About H.G. Miller Farm Inc.
We are a small farm operating on 20 acres of land situated in the North East corner of Elma. The farm was established in 1853 by the Nuendorf family and purchased by my parents in 1976. That year the first greenhouse was erected. It was a glasshouse that we took down in Hamburg in 1975. From 1976 thru 1988 my Dad, Harvey, grew spring flowers and vegetables which he sold at market where he was a charter member. Harvey also raised chickens for eggs, pigs for freeze trade, and some beef cattle.
In 1988 my brother James and I decided to go into business with our Dad and subsequently established H.G. Miller Farm, Inc. James soon left the business as it was getting too big for his liking. Harvey and I then operated it till his sudden passing in 1998.
We are currently managing approximately on 1 acre of greenhouse space where we grow flowers year round. We also have recently started Hi-tunnel growing operation that allows us to get an early start and late finish for vegetable production.
We also have a large flock of laying hens. Eggs are sold at the greenhouse as well as the East Aurora Farmer's Market.
Along with the eggs we have an extensive crop of alliums including garlic, leaks, onions, and shallots. We also have a wide variety of vegetables such as arugula, eggplant, lettuces, peppers, squash, and tomatoes along with herbs such as basil, cilantro, and parsley.
Thank you for your continued business and support.
Owner/Operator: Gerry Miller