Meet Our Farmers

A & M Farm Market

Abma's Farm inc
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retail, wholesale produce

Asprocolas Acres
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Barry Cousin

vegetable farm grower of Yellow Straight Neck Squash Butternut Squash Kabocha Squash Watermelons Turnips and Pole Lima Beans

Brookville Farms

C & J Farms

Catalpa Farm

Fresh Produce

Clark Farms

Darmo Farm

Dewolf Farms. Wednesday only
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vegetable and u pick

Dunhams Corner Farm Market

Ethan Wood Farms
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Call or Text (609) 216-6613 with any questions or limited availability products. Please leave a message and I will call you back ASAP. Sweet Corn, Watermelons, and Fall Cauliflower

Federal Farm

Forrest Farm
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Fresh ponds farm

Haines Berry farm

Hauser Hill Farms
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Century Farm producing high quality, hand picked fruits and vegetables. We grow it all, from A(pples) to Z(ucchini)!


Our own farm fresh fruits and vegetables, greenhouse grown plants We have pick your own strawberries, peaches, apples, collards and pumpkins in season. Our family owned business has been in operation since 1952. We have four... See More General Information We are easily accessible from route 55 via exit 45 heading towards Centerton we are a short distance at the first traffic light on your right. We offer one of the largest assortments of fresh fruits, vegetables, fruit cider and jams and jellies in the area. Our prices are great and there is always a weekly special. Our season is April 1 till Christmas.

Hillsboro Farm

Hills’ homestead

Hunter Vegetable Farm

j and j greenhouses
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flower farm with 22 greenhouses in Monroe twp

Jay Hyland
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john h drake
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Kauffman Farm

Keris Farms

Kerr’s Kornstand

KJD Farms
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Produce farm located on Old York Road in Robbinsville Nj

Krowicki's Farm Market & Greenhouses

Kucowski Farm
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If interested in produce please call and place order or inquire about availability directly with us at 609-298-5056 or call Tri County Manager for information

Marchese Farm (Wed Only)
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We use Organic practices (Certification pending) to grow a large selection of vegetables on 20 acres.

Michal Farm

Brown, Black and White Fig's, Blackberry, Raspberries, Asian Pears


A multiple site family run farm, we grow using only sustainable methods.

Nilsen farms

Farm market

Oak Hill Farms
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We are a small family farm inspired by simple living and a back to basics lifestyle. Specializing in honey/alpaca/nigerian goats

Original Columbus Farm and Market
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Peck Farms
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Profeta Farms
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Local is the new organic. Knowing how your food is raised, harvested, and processed means the world to people who understand that our health is determined in large part by what we eat. The USDA organic label means a lot of things. It carries with it certain guarantees, but not all the guarantees that people may attribute to it. Local_Oraginc_Farm For example, USDA organic DOES mean non-GMO seeds. It DOES mean no harmful chemical pesticides or fertilizers. But you can buy certified organic frozen vegetables in a bag that is “microwave-ready,” and the bag has probably been treated with harmful carcinogens. The food inside is organic, but it is not as healthy to microwave and eat as you might think. Same with most organic canned foods. The cans themselves are treated with chemicals that are not listed and that we know little about. Fresh organic produce comes with lots of advantages, but packaged organic foods are subject to a lot of compromises that are the result of pressure on the organic standards by large industrial food companies. For some people, the humane treatment of animals is the most important criteria in food selection. USDA organic does not speak to that at all. Eggs can be organic if the chickens laying them are fed organic feed, even if they are raised with factory-farming practices, in confinement, with clipped beaks, etc. And eggs can be labeled “cage-free” or “free-roaming” even if the chickens that lay them have never set foot outside. If the door is opened for 15 minutes a day, then the chickens are deemed to have had the “opportunity” to go outside and can be called cage-free, even though the farmer and the USDA know they never will. Organic_StrawberriesLabels on foods are usually an attempt to market products to consumers, not to share information with people about their food. BUT, if you know your farmer, and shop for local, organic, “clean food,” you have a much better chance to make healthy choices for your body, mind, and soul. There is no substitute for visiting a farm, or for knowing someone who knows the farm. At our farm, visitors are free to come and look at the pigs rooting around in the woods outside their barn. See the chickens scratching around outside their coop. See the cows grazing on the organic grass. Check out our barn. You will not find any pesticides or chemical fertilizers. When we wanted fresh goat’s milk for our infant son, we drove two hours to a goat dairy farm in central Pennsylvania and saw for ourselves how the goats were living, how they were treated and how clean the processing equipment was in the dairy, etc. Thanks to the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture for providing us with a list of all their member dairy farms. Few people have time to go on missions like that. But buying local food from a trustworthy, known source makes a huge difference. For us, it brings a confidence that we are making the best choices for our health and well-being that the organic label alone does not provide. Profeta Farms is proud to provide clean, organic, humanely-raised foods for our New Jersey community and beyond! Retail Hours Open Daily 10am to 6pm Sign Up Sign up to receive emails about seasonal items, special offers and events.

Rebeccas sheep farm

Ryan Wright

Schmidt's farm

Schmidt’s Farm

Simonson Farms

produce, Christmas trees and decor, home grown/milled wheat and rye flour, homegrown gourmet popcorn, roadside stand, wholesale

Stern Farm
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Stern Farms is located in Creamridge, New Jersey. This organization primarily operates in the General Farms, Primarily Crop business / industry within the Agricultural Production - Crops sector. This organization has been operating for approximately 51 years.

Stillwell Farms (Ernie Stillwell)
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Cut flowers variety of other vegetables


Farm Stand

Suydam Farms


TammySue's Kitchen, LLC
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Homemade Local Jarred Goods: Jams & Jellies, Pickles, Relish, Salsa, Barbecue Sauces, Fudge and Baked goods

The Farm

Chemical free vegetables, berries, cutflowers and plants.

The Mott's Farm
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Farm Stand

Tri-County Cooperative
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Uncle Pete's Produce

Von Thun Farms

West haven farm

Westerby Farms

Wright Way Farms
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