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A new app created by farmers in England is available for mobile download now, and combines the titillation of Tinder and the mustiness of Farmers Only. Tudder is a thing now.

A new app now allows UK farmers to scroll through galleries of livestock with the idea of finding suitable breeding matches. The app is currently available on Google Play, and was released for download on February 5, 2019.

The idea was thought up by the same people that brought the UK the website sellmylivestock.co.uk/,  which bills itself as the "#1 Online Feeding And Breeding Marketplace."  More than 43,000 farmers in the UK apparently use the website to unload their livestock for purposes of breeding.

The creation of this cattle courting software got me thinking about the potential benefits for Idaho farmers. I'm thinking an app such as this one could not only facilitate the process of selling and breeding livestock, but could also act as a good networking platform for farmers statewide.

What do you think about this new app?