Kerber’s Farms is one of the last remain working farms in Huntington. (Credit: Kerber’s Farms)
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Kerber’s Farm began innocently enough with the construction of a chicken coop in 1941. What was first as a poultry farm was quickly complemented with a farm stand and pie shop. For decades, Kerber’s Farm stood at the same location on Huntington’s Pulaski Road, serving the community fresh produce, chicken, eggs and baked goods. (more…)
Mattituck farmer Ken Jurow is deep into his second season at Long Season Farms growing organic heirloom tomatoes in plastic greenhouses as well as other vegetables in raised beds on land he leases in Aquebogue on Main Road. (more…)
The must have produce this time of year: Asparagus.
“Asparagus is king” this time of year, said Dawn Carlson, produce manager of Harbes Family Farm. The spring crop has been fresh for the picking since April, and will remain a staple produce through June. (more…)