic dinners, or some combination of these.

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How will you celebrate the day?


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Dating is not for the faint of heart, no matter what you do for an occupation. However, there are challenges with some careers that can inhibit finding that someone special.


Farming is a lifestyle, and most people might not be able to relate to working seven days a week at odd times, living in remote locations, wrestling with Mother Nature, and an ever-fluctuating market.

But the good news is you don’t have to do it alone.

When living in small communities, it is not always easy to meet someone new. Just like YieldOrganic opens up your market access to areas all across the United States and beyond when selling organic crops, online dating sites can open up your access to dating beyond your local community.

Bringing people together is a benefit of working with YieldOrganic. We are an online Ag Marketplace that helps provide you with connections to Non-GMO, Organic, and Regenerative producers and buyers in the market. We are not a dating site, and we leave that up to the experts like FarmersOnly.com.

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It’s Valentine’s Day! Take a moment and do something for you.

Connecting with farmers doesn’t have to be difficult. Overall, the following are the top two farmer dating websites on the web: Farmers Only & Farmers Dating Site, let’s take a look at them:

www.farmersonly.com

FarmersOnly.com is the longest established farmer only dating website launched in 2005. If you haven’t seen their videos, they are pretty funny, and their story was told on the Nightly News.

Check out the Farmers Only success stories. https://farmersonly.dating/category/success-story/



www.farmersdatingsite.com

If You’re a Farmer or Love the Farming Lifestyle, You’ll be Right at Home at Farmers Dating Site! 


Check out their dating tips 

http://blog.farmersdatingsite.com



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