FarmVille New Winter Holiday Items: Dancing Snow Lady, Winter Cafe, Candy Cane Cow & Much More

In tonight's FarmVille update, Zynga has expanded the Winter Holiday theme by leaps and bounds, adding a new series of animals, buildings and decorations to the game's store. Some of these items we've seen coming via Sneak Peeks, while other are brand new.

Meet us behind the break for a complete look at these new items.

First, the animals. There are two new animals available to purchase, and they come in the form of the Snow Goose and the Candy Cane Cow. Both are premium items, meaning that you can purchase them either for your own farm, or you can make them an early holiday present by sending them to a friend. The Snow Goose costs 16 Farm Cash and can be harvested every 2 days, while the Candy Cane Cow can be harvested once per day and can be purchased for 24 Farm Cash.

In terms of new buildings, there are also two new items to choose from. These buildings are the Toy Shop and the Winter Cafe. The Toy Shop is a premium item, available for 20 Farm Cash, while the Winter Cafe is available for 250,000 coins.

Finally, we come to the decorations, with five new items to choose from, three of which are premium. The first is the Dancing Snow Lady, a very animated snow woman that shakes her snow-hips to music only she can hear, and can be purchased for 20 Farm Cash. A Mrs. Claus Gnome and an Eggnog Fountain round out the premium options at 18 and 15 Farm Cash each, respectively.

The other two items are the Pink Holiday Tree, which is priced at 80,000 coins, and the Holiday Planter (full of three colors of Poinsettias) which costs 5,000 coins.

All of these items are marked with a time limit of 23 days from this writing, giving you plenty of time to not only purchase these fun decorations, but also have time to enjoy them before the holiday season ends.

Check out the rest of our Holiday 2010 coverage right here.

How many of these items are you planning to purchase before the season ends? Let us know in the comments.

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