The story of Kerber’s Farm predates the brand today we all know and love. Originally founded in 1941, the farm served as an integral part of the lifeblood of the local community. One young local Huntington boy in particular would often frequent the farm with his mother around the holidays. Back then, Kerber’s Farm would supply young Nick Voulgaris III and his family chicken, turkey, eggs and pie and helped transform holidays into joyous festivities. But like many farms in the area, by 2013, it had fallen into a state of disrepair and was slated to be redeveloped into condominiums. Feeling a kinship with the farm that helped sustain him and his family, Nick decided he couldn’t let Kerber’s meet that fate and stepped in to purchase and save the farm. Nick’s dedication to restoring the property and preserving Kerber’s, together with his passion for food, has revitalized the farm. Kerber’s is now one of the last remaining working farms in Huntington and is forging a new legacy through its amazing homemade pies, baked goods, jams, and a specialty line of packaged goods. Kerber’s has been featured in Oprah Magazine, Architectural Digest, the New York Times and countless other publications. The Kerber’s Farm of today might not be quite the same as its original namesake, but the current iteration is carrying on the tradition of making long lasting memories for the local community.