Top 10 gifts for farmers

Barn with Christmas wreath

(Updated December 2015)

If you need to get a Christmas gift for a farmer, look no further than these top 10 finds:


This one-of-a-kind tie can be customized with any image, but we thought this combine harvesting image was fitting. At $31.65, this tie is sure to be a favorite.


Especially useful for winter, this boot dryer is a perfect for the man or woman who works in the elements. It can hold two pairs of boots at a time in 1-3 hours.

A standard pocket knife is a great gift choice, especially for someone who will get a lot of use out of it. This two-blade knife costs $74.99.

This t-shirt’s design lets everyone know where you call home. This shirt costs $23.50.

Made by Craftsman, this work light features 24 LED bulbs and a 12-volt lithium ion battery. It’s handy and the perfect size for getting a better look at something. This work light is priced at $15.99.

This solar-powered automatic gate opener kit is made for a basic single swing gate. This gate opener should install in just a few hours.

Every farmer should have a tool kit for repairing machinery and equipment. For $53.99, this kit contains sockets, a socket extension, a ratchet, wrenches and a magnetic screwdriver with ten bits and ten hex keys.

This version takes an agricultural spin on the classic board game. Instead of buying residential properties and building houses and hotels, farmers purchase acres and put up red barns. It’s perfect for family game night at $26.95.

He’ll appreciate this insulated jacket that’s built for tough chores on the coldest of days and nights. This coat starts at $105.00.

This five-tray food dehydrator will preserve all sorts of food. Priced at $28.99, it’s a must for someone who enjoys venison jerky and dried fruits and vegetables.

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