So I'm a farmer, a female farmer, not a dude farmer. I farm with my dad, who is pretty cool, and my mom (award-winning quilter), who is pretty cool as well, she helps with the small business operation. We are all a very sarcastic, dry-humored bunch.

The clothing is pretty straight-forward, no-frills, simply simple...the way I like things. The goal of this clothing line is to have a high quality product, for less. I work in everything that is for sale on here, I won't sell something that I wouldn't wear/work in. Hardworking people deserve to be comfy, affordably.

I started a store on Etsy, and I have patches, carry-all bags, quilts, and scarves (link to the store is on this website). This all started because of farmers on twitter-my farming account (@thewittyfarmer). I made a "GMO SURVIVOR" shirt, and people wanted it. So here it is, the site to buy this witty wearable, as well as other witty "stuff." I print all the t-shirts myself, on my massive DTG (direct to garment) printer. When it's planting or harvest season, I might have to go to my online supplier to help print some t-shirts because those are my busiest times of the year.

I now have my own clothing line, and in transition to converting all products to "made in the USA." Portion of sales are donated to my local American Legion, post #442. Feb 13, 2021, I was able to donate $500 to the group; I hope that number continues to grow for them.

The Farm


We grow GMO and non-GMO corn & soybeans. I also raise black angus cattle. I feed them old donuts, old bread, bananas, etc. That's their treat, not their daily intake. I also started growing sweet corn and pumpkins.


I have a pretty broad background of stuff: graduated with honors with a B.S. degree in biology, published in a couple scientific journals, modeled, acted-still do (member of SAG-AFTRA), wrote my own book, "Snickering Out Loud," teach spinning, and now farm full-time with the "old man." In addition, to all of those titles, I am a wife and mother of a little girl, Hunter Olivia.


I hope you enjoy looking at everything, and if I don't respond right away, I'm busy, not ignoring you. I perform manual labor every day, and I wouldn't have it any other way. Thanks for stopping by and turning yourself into being super witty.

-Jenny Sauer-Schmidgall