The Kerber's Farm shop that still exists today, seen here in the 1940's.

Kerber’s Farm, located in Huntington Long Island, was originally founded in 1941 with the construction of its first chicken coop.  The property was first established as a poultry farm, and Mr. Kerber later added a farm stand and pie shop at the foot of the property. The farm was always known for its fine baked goods, chickens, eggs, ice cream and fresh produce.  At that time, there were miles of potato fields in the surrounding area.  

By 2013 the farm had fallen into a state of disrepair and was slated for development like many of the adjacent farms.

Fortunately, the farm was saved when it was purchased by Nick Voulgaris III who used to frequent the store as a child with his family.  He was passionate about restoring the property and continuing the Kerber’s legacy.

Today, Kerber’s Farm is one of the last remaining working farms in Huntington and produces a line of packaged goods that are sold around the country through hundreds of stores including Neiman Marcus and Williams-Sonoma.  Kerber's has been featured in the Oprah Magazine, Architectural Digest, The New York Times, and countless other publications.

The Kerber's Farm store during the 1940's, with Mr. Kerber's 1941 Ford Super Deluxe Woody Wagon

Kerber's Farm in 1967

Kerber's Farm today