Farmer Gift Guide: Christmas Edition

Christmas is just a few weeks away and it's crunch time for all you last minute shoppers out there! So what in the world do you get for the farmer in your life? Male or female, here are some ideas for gifts!

Does your farmer live and breathe your state? Why not get him/her a customized state cutting board!


Source: Etsy


Need a new hat or t-shirt? Pink Tractor has you covered!


Source: Pink Tractor


What's cuter than a tractor cookie cutter? Perfect for the farmer/cook in your life!


Source: Amazon


 A quality work shirt is perfect for any guy or gal.


Source: Duluth Trading Co.


Perfect apron for the cattle farmer (or anyone who owns a grill!)


Source: Bed, Bath & Beyond


Inspirational quotes don't get any better than "So God Made A Farmer." There are tons of options, but we like this framed photo!


Source: Etsy


For anyone who has had lunch in a combine! This tactical lunch box is an awesome way to keep that lunch from morning til noon!


Source: Think Geek


Whether she is out in the field or fashionably country, Ariat boots are the perfect fit for any farm gal!


Source: Pink Tractor


A perfect gift for anyone who harvests, rinses, or drains veggies!




A multi-tool for the truck, toolbox or tractor. Wherever you need it!


Source: L.L. Bean

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