We open today at 12 noon, it will be a chilly day here at the farm on the last day of November, 2015 - bring rain gear as the trees are still wet and the forecast calls for some rain chances increasing later in the day. We'll have our hot Rinker's cider ready for you in the main barn, along with fresh made wreaths, garland, local honey and other goods, and our beautiful Mountain Slow Grown Douglas Fir and Colorado Blue Spruce stand in the fields for you to peruse. If you plan on cutting a large (11' or taller) Blue Spruce, please bring 2 or 3 strong men to haul it from the field. We have extremely limited staff on weekdays, and need you to at least be able to get it to the edge of a field, and assist getting the tree into a vehicle pulled farm trailer and then into the baler.
The Wolff Family
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