Christmas Trees

Pine Tree Swaying2022 CHRISTMAS SEASONPine Tree Swaying

Merry Christmas from our family to yours!!
We’re not just a tree farm, we are a destination.

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Opening Day is Saturday Nov. 19th

Open 7 days a week, 9am-4pm

(Closed Thanksgiving)


  • All trees are $85 for cash or $90 for credit or debit card.
  • Choose a Fresh-Cut Tree or Cut-Your-Own.
  • We offer trees up to 10 feet tall.
  • Wreaths, kissing balls, roping, ornaments, tree stands and much, much more are available in the Rockin’ Reindeer Cafe.
  • We accept cash, checks and credit cards.
  • We have string and saws available.
  • We bale trees by request.
  • Visit our Nativity Scene and our resident reindeer family, Tuukka, Belle & Rudy.








We offer 66 acres of trees to choose from. We do not allow tagging of trees. There are so many trees to choose from that tagging is not worth your while.

When you enter the farm we will offer to loan you a handsaw. We will give you general directions and answer any questions you may have.  You may drive around the farm on the main roadways. Most people drive around until they see the type of tree they like and then walk from there. Choose the perfect tree, cut it, load it and bring it back to our exit. We have string available to secure it to your car. The best place to carry the tree is in the back of your car or truck. If you need to carry your tree on the roof of your car, please take the time to make sure it is secure. Please return the saw and pay for your tree.  We accept cash, checks or credit cards.

Growing Christmas Trees

TransplantBeds_ThumbGrowing Christmas trees is our specialty. We have 66 acres in the production of trees. Growing high quality Christmas trees require a great attention to detail. In late winter every tree receives a precise amount of slow release fertilizer to maximize growth, color and density. The amount varies by size and type of tree

TreeView_Thumband is based on a soil sample analysis. In early spring we spray low-dose herbicides to control the weeds near the trees. Weeds compete with the trees for water and nutrients. We leave a grass strip between the rows to control erosion and to give the good insects a place to hide.

HandClippers_ThumbIn the spring, we plant the majority of our baby trees. We plant thousands of two to three year old baby trees in transplant beds. Our transplant beds are on six inch by six inch spacing in four row blocks. When our baby trees are four years old we move them out to our field plantings. Our field plantings are planted on six foot by five foot spacing, which works out to be about 1,400 trees per acre. Our field planting will take between six and eight years to reach harvest size. We mulch each baby tree with a large fork full of wood chips. The wood chips preserve moisture in the soil, reduce weed competition, and reduce the chance of frost heaving in the winter. We are growing more trees per acre then ever before. We are interplanting baby trees in between mature trees that are ready for harvest. It takes several years to harvest all of the mature trees, which gives the baby trees time to become established. Most of our trees are grown on raised beds to increase air drainage and water drainage. Raised beds maximize the amount of topsoil available to each tree.

All spring, summer, and fall, we are on the lookout for insects and disease problems using an integrated pest management (IPM) system. When the insect or disease reaches a damaging level, we treat the problem. We mow between each row of trees at least twice per summer. We spend the majority of the summer shaping every tree on the farm. Each tree is touched three times. First, we use a non-girdling tape to straighten the top of each tree. Second, each tree is hand sheared with a large knife. Third, we use hand clipper to remove multiple tops and do a final inspection of each tree. Hand shearing is a huge project but our high quality of trees separates us from the other tree farms.

Fall is our second chance to control the weeds around the trees. We spend a large amount of the fall preparing the farm to open the day after Thanksgiving. We mow all the grass on the whole farm. We pull the vines out of the trees. We cut the brush growing in the field. We fill in the woodchuck holes and the washouts from the heavy rain. We smooth the surface of our extensive parking areas. We block vehicle access to the smaller driveways.  We work year round to prepare for a very short selling season.

The month of December is such an exciting time for us. We really believe in our slogan “Experience Dzen Tree Farm, where family traditions are made!” It brings us great pleasure to see all of the happy families creating and enjoying family traditions