Christmas list: Week one

As we round out the end of November, a lot of us are starting to think about Christmas gifts. We want to make it easier on you this year, so we have put together a few lists of great gifts to get the farmer or agriculture enthusiast in your life.

Here are our top five gifts for the week:

These are adorable French Chicken hand towels for the cook in your life.

towels

$7.95 at Sur la Table.

 

The tractor enthusiast in your life would definitely enjoy an Antique Tractor Calendar.

calendar

$10 at Fastline.com.

 

The Farmer's Cookbook by Marie W. Lawrence is an awesome guide to meat, cheese, bread and more.

fcookbook

$17 on Amazon.

 

This is a perfect first aid kit for the farmer in your life. It's got more than just band-aids! It's everything you need in your truck or tractor in case of emergency.

ffirst

$40 on Successful Farming's web store.

 

Last of our list this week is a heated ice scraper! You can use this for any number of vehicles!

ice

 $15 on Boscovs.com.

 

We will have more to come over the next few weeks! If you have your own recommendations, send them our way by emailing info@pinktractor.com.

Happy shopping!

 

 

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