At Abma’s Farm, the health and well-being of our employees, customers, and community is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you are experiencing during this time, and we are committed to being as responsive as possible while the situation surrounding COVID-19 evolves.
The following is an outline of steps we have taken, as guided by the CDC.

May 27, 2020

Our Barnyard is open to the public.
Starting May 28, ticket sales are ONLINE ONLY and available for SAME DAY visits. (Temporarily!)
We have set new requirements to visit the Barnyard:
- All visitors over 2 years of age must wear a face mask or face covering, as per CDC guidelines.
- Social distancing of 6 feet is in effect.
- Maximum capacity in the Barnyard limited to 25 persons.
- Barnyard Booth Staff will wear face mask and gloves while helping patrons.
- Animal crackers are available to purchase, cash only at the booth. Pellet machines will not be in operation. Do not bring outside food to feed our animals.

For More Information About Our Barnyard and To Purchase Tickets, Click Here.

*Governor Murphy's executive order requires outdoor recreational businesses that reopen to limit capacity to 25 individuals at one time and implement restrictions.

April 20, 2020

- Our Farm Market remains open for walk-in shopping.
All our produce, chicken, eggs, bakery items, kitchen items, etc. are handled according to food safety policies and continue to be safe for consumption. Please bear with us if some items are out of stock.
Click here to see what we offer at the farm market.

- Non-surgical face masks/face  coverings are now required to shop at our Farm Market.

- The Tomasello Tasting Room remains open for walk-in shopping and curb-side pickup.
Please note, we can not offer wine tastings at this time. Click here for a list of what we offer!

- Practice social distancing and be respectful of other people's space.
We have limited the number of people in our market to 10 persons at a time.

- We have measures in place to keep both our customers and employees as safe as possible.
We've increased the amount of deep cleaning in all areas, including counter tops, register and credit card processors, and shopping carts. For your convenience, hand sanitizer is available pump-style at our market during your visit. We have installed plexiglass partitions at all registers for the safety of our employees and customers.

- We are offering FREE grocery delivery to seniors in local towns.
 Helping seniors and immunocompromised persons in need is our first priority. Excludes Sundays. Please be advised, this service has a high demand.
Please click here to learn more and place your order.

- We are offering curbside pickup to high-risk/immunocompromised in local towns.
Minimum 15 items. Excludes Sundays.
Please click here to learn more and place your order.

- We are now updating our kitchen and bakery offerings daily.
Please click here to view. 

- For new customers, we now have a list of produce, essentials, and gourmet items that we offer in the market.
Please click here to view.

- Our open air Garden Center and Greenhouses are now open.
Walk-in shopping, curbside pickup, and delivery are available.

- In accordance with Bergen County school districts and the CDC, we are canceling all educational programs, spring break camp, events, and birthday parties through the end of May. Any questions about our Chicks & Bunnies event can be emailed to [email protected]

- Summer Camp 2020 is currently on hold.
If we cancel, all deposits will be refunded.

- Our outdoor, free range Barnyard is now closed to our customers.
It is our goal to open back up to the public on May 1st.

We encourage you to remain calm, stay informed, be patient, and practice kindness. We are all in this together!

With love and gratitude,
Valerie Abma
The Abma Family

"By all the “containment” directives issued to date, agriculture and its supportive businesses have been deemed “essential” and are therefore exempt from shut-down. EO 107 specifically mentions “farms” and “farm markets”; since agriculture in most aspects is considered a wholesale not a retail business, it should be exempt; the federal Department of Homeland Security defines agriculture as an “essential industry” (see 11-page March 20 CISA guidance document), which New Jersey adopted in its entirety. EO 107 expressly exempts “engaging in outdoor activity,” thus allowing field work and commercial landscaping. The authority to issue further clarifications on “essential business” is vested with the Superintendent of State Police, to whom Ag Secretary Doug Fisher may appeal if need be." -NJFB