Busy weekend for Bethany tree farm days after Thanksgiving


It was busy weekend at tree farms as folks were busy decking the halls.

Down at Bethany’s Kriz Farm, they are stocked and ready.

Trees were pre-cut as they got ready for a busy Sunday.

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If customers bought a tree or wreath, the farm even threw in a perk.

“You get a wagon ride pulled by horses around the farm, which everybody really enjoys. It’s a great family attraction and people get great memories from it,” explained the farm’s Tim Kriz.

For another memory, Kriz said they have the largest pile of horseshoes in the world that they decorate every year!

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