Similar to dating apps like Bumble, Tinder, and Hinge, Maple Match has users set up a profile and begin looking through potential love interests.
But there's one key difference: Maple Match provides the option to include your citizenship and which citizenships you're looking to obtain.
With more high-speed Internet available now in rural areas, Miller says many farmers look for love on the site with their cell phones while riding on their tractors.
It's one of many niche dating sites that have popped up in North America in recent years.
It’s completely free to register create a profile and begin browsing profiles.
(Chris Jones/Canadian Press) An online dating site called Farmers Only promised to steer him clear of city slicker singles and hook him up with potential partners looking for a man just like him, one comfortable in cowboy boots and living life on the land.
"There's two different types of people," Miller says from his office in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
"There's people in the major cities in the corporate rat race.
Another is a twist on the American Gothic painting, with an older couple on a farm holding a heart-shaped balloon tied to their pitchfork, and the slogan: "City folk just don't get it." Chelsea Henderson, 29, had lived in every Western Canadian province and had enough of city boys before she headed home to her family's ranch near Pierson, Man.
After being an Internet dater for years, she tried Farmers Only and even travelled to Kansas and Indiana to meet a few possible mates.