About


Located at: 33 Rahilly Road Wrighstown, NJ 08562

Robson's Farm is a fourth generation (after a 6 year gap...it's good to be back!) orchard fruit, vegetable, and cut flower farm in Central New Jersey.

After my Grandpop and Dad passed away in 2006, with much sadness we said goodbye to the big farm.  We did however, keep 40 acres up the street from the original farm 
on Rt. 537.


   And 6 years later in 2013 Robson's Farm became a 4th generation farm.

Rose on an Ag Leadership trip to Arizona super excited about orange picking (but who wouldn't be excited about orange picking?!)

 

What we're doing on the farm... 
  • growing delicous and beautiful vegetables
  • bunching up cut flowers and giving you the chance to pick your own flowers! 
  • producing sweet and juicey peaches and nectarines (not producing yet but soon are apples, quince, and pawpaws) 
  • taking lots of photographs and blogging which we love to do and hope you enjoy

To get your fill of goods visit us at one of the Farmers' Markets and check out our Market CSA, where you have a debit type account with the farm that you use at the tailgate market or on the farm at the Purple Farmstand!  

The Purple Farmstand is also open to everyone. Come visit Thursday-Saturday during the summer months.

Thank you so much for checking out our farm and we hope to see you soon! 



Check out this post on the Frequently Asked Questions I get. 

Read about our Farming Practices 

rose robson with zinnias in front of the purple farmstand
A Little History...

We actually started with our main focus on dairy when 
Arthur Kidd Robson (Great grandfather ) bought the farm in 1932.  


After a fire took the dairy barns my Grandpop sold the cows and began full time vegetable production.


From there we acquired more land and eventually farmed 1,200 acres. 

one of our tomato fields

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  2. I am so happy that you are back and to this extent! You will have our full support in the future. I'm just sorry it took this long to "see" your new business. The loss of your father and grandfather was so very sad. Both really good men who were a big part of our community. The selling of the farm was felt personally. I had been going there for over 60 years, from when your sweet great grandmother ran the stand by herself selling eggs, veggies and a few fruit. Best of luck!

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  3. Thank you so much for your sweet message! Made my day!

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