Transcript for Farmer's Market: Searching for Love This Valentine's Day
ABC's and nightline down on the farm. Reporter: 26-year-old Astin is sick of being single in the city. Always think this could be the one. And then it's like another one bites the dust. Reporter: She's over city boys who have broken her heart I'm looking for someone down to Earth and grounded. And she's ready to take drastic measures to meet Mr. Right. I would find it very fun to sit on a bail of hay and look at the stars and lose myself in conversation with a guy. Reporter: She is about to drive 160 miles to Nebraska in the hopes of falling in love with 29-year-old farmer Joe. "Duck dynasty" cute. He also kind of has this Johnny cash about him. Cheers to your date. My name is Joe and I have been between mead and Nebraska. I sent you're cute and he replied, well, you're pretty easy on the eyes as well. I never put boots on for a date. Reporter: Then a knock at the door. Then a knock at the door. Hey, how are you. I'm good. Reporter: On their first date they get right to it, feeding the cows. Hauling hay I think I'm a little -- Reporter: And breaking the ice the way you do on a farm. Can I hit some ice, too? Go for it. Oh, my gosh. Reporter: When we check in, this match may just be working. How is it going so far? Good. Yeah. She's actually curious. She's not like the typical city girls. I'm used to. He'll helped me up and down if I'm getting off the tractor. He put his hand out for me. Little things like that are nice. Reporter: Then Joe pulls a move no city boy could match. He introduces her to his babies. Come on, baby. Reporter: A man in his element and a city girl who has kissed her share of frogs but might have finally found her prince on the farm. Just adorable. I love it. By the way in addition to being Valentine's weekend, it's also her bitter day. When we checked in. She's still on the farm. Happy birthday.
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