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8 Unique Gifts for Farm Families

  • Ultimate mobile desk

    Keep yourself and your vehicle organized with this mobile desk! It buckles in to face front or sideways, and has a padded laptop sleeve, removable accordion file for folders; a front organizer section with plenty of pockets, and a beverage holder. When closed, the top becomes a writing desk. $79.95 at Duluth Trading.

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  • Personalized aerial puzzle

    This 400-piece jigsaw puzzle is actually an aerial photograph of any address you wish, surrounded by a 1- by 1 1/2-mile area, offering a bird's-eye view of the farm or your loved one's hometown. The assembled size is 12" x 18". $49.95 at Catalog Favorites. Allow two to three weeks for delivery.

  • Crock-Pot lunch crock

    Warm up leftovers, soups, oatmeal, and more with this 20-ounce mini crock. Leave the warming base at work or in the farm shop, and tote the crock back and forth from home. Also great for dorm rooms! Available in four colors. $29.99 at crockpot.com.

  • QuieTunes rechargeable headphones

    Listen to the built-in AM/FM radio in these noise-cancelling headphones, or plug in your mp3 player, and enjoy music, talk radio, audio books, and podcasts without having to fight machinery noise. One overnight charge provides 40 hours of use. Available for $99.99 at Gempler's.

  • Barbarian Pillager BeardHead

    Survive winter like a Viking! This hilarious hat features an adjustable, button-on beard (available in three colors) and helmet-style cap. This style is $39.99 at BeardHead.com, and there are several other styles available, from the stubble collection, to Santa beard hats.

  • Ariat women's Western Heritage boots

    These boots are tough yet beautiful, just like Mom! Treat her to these gorgeous boots, and she'll think of you every time she wears them. They have a 12" shaft height, rubber soles for good grip, and J-toe wing-tip style. $169.99 at Country Outfitter.

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