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When a match works out well, members tend to let their -a-month (-a-year) memberships lapse, but occasionally a couple will e-mail Miller gushing about their wedding.“I met Brian last September 8 on Farmers Only,” Lisa Mc Gregor of Shady Shores, southeast of Denton, wrote Miller. Brian and I are a perfect match, and we knew it almost from the start.” At 50, Mc Gregor, an administrative assistant at a Denton hospital, had never married.She lives 19 miles away, four miles outside of Slaton, population about 6,100, and gets her power from South Plains Electric Cooperative.

Despite the name, Farmers isn’t just for farmers, Miller notes.

The more than 100 marriages from his site that he’s been able to confirm include one between a rancher and a small-town schoolteacher.

“I’ve learned that everyone is entirely different, but I do think that what people put in their profiles is what they really want.” His longest Internet-sparked relationship lasted several years but ended because the woman wanted to get married and he didn’t—a preference he’d made clear on his posted profile.

Another decided she didn’t even want to meet him in person because she was turned off by his love of reading, especially his fondness for historical nonfiction.

Although Darice Russell, divorced and 48, has yet to meet her perfect match, she’s been a happy Farmers member for 2 1/2 years.

Russell works for AT&T in Lubbock doing computer-assisted design.

More than once, Cooper has had an initially promising romance fold when his potential partner found that she didn’t like country living.

He would meet a woman from Houston, Beaumont or those cities’ suburbs.

In 2005, three years after losing his wife of 46 years to colon cancer, the retired petroleum geologist had relocated from Houston to the East Texas Piney Woods, on Sam Houston Electric Cooperative lines, where he built a house from plans he found on the Internet.

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