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The first Noble seedlings at this site were planted in February 2004.  We started with 500 trees as an experiment.  In 2005, we followed with 1500 more Noble seedlings.  It was at this point I learned of the “Pocket Gopher” and the damage they can cause to seedling from both tunneling around and eating the roots of the trees.  Being competitive in nature, I did the only reasonable thing, bought a Kubota tractor and plowed the ground in preparation of the next planting sites.  In 2007, another 1500 seedling where planted.

These first 3500 trees are all Natural Cultured trees.  Minimal hand clipping has been applied to the trees.  Natural Cultured trees are more open than cultured trees that apply sheering techniques each year – they are excellent for presentation of your favorite Christmas tree ornaments.

Christmas 2011 was the first year we opened for U-Cut (One weekend).  The trees last year ranged from 6 ½’ to 4’.  This year (2013), we have a great supply of 4' to 7' trees and a large selection of 8' to10', with a few that are even larger!

“Table-Top” trees are also available, many to select from.  If you would like to purchase boughs, don't hesitate to ask, we often have "Buck" trees that will be reasonably priced.

We will continue to dedicate approx. 6 acres to Natural cultured trees, so if you visit Silver Run Farms this year, you will get to see how the trees are maturing.  We planted 500 new trees in this area last year, and will continue to cultivate Natural cultured trees.

We have also planted an additional 5000 Noble's in 2008; these are being cultured for wholesale, but will also allow U-Cut selection from this lot as the trees mature.

2011 Pictures: "Summer Day"      
U-Cut Noble Christmas Trees
2012 Pictures: "Fall Sunset" - What a beautiful day on the farm!
Silver Run Tree Farms Natural Nobles
2013: Family Business      
Jessie planting seedlings Snowing during planting Jerrad - Tree maintenance President's seat
Jessie Planting Nobles Natural Cultured Nobles
Silver Run Tree Farms, Salem Oregon