Hahn Farm is a family-run working farm operating year-round since 1798. The farm follows organic practices and raises healthy, hormone-free animals in clean and wholesome surroundings. Originally, Hahn Farm was a dairy farm, but about 30 years ago, Tom Hahn started diversifying the farm in anticipation of future trends.

The farm began producing more hay, raising beef cattle, and Christmas trees. Tom also had the foresight to start agri-entertainment, and the farm now hosts a fall festival for families. Hahn Farm has been growing steadily yearly, from producing hay for numerous horse and sheep farms in Dutchess County to its outstanding beef, poultry, and pork retail store, to the ever-growing fall festival.

Hahn Farm spans over 500 acres and includes 65 acres of field corn, 10 acres of sweet corn, 30 acres of pumpkins, and various fall crops. There are also 350 acres of grass hay, 50 acres of alfalfa hay, and 300 various tomato plants planted in two hoop houses. The farm also has 3 acres of spring and summer vegetables, 8 acres of Christmas trees, and 60 acres for the pasture of cattle, sheep, hogs, and chickens. Hahn Farm is also a charter member of Hudson Valley Fresh.

Hahn Farm Products

Angus Beef

  • All Natural
  • Whole, Half, Quarter or Individual Cuts
  • Freezer Ready
  • All Cuts of Meats are available at the Farm Store
  • Angus Hot Dogs, Pepperoni, Beef Sticks
  • Biggest direct-to-customer producer in Dutchess County


  • All Natural
  • Free range
  • Individual meat cuts are available at the Farm Store
  • Sausages- Sweet/ Hot Italian, Breakfast Links, Kielbasa, Chicken & Spinach


  • All Natural
  • Individual meat cuts are available at the Farm Store
  • Sausage- Lamb with Rosemary

November 29th is when our Christmas tree sales begin! Come on out and cut your own or choose from our large selection of pre-cuts!

Tree Types

White Pine – Blue-green needles; retains needles throughout the holiday season; very full appearance, little or no fragrance.

Blue Spruce – Dark green to powdery blue needles.  Good form; symmetrical; best among species for needle retention.

Douglas Fir  Good fragrance; holds blue to dark green needles well; needles have sweet scent when crushed.

Fraser Fir  Dark green needles; good needles retention; nice scent.

Concolor Fir  Medium to long, green to blue needles.  Excellent needle retention.

Cannan Fir  Medium, soft, green to very dark green needles.  Excellent needle retention.


Remembering our first issue in November 2013 featuring Mr. Tommy Hahn of Hahn Farm on the cover. It's great to see the...

Posted by Organic Hudson Valley on Saturday, January 23, 2016