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Please join "A Pathway To Hope" ring in the holidays on Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 11am-3pm.  Have your pets (or family's) photo taken by professional photographer Norman Deshong.  With Norman's professional set up you can choose the background of your choice.  You will not be limited to holiday backgrounds, there are numerous selections for you to choose from.  You will receive one photo that day ($12) and you will be able to order additional photos at the "photography by Deshong" website, ww

In April 2012 we will be planting three new varieties of Christmas trees; Balsam Fir, Grand Fir, and Serbian Spruce, along with more Norway & Blue Spruces and Douglas & Fraser Firs that we currently harvest every year.  In approximately 8-10 years this grouping will be ready for "choose & cut".

We wish to thank all the participants who submitted pictures to the contest.  Our staff had a difficult time in making their decisions.  All the entries were well deserving of a prize, but in keeping with the rules the top 5 winners are as follows...

  • 5th place and a 10% discount in 2012 goes to Nela DaSilva #128954
  • 4th place and a 20% discount in 2012 goes to Brenda Fiske #171786
  • 3rd place and a 30% discount in 2012 goes to Steve Cairns #128944
  • 2nd place and a 50% discount in 2012 goes to Joanne Herman #128888
  • 1st place and

Meadow View Farms provided a 25FT Norway Spruce to the City of Asbury Park for their Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.

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Everyone who purchases a tree from us this year can participate in the contest, but you must register in person, at the time of purchase - no exceptions.

We have ordered 600 new seedlings for planting this Spring in early April 2010. The stumps remaining from this Christmas and previous years will be removed beginning in late March to make room. Harvesting these plantings will not be available until the year 2020 and beyond.

The driest spell we have had in many years has claimed approximately 150-175 of the seedlings planted last year. Our watering efforts just could not keep up to the needs of all the little trees.

In the early Spring of 2009 we planted 1000 new seedlings of 4 different types. In anticipation of their continued growth, expected harvesting of these Christmas trees could begin as early as the 2017 season.