The look of determination that this Christmas Rooster Hauling a Tree exudes, will melt your heart! Imagine, he has found the perfect ‘farm fresh’ tree and is hauling it home, via an old farm wagon, so he can surprise his family and start the holiday season!
So sweet and such a lovely addition to your holiday decor. He will add charm whether he stands alone on a table or is nestled among greens on your holiday mantle.
Pair him with the other two holiday farm animal chunky wooden sitters and your mantle will be the talk of the town, and without a doubt, something to crow about!
What chicken enthusiast wouldn’t want a Christmas rooster hauling a tree as part of their holiday decor?! This proud and very enthusiastic boy, with his farm fresh tree, wants nothing but the best! He clearly is determined to get his tree home, no matter the length of the journey, and begin to deck the halls!
Whether you prefer the country look or not, this chicken charmer will look great no matter where he is placed. He will be completely comfortable even with the most modern decor! Get all three holiday farm animal cutouts, add some holiday greens and some twinkle lights, and you will have a creative mantle display! Embellish each end of the mantle with some festive country ribbon bows, and it will be an eye-catcher for sure!
This chunky Christmas rooster hauling a tree is made of thick wood and can sit freestanding for shelf or tabletop display. It is an illustrated cutout of a chicken pulling a red wagon and the wagon has a snowy pine Christmas tree in the back. On the side of the old red wagon, it reads, “farm fresh,”
Approximate measurements of the Farm Fresh Trees holiday chicken shelf sitter are 7.5″ high by 8.25″ long by 1″ deep..
SHOP FOR A CAUSE! Your purchase helps us! Revenues generated by your purchase helps with the cost of the upkeep of the rare farm animals living at Dalby Farm. These animals are, therefore, considered to be ‘Ambassadors’ of their breeds and are a critical part of the children’s educational programs offered at Dalby Farm. For more information visit www.dalbyfarm.com.