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7 great John Deere gift ideas

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Even though that S700 combine or 7250R tractor may be high on a John Deere fan’s wish list, we understand that those kinds of machines may not be the kind of gift you’re getting anytime soon. So, how do you still show your love and fandom of all things green and yellow? We’ve dug around online (going beyond the usual hats and hoodies) to find seven John Deere gift ideas that would be right for the farmer in your life. We hope you find something that piques your interest!

 

$29.99 — John Deere Green Plaid No-Sew Fleece Throw

When Jason Aldean sang about taking a ride in a big green tractor, it’s hard not to imagine a cool fall evening, wrapped up in a cozy fleece blanket and hopping up into the cab. Why not make that a reality?


$15.22 — John Deere Logo Barn & Silo Salt/Pepper Set

This is undoubtedly one of our favorite items on this list, and it would be a perfect way to tie in your country kitchen. 


$106.70 — John Deere Model 8000 Mailbox

This sturdy powder-coated and made-in-America mailbox shows off your John Deere pride to everyone who drives by.


$24.95 — John Deere Tractor-Opoly Board Game

This game lets you discover the story of John Deere, which features the company’s tractors throughout history. (And if Monopoly isn’t your game, there’s also John Deere Checkers.)


$7.00 — John Deere Collectible Playing Cards

Yes, deal us in! These playing cards feature Deere equipment, both old and new.


$26.99 — John Deere Tractor Coin Piggy Bank

So much different (and better!) than a traditional piggy bank, this shows off the vintage “Spoker” tractor.


$21.99 — John Deere Boys’ Tractor Toddler Backpack

Of course, we can’t forget the little ones, and this backpack is that rare combination of cool for kids and adorable to parents. 

 

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