For over 16 years Country Living Magazine has been bringing together people of all ages to share their love of the countryside.
He definitely wants a family in the future and knows he'll be a super dad, but at the moment thinks he might spend a bit too much time around cows.
Presiding over a 250-acre sheep and beef farm keeps Christine pretty busy but she's a true romantic at heart.
Equine Vet and horse-lover Heather lives in a farmhouse on the site of her veterinary practice - no wonder she works around the clock.
As she is an elegant 6ft tall, her ideal man must be on a level with her and also enjoy the outdoors. Dairy farmer Ed uses a Segway when milking his cattle.
So now we have brought our successful formula on-line to offer you, wherever you live, the chance to connect with like-minded country lovers.
This is the site for you whether you are country-based or a city-dweller who loves gardening, walking, fishing, riding or any other country hobby.
“It’s Tinder for country types,” she explains, likening it to the cult dating app that connects users and allows them (anonymously, thank goodness) to “like” or “reject” after seeing someone’s profile picture.
Lindsay tried networking the traditional country way – attending rural events such as the Sheep Dog Trials at Northleach in Gloucestershire, but she struggled to persuade her London friends to accompany her, and when she did, the group never met anyone new.
Since then, through the series in the magazine and the BAFTA nominated TV show, we have been bringing together happy couples across the country.
And we have an impressive track record of over 18 marriages and 24 babies born as a result of the couples who met through the campaign!
Determined to settle down with a rural type, Lindsay Lyon, who works in London and lives in Buckinghamshire, has joined rural dating site Muddy Matches.