#95 Christmas Tree Farm FIRST YEAR Costs & Revenue Download

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  • Dec 27, 2019

  • I wanted to share some details about how we've gone about starting our Christmas tree farm, and some of the specific costs involved in purchasing the property to start the farm, investing in equipment and improving the property. I also wanted to talk about what we've earned from several different revenue streams during our first year. Watch more of my videos: https://shorturl.at/szFHP ~~About Us~~ We're a 43 acre Christmas tree farm in central Virginia. We bought the property in November 2018 and have been documenting our whole journey starting this business from the ground up. We don't have any ag experience prior to starting this business, so we're constantly learning as we go! Get your own Woods Tree Farm gear on our website: https://buy.woodstreefarm.com/collect... Subscribe: https://shorturl.at/szFHP We are thankful for you viewers and subscribers and love your comments and feedback! We would greatly appreciate it if you'd give this video a LIKE and also SUBSCRIBE to the channel if you like our content. ~~FARM FAQ~~ *What made us want to start a Christmas tree farm? see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zv4c_... ~~Equipment on our Farm~~ Tractors: Kubota L3901, Farmtrac 60 Mower: Cub Cadet Ultima ZT2 Box Blade: Land Pride BB2560 Rotary cutter: King Kutter 60" (model unknown) 3pt Tiller: Caroni L800 36" ----------------------------------------------- Any other questions or comments - just let us know! Thanks for watching. ---------------------------------------------- Contact: woodstreefarva@gmail.com ----------------------------------------------- Website: https://www.woodstreefarm.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/woodstreefarmva Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woodstreefarm


  • Woods Tree Farm
    Woods Tree Farm 6 months ago (edited)

    Thanks for watching and your support! โ˜•BUY ME A COFFEE โ˜•

  • James Parker
    James Parker 10 months ago

    Hey Phil I'm so glad your doing these videos. I started a small Christmas tree farm last year and I'm learning the ropes.....which is why it's cool to come on here and see how you guys are doing. Keep up the good work.

  • J Justice
    J Justice 1 month ago (edited)

    Im not ever going to be able to have a Christmas tree farm..so expensive ๐Ÿ˜ซ wish you guys many blessings! And hope that everything works out great! You & your family are going to do great. Stay safe

  • Russell Trupia
    Russell Trupia 10 months ago

    Great video Phil I once owned my own business and understand everything you have done. Great success in the future Phil.

  • Wander Lost
    Wander Lost 10 months ago

    Canโ€™t wait to see how 2020 goes for yโ€™all!! Good luck!!

  • Hamiltonville Farm
    Hamiltonville Farm 10 months ago

    Good info. Only growing from here. More trees will help next year for sure ๐Ÿ‘

  • Buck's Garage
    Buck's Garage 10 months ago

    I like videos like this, I find it interesting how things break down.

  • Richard Healy
    Richard Healy 10 months ago

    Good luck ๐Ÿ€ in 2020, I wish you well.

  • Patterson Landscaping
    Patterson Landscaping 10 months ago

    I'M waiting for the marketing info!!

  • Arielle Tjandruwati
    Arielle Tjandruwati 10 months ago

    A really nice and interesting recap video of your first year. Wishing you a very happy and successful new year to come. โค๐ŸŽ„

  • Bill
    Bill 10 months ago

    Great video Phil, Thanks for filling in the details for us. I am looking forward to your marketing strategy for the first year also.

  • Stan Kohl
    Stan Kohl 10 months ago

    Your never going to run out of things to spend money on. I do think you are starting out right in doing the events even though it isn't bringing in a lot of money. I know your goal is to have people come back every year. It takes a lot of time and effort to get to where you are going to break even. Overall I think you are doing a great job of going in the right direction. It's not a get rich quick kind of business and as you have already learned not all the profit is in the form of cash. Keep up the great work guys.

  • Walsh Farms
    Walsh Farms 10 months ago

    Wish you the best for 2020.

  • Justin C
    Justin C 1 month ago

    I've always wanted to start a tree farm. have you considered having Santa on the weekends? visit and photo opportunities. could help draw customers.

  • Patterson Landscaping
    Patterson Landscaping 10 months ago

    thanks for the REAL NUMBERS...best of luck for 2020...

  • David Daniken
    David Daniken 10 months ago

    Sounds like you had a successful first year. You are absolutely doing the right thing selling pre-cut trees now. You will hit the ground running when your own trees are ready to harvest. The Christmas Tree business is a marathon, not a sprint. It looks like your family really enjoys it as well. That is vital to your success. We had a tough year here. Every weekend was bad weather along with a shorter selling season. They can't all be record breakers.

    ASMR RELAX 6 months ago

    Have you considered doing a pumpkin patch

  • Ethan Mattingly
    Ethan Mattingly 6 months ago

    Hi Phil. Thanks for more great insight. I'm in the beginning stages of starting my own tree farm, and you're videos on subsoiling and planting plugs has been a huge help. You answered a lot of questions and gave ideas that other tree farmers I've talked to weren't able to answer.

    A RITTER BIT WILL DO 10 months ago

    ๐Ÿ’ฅ Very interesting Phil! Donโ€™t forget about the millions your making from YouTube! ๐Ÿ‘ hope you and your family had a great Christmas and Happy new year!

  • Matthew Quinn
    Matthew Quinn 10 months ago

    $30 a tree wholesale?