Gifts Under $20 for Farmers

Looking to show your favorite farmer or gardener a little love this holiday season?

Here are some American made gift suggestions for the farmer-type in your life.

 Topo Designs Watch Cap


A wonderfully simple cap that will keep you warm. The idea around simplicity and the sense of connectedness with the outdoors is important to Topo Designs, their high quality products are made in Colorado.

Canning Jar Drinking Lid


Cuppow grew out of a need to develop everyday products that would help individuals decrease their own eco-footprint. Their lids are the solution for easier drinking from a canning jar! Cuppow lids are robust enough to last a lifetime of use, and is sourced from recycled stock of food-grade plastic. Only American options are used in their supply, manufacturing, and fulfillment; making it a 100% American made product.

Schaefer Wool Fingerless Gloves


These fingerless gloves can be used as a liner or worn separately, made of 85% wool and 15% nylon.  Schaefer is made in Texas using traditional craftsman methods in a family owned factory. Every garment is authentic and true to its purpose, crafted of hard-wearing, durable materials that are beautiful in their usefulness.

Hudson Standard
Apple Coriander Maple Shrub


Shrubs originate from a Colonial American tradition of blending 
fruit, spice, vinegar and sweetener to make a tart and delicious syrup.  All Hudson Standard shrubs use a base of organic apple cider vinegar from the Finger Lakes region of New York.  The apple coriander maple shrub is a delicious base for soda or cocktail; especially a hot toddy!

Owen & Fred Dirty Dog Soap


This soap contains charcoal which draws dirt, oil, and toxins from under the skin. The dirty dog soap is scented like an old cigar box, with a hint of Peru balsam and black pepper. Owen & Fred is a Brooklyn-based men’s accessories and gifts brand founded in 2012. Their full line of goods are designed and made in the United States.

Field Notes Ambition Edition


Field Notes are inspired by the vanishing subgenre of agricultural memo books, ornate pocket ledgers and the simple, unassuming beauty of a well-crafted grocery list, the Draplin Design Company of Portland, Oregon in conjunction with Coudal Partners of Chicago, Illinois bring you “FIELD NOTES” in hopes of offering, “An honest memo book, worth fillin’ up with good information.” The ambition edition has three different books: a ledger, a weekly planner and a memo book. Each has a different colored cover, printed and embossed with metallic gold ink.

Dust & Luster Pig Cup


Whats better than a pig or a tractor?  Well a PIG on a TRACTOR!  This cup provides you the best way to drink your coffee or sip your soup whilst dreaming of a land where pigs drive tractors.  Dust & Luster produces handmade objects out of recycled and reclaimed clay in Oakland, CA.

 Nikki Lane
All or Nothin’

Nikki Lane is a Nashville-based South Carolina-bred songstress. Her cooing-yet-brutal vocals are a perfect fit to her aching, mournful guitar. Like a modern-era Wanda Jackson, Nikki Lane turns the vulnerable singer-songwriter stereotype on its ear, singing songs about hard-working women that play hard.

Herbal Revolution Fire Tonic


Fire Tonic aka. Fire Cider is a traditional recipe that has been made by farmers, herbalists and countless others for years. This traditional blend is great for what ails you, it has been used for years to help clear up sinuses, head colds and lung congestion. All of the ingredients are sourced and blended in Maine. Herbal Revolution has been inspired by the resiliency and tenaciousness of plants. Their goal is to bring light to these amazing plants, that not too long ago were the staple food and medicine of the people.

Bush Smarts
Lumberjack Face-Fuzz


Growing the lush bushy beard of a lumberjack is not just for the rugged elite anymore. Anyone can sport a striking chin tickler whenever the urge strikes. Loop one of these felt pelts from ear to ear and you’ll feel like jumping into a buffalo plaid shirt, grabbing an axe and splitting wood. In New York, Bush Smarts embraces the spirit of small-batch, hand-manufacturing and value the textures and variations that make their gear as good as artisanal cheese.

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