less Ken Sullivan, 44, holds the door open for his oldest daughter Grace, 3, while also holding his youngest, Ruth, 1, as they enter the house for lunch December 20, 2013 at their Almond orchard in Orland, Calif. more 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.

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Both of them say they feel blessed to have found each other through the dating website, Farmer's Only.

less Rebekah and Ken Sullivan pictured with their daughters Ruth, 1, left, and Grace, 3, outside of the oldest barn on their property December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif. more Ken Sullivan, 44, washes his hands with his youngest daughter, Ruth, 1, while his oldest, Grace, 3, stands in the foreground before eating lunch as a family December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

Rebekah, her mother, always knew she wanted to be a stay-at-home mother and had dreamt of ending up with a farmer.

less Ruth Sullivan, 1, plays with one of the family cats, Fred, December 20, 2013 at her home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

For these rural dwellers, most often farmers and ranchers who have to travel hours to meet a single person with whom they are not related, finding love could be as elusive as searching for a needle in a haystack.

That's why Jerry Miller founded Farmers Only.com, an online dating service for agricultural types - or anyone with dreams of living in the boondocks and being a cowboy or a cowgirl.

less Ken Sullivan, 44, washes his hands with his youngest daughter, Ruth, 1, while his oldest, Grace, 3, stands in the foreground before eating lunch as a family December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in ...

more Ken Sullivan, 44, holds his youngest daughter, Ruth, 1, while also helping his oldest, Grace, 3, to put fresh eggs away in the fridge as his wife Rebekah, 40, left, removes a meatloaf from the oven for lunch December 20, 2013 at their home and Almond orchard in Orland, Calif.

Rebekah always knew she wanted to be a stay-at-home mother and had dreamt of ending up with a farmer.

The two have been married for a little over four years now and they have two daughters.

Her father, Ken Sullivan is a fourth generation Almond farmer, the land has been in his family for 100 years.