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Firm favourites for farming fathers

With Father’s Day just around the corner (June 19), we help you last-minute-buyers out by giving you some clues into gifts for farming fathers.
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Struggling with what to do for #FathersDay? Take some inspiration from these ideas...

Spoil your dad for #FathersDay

Keep Calm...

Keep Calm...

 

We all know farmers are mucky pups and so you can never go far wrong with a fresh t-shirt.

 

Add in a 'keep calm' slogan and the word 'tractor' and you've pretty much got the perfect gift.

 

We found this particular one at Etsy.com and it is available in a range of colours and sizes.

 

Tip top tie

Tip top tie

All farmers (and fathers) have to dress up smart now and again.

 

But with this idea they can still keep hold of their farming roots.

 

A nice silk tie, pattered with farm animals - what more could you want?

 

We found this particular one at Country Catalogue.

Collectable cows

Collectable cows

If your farming father already has a collection, then this is a perfect gift.

 

If he doesn't already have a collection, then it is never too late to start one.

 

We found this one on Grays Country Gifts, but they can be found all over, and there are numerous different breeds of every different animal to suit even the most particular farming father.

Cheesy in more ways than one?

Cheesy in more ways than one?

If your father is one of those who says 'I don't want anything', or one who simply has everything, why not try a gift which can keep on giving?

 

A subscription to a monthly cheese club means every month your farming father can have a little treat, just from you.

 

And at the same time, you are supporting your local dairy farmer. What could be better?

 

We found these subscriptions on The Courtyard Dairy, but have a look around and see if your local dairy offers a similar idea.

On the go kind of father?

On the go kind of father?

It's nearly that time of year again where we don't see our farming fathers for days on end, while they tend to the fields before the rain starts to pour.

 

Why not treat your father to his very own travel mug, to keep him company through hours of mowing and to make sure he is always well watered.

 

We found this mug at Zazzle.

Farming father stories?

Share your stories and pictures of your farming father's this Fathers Day:

 

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