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Did You Know ...

By placing your tree outside at the end of the holiday season, you can help our feathered friends as well as add color and excitement to your backyard.  Attract birds by placing orange slices, suet and seed on the tree.  The birds will come for the food and stay for the shelter in the branches.


Storage Yard

Snow Covered Trees with Scenic Background

   The beauty of snow covered trees is not nearly as impressive at harvest time. It not only makes cutting, baling, and hauling more difficult, but it becomes impossible to pick out the marketable trees. This is another reason why we identify and flag our trees in August and September.

 

   Picking up trees is never an easy job and at times it becomes extremely difficult. On a rather frigid November day, Ken and Raymond are digging trees from under eight inches of frozen heavy snow, while supervised by Sheba, the family dog.

Snow Load

Snow Covered Tree YardAs soon as our trees are cut and baled, they are trucked to this storage yard where they will stay until they are shipped. Our yard is situated in an area that offers shade and protection from the wind to maintain the freshness of the tree. We also stack the trees with the tops locked together to keep the sun and wind away from them. And then we allow mother nature to insulate them under ten inches of snow – a real plus.

  We hope you have enjoyed your trip through our Christmas tree plantation. Please feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail if you desire more information about our Christmas trees, or would like to visit our plantation.

Kenneth Willey

Phone: (603) 237-5776

64 Willey Road,

e-mail: kfwilley@gmail.com

Colebrook, NH 03576

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