Farms offer more than Christmas trees

A holiday experience aim of some state growers

Posted: December 9, 2012 at 2:17 a.m.

Carey Smith and his daughter, Emmy Smith, 4, of Little Rock pull a Christmas tree toward their car at Motley’s Christmas Tree Farm in Little Rock, with Carey Smith’s mother, Judy Parker of Malvern, following.

Despite a drought and blazing hot summer, Arkansas Christmas tree farms are anticipating a busy season with many offering added services to attract customers.

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Business, Pages 65 on 12/09/2012


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