Muddy Matches makes an appearance in Lorna Sixsmith’s book entitled “Would You Marry a Farmer?”.
The passage about Muddy Matches says:
“You might think it is difficult to find a farmer on an online dating site, but there are many to choose from on Muddy Matches. It caters for men and women living in rural areas (in UK and Ireland). Designed for those looking to meet someone leading a “muddy boots” lifestyle, it seems to be asmaller and more personal dating website than others. Most of the men and women listed on it are involved in agriculture to some extent and are looking for someone with a similar passion for the great outdoors.”
Dating portal www.DatingAdvice.com featured a guest post by Muddy Matches dating blogger Heather about the pros and cons of choosing a niche dating website as well as the reason that you may wish to join both a niche online dating website and a large generic dating website.
Iain and Jane, who feature in this week’s Farmers Weekly, met on Muddy Matches in 2009 and have since gone on to get married. The couple open up to the Farmers Weekly journalist about their very own rural romance from their first date where the barman kept “shouting across the room to ask how the evening was going” to their “amazing wedding day”.
Click to read the full article about Iain and Jane’s rural romance in Farmers Weekly.
Marketing Week’s Nicola Smith spoke to Muddy Matches about how companies use data and how Muddy Matches protects members details by not allowing people to reveal too much information about themselves on their profile.
This week’s issue of Farmers Weekly features rural couple Rupert and Clare who met on Muddy Matches in 2012.
When the Farmers Weekly reporter asked Rupert if rural people are more romantic than urban people he said: “I challenge any urbanite to see your other half knee high in dung one minute then bath and bed the next.”
Asked what love is, Clare replied “A feeling that all can be overcome, as long as you are together”.