Our farm will close for
the season on Sunday December 21st.
We do still have a good selection
of Fraser Firs in 6-7 foot size and a few 3-5 foot Fraser Fir tabletop
There are still a few wreaths and centerpieces in the barn and we would
love to have them find homes.
You can still cut a "short" scotch pine out of two select fields but we
have closed the rest of the fields
in order to have some trees for next year.
We do appreciate the
great response we have had from our faithful customers that have
returned year after year.
We have also really enjoyed welcoming many new families this year and
hope to see you again next year!
As usual, there will be
treats and hot drinks at the barn. Lots of fun seeing old friends, meeting
your family and ours. Oh, we will have a new furry friend member of our
family to meet. You may have met Hudson (a lab pup) last year and you will
notice that he has grown a bit!
Dewey was adopted in January and is a lab/golden retriever mix. We hope he
will be a great greeter as Hudson was last year. Dogs are permitted but
must be on a leash when at the farm.
Hope you have a Real Tree Merry Christmas!
Roy and Carol purchased this 40 acre farm in the rolling hills of Clay County in 1982. The large barn drew them to the property and though it was falling down, the potential was there to give it new life. Today it is the focal point for the tree farm activities..
There were no evergreens on the land at the time but there was a wonderful wooded area that bordered the land on two sides. 25 acres are now planted with scotch and white pines and other varieties including blue and norway spruce and canaan fir.