Make Christmas special for them this year

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Christmas is fast approaching and it’s time to think what presents to buy for the children. Farm Wardrobe may be your answer.

Farm wardrobe is an online shop with a full range of family fashion at affordable prices. Personalise it by the embroidery of your favourite farm logo from an impressive library of over 150 farming motifs.

Easily the most popular item is the child’s Regatta Dover Jacket. Available in Navy, Black, Royal, Red and Bottle Green with a favourite tractor and slogan can result in uncountable brownie points for the present giver! If it’s not blue, it won’t do or maybe If It’s Not Red, Park It in The Shed are most popular!!

Keep them warm outside with a Papini Hoody which is available from sizes 5-6 up to 11-12 in 14 different colours. These snuggie hoodies perfectly complement tractor embroidery e.g the Red/Black or black red is perfect for the Massey logos.

Stay safe and dry outdoors with the welly and waterproof combination suits. These suits are measured in foot size and are waterproof and windproof giving added protection to your future farmers! Available in pink and blue.

All goods will be delivered for Christmas and a last date for ordering is Friday 12th December!

Visit www.farm-wardrobe.com and get this year’s Christmas shopping delivered to your door, hassle free! All enquiries contact alison@farm-wardrobe.com or call 00353 871771 480 landline 00353 449664 755 Farm Wardrobe is based in Delvin, Co Westmeath on a dairy farm of 120 pedigree Holsteins.

As a farming family with two small children we know what is needed out and about.

Alison Beattie, originally from Randalstown, has worked in the pedigree sector for over 10 years in a Livestock Market, Carlisle, UK and as Marketing Manager for a Global AI company following a Degree in Animal Science at Harper Adams University College.

Her passion for farming is the driver behind Farm Wardrobe and sister company Agri-Promotions encouraging farmers to promote themselves and their farming businesses.