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Hook up at the races this weekend with new dating app

Mia Ryan will be at Lightning Ridge and Bourke Races this weekend promoting her farmers sating app called ‘Howdy’. Photo contributed

Scroll, don’t swipe – that’s the advice from a new farmer dating app called “Howdy.”

It’s gaining popularity, and you can find out all about it at the Lightning Ridge and Bourke Races this weekend.

If you are a farmer, ringer, agronomist, chopper pilot, bush mechanic, flying vet or anyone else who lives in rural Australia and you’re looking to match with a special someone from Walkabout Creek to Woollahra or from Bondi to Back O’ Bourke, then the new dating app “Howdy” could just be what you are looking for.

According to the latest Bureau of Statistics data, some metro areas are experiencing an extreme man drought, with just 82 men for every 100 women in the Sydney suburb of Woollahra, while in the Riverina town of Junee in southern NSW, there are 137 men for every 100 women.

Enter a new dating app which was founded by Hunter-based entrepreneur Mia Ryan.

“I’ve lived in rural Australia my whole life and seen firsthand how tough it is to find a partner when you live remotely,” Mia said.{…]

Read more in the printed edition of The Western Herald.

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