COVID-19 UPDATES

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 state of NJ and the CDC.

July 1, 2020

Our Farm Market, Greenhouses, and Barnyard are open to the public.

Market Updates:
Our Farm Market is open for in-store shopping.
1) All of our produce, poultry, eggs, kitchen, and bakery items 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.

2) All individuals over the age of 2 must wear face coverings that cover mouth and nose (please be prepared to bring your own) to shop at our market at all times in accordance with CDC recommendations and NJ state guidelines. Abma's Farm is a private business and reserves the right to protect our employee's and customer's safety and to provide a safe environment. Guests who are unable to wear masks, or who have a medical condition are asked only to produce a medical note advising that these requirements are to be waived. The individual’s health condition does not have to be stated in the doctor’s note.
Section 36.2018 of ADA Title III does not require a public accommodation to permit an individual to participate in or benefit from the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages and accommodations of that public accommodation when that individual poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.

3) The Tomasello Tasting Room is open for walk-in shopping.
Tomasello is not currently offering wine tastings inside our market. Click here for a list of wines available for purchase.

4) We're now picking fresh produce from our fields every day.
For a list of our current seasonal homegrown produce items, please click here.

5) Covid-19 restrictions are lifting and our wonderful volunteers are going back to their jobs; therefore, the last day we can offer delivery and curbside pickup services is Friday, June 19, 2020. We thank our volunteers from the bottom of our hearts, and we thank you, our loyal customers, for choosing us to provide you with fresh groceries throughout the last 14 weeks. Our market, greenhouses, and Barnyard are open for walk-in shopping, and we're starting to pick fresh seasonal produce from our own fields!

Greenhouse Updates
Our open air garden center and greenhouses are open for walk-in shopping.
1) All individuals must wear face coverings where social distancing is not possible, e.g. at checkout.
2) We are offering hands on floral workshops with limited capacity; please click here to find out more. 

Barnyard Updates
As of July 1st, General Admission tickets are available in 3 different ways!
1) Online, via our website. General admission tickets (no time slots) are available same day: every morning at 7am for that day. Once you purchase tickets online, you will receive an email with ticket codes; please print or bring up on your phone for scanning when you check in at the Barnyard Booth.
2) In person, cash only at the Barnyard Booth.
3) In person, credit card at the Farm Market. Please bring your receipt to check in at the Barnyard Booth.

We are increasing capacity in the Barnyard while continuing to maintain a safe outdoor environment for you and your family.

All individuals must please continue to follow our Barnyard guidelines, including wearing face coverings for mouth and nose at all times where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, in accordance with NJ state guidelines and CDC recommendations, except where doing so would inhibit the individual’s health or where the individual is under two years of age. Abma's Farm is a private business and reserves the right to protect our employee's and customer's safety and to provide a safe environment. Guests who are unable to wear masks, or who have a medical condition are asked only to produce a medical note advising that these requirements are to be waived. The individual’s health condition does not have to be stated in the doctor’s note.
Section 36.2018 of ADA Title III does not require a public accommodation to permit an individual to participate in or benefit from the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages and accommodations of that public accommodation when that individual poses a direct threat to the health or safety of others.

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

Education at Abma's Farm
1) Per Governor Murphy's EO, we are holding half-day Summer Camp at Abma's Farm with proper restrictions and precautions in place. For more information on our Summer Camp, please email [email protected]
2) All birthday parties at Abma's Farm are cancelled through early September.
3) As more information is given to us regarding the 2020 fall school year, we will make updates regarding class trips to our farm. 

With love and gratitude,
the Abma Family