From 1848 to present, families from New Jersey have enjoyed fresh dairy products from the farm that has come to be known as Applegate Farm.
Located fifteen minutes west of New York City, one can step back into time when you visit Applegate Farm. You can see the original farm house that saw many slaves to freedom during the Civil War, as well as an authentic tile silo, one of three built in New Jersey in 1919.
With its reputation and notoriety, Applegate Farm has survived the Civil War, The Great Depression, and two World Wars. To this day people travel miles to enjoy the nostalgia and charm that Applegate Farm offers.