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Welcome To Happy Day Farm 2017

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During the months of mid June to early August, you will find a wide variety of both Blueberries and Raspberries waiting for you at Happy Day Farm.  This year you will find 6 various types of Blueberries and 4 various types of Raspberries!

    

Please note that variety availability varies season to season and week to week. Maintenance of a healthy, productive Blueberry crop, is relative to the thoroughness in which each bush is harvested. Daily picking sites depend precisely on maturity of ripening berries. A berry that is ‘blue’ in color, is not necessarily ‘ripe’ or at it’s harvest peak. This is why you may pass several great looking, irresistible bushes on your way to the ‘picking site’. Just know we are bringing you to the ‘best berry today’. We hope you vary your visit times to sample all the delicious varieties! Enjoy!

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Please Make Note Of Our New Entrance To Happy Day Farm!!!



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How It All Began!

ab111111How Happy Day Farm was started. In 2004 my wife and I were blessed with the arrival of our beautiful daughter Trinity.  In 2006 when Trinity was 2 years old I thought it would be a great idea to grow a pumpkin patch so we took a ride to Manalapan Hardware  and bought a few packets of pumpkin seeds and planted them in a garden 30 x 30.  To my surprise since I had not grown pumpkins before our pumpkin patch was very successful. One Sunday in October when the pumpkins were ready for harvest my daughter and I went over to pick the pumpkins, we took many pictures and we both got such enjoyment and delight out of how successful our pumpkin patch grew.  

That day I had an idea that next year we would make the pumpkin patch larger and start an October Fest party and invite all of our family and friends.  In 2007 we doubled our pumpkin patch to a 60 x 60 garden and again we had another successful year growing our pumpkins. That year we were unable to have our October Fest because my wife and I were once again blessed with the arrival of our son Liam.In 2008 with the success of growing pumpkins the past 2 years I decided to grow yet another pumpkin patch but this time on 1 acre of land and we were finally able to have our October Fest with family and friends who enjoyed a fun fall day.  In 2009 with our success of growing pumpkins I decided to try my hand at my first corn maze.  To my surprise the corn maze was a success and this too became a part of our now annual October Fest.  As you can imagine as our family and friends grow our October Fest has continued to get larger and larger.  In 2010 I decided to turn my success and love for growing pumpkins and the corn maze and my love for planting the earth’s fruit into my passion to open Happy Day Farm. See the Magic for Yourself at Happy Day Farm!!!blank

 



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