Around the Farm – Holiday Traditions

December 16, 2021

Farming is not just a 9 to 5 job. It is 365 days a year and can include long hours for most farmers.

For my family, we are typically wrapping up our harvest field work for the fall and then I begin my winter business of selling pre-cut Christmas trees to the local community.

This year is my 9th year selling Christmas trees in Genoa.

I work on the family farm managing the hog operation during the day. This time of year, at night and on the weekends, I spend my time at the Christmas tree lot.

Each year I pick up 245 Christmas trees from Central Wisconsin. I sell three varieties: Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir and White Pine. A crew of family and friends assist in setting up the tree lot which is located on Route 23 in Genoa.

I have enjoyed meeting many local families through the Kuhn Christmas Tree business and I enjoy seeing them come back each year as part of their holiday tradition.

Now that I have a family of my own, I’m looking forward to creating our family traditions at the tree lot like the families that visit me every year.

DREW KUHN – HOG & GRAIN FARMER, GENOA


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