Hauser Hill Farms remains in compliance with state and local public health officials' safety regulations, during the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. Please check our website and social media frequently as our health officials provide further guidance. Our roadside farm stand, farmers markets at the Red Bank Galleria, Highland's Huddy Park and Keyport allow walk-up shopping. If you'd like to place an order in advance please email us here. We take every precaution while preparing your orders because your health and happiness is not only our priority... it's our livelihood. Please be sure to practice safe distancing and wear, suggested, proper face coverings. We are so grateful for your patronage and want to continue to provide you with our farm's fresh products everyday—especially during these ever-changing times.
From our farm to your table
Five generations of farming
Paul and Lizzie Hauser immigrated to the United States in the mid 1800’s from Germany and settled in New Jersey. Their youngest son, George, was born in 1878 on the original Hauser homestead. In 1925, George’s eldest son Clarence E. Hauser married Hazel Ervin, the daughter of another prominent farm family in Old Bridge, which at that time was Madison Township. The Ervin family can trace its roots on the farm as far back as 1744. This union produced three children and a thriving fruit and vegetable operation. Clarence and Hazel’s eldest son, Clarence G., continued in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps keeping the farming tradition alive...
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If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us, we are happy to address any concerns you may have. Be well and we look forward to serving you... From our farm to your table.