I think you may be underestimating your calorie burn.
The standard assumption built into Spark is that a sedentary lifestyle burns about 20% in addition to your BMR. Depending on how hard you work it, being even a hobby farmer could burn an additional 10-20% beyond that.
Also, you may want to check some other calculators. 110 calories per mile running is feasible, but it sounds at the lower end, and is worth checking.
I agree with the suggestion of aiming at a slightly slower rate of weight loss in Spark, and then seeing what intake it recommends. Also, have you directly entered 2200 calories in Spark's Exercise Goals, rather than using their minutes/days method.
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