News & Updates
Thank you, everyone, for contributing to a wonderful 2017 season! Our season has officially ended, but we are very much looking forward to seeing you again when we reopen for the 2018 holidays. Have a Merry Christmas and an awesome… Continue reading
This year we will be open for the three weekends following Thanksgiving, as well as Black Friday. Our hours will be 10-5 on Saturdays and 12-5 on Sundays. (Plus 10-5 on Black Friday).
Can’t wait to see everyone again! Well… Continue reading
We’re considering selling 24.3 acres of our land just above the lake at the mouth of our valley, either as a whole or as separate 14.3 and 10 acre portions. Have a look at the (approximate) boundaries of the parcels at https://caltopo.com/m/F1GS. … Continue reading
Beginning the 2016 Christmas season, Hutton-Loyd will no longer sell
We will still sell
- Choose-and-cut trees
- Pre-cut Fraser firs
- Pre-dug trees
- Tree stands and a few other accessories
Why the changes?
For about three decades now, Hutton-Loyd… Continue reading
We are no longer going to use our office on Big Run road. Instead, we will conduct all farm business remotely. Please see the contact page for the proper numbers to call for different services (Christmas trees, weddings, etc.).
We have settled on our open dates and hours for the 2016 Christmas season. Mark your calendars! This year we will be open 9-5 every weekend from 11/26 through 12/18, plus Black Friday (11/25). We can’t wait to see everyone!
Open November 27,28,29 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9AM – 5PM
Open December 4,5,6 Friday, Saturday, Sunday 9AM – 5PM
Open December 11,12,13 Friday, Saturday,… Continue reading
Marla Jackson, after this 2015 Christmas season, who has managed the farm office for 20 years, is opening her own business and shop in Maysville, Kentucky this January. At Hutton and Loyd she has also managed two administrative… Continue reading
White Pines are available in large quantities for use as cut Christmas Trees: 6-7′ – $12, 7-8′ – $15, 8-10′ – $20, 10-12′ – $28. Call Marla in farm office at… Continue reading