Wambach Farms started out as a family farm. George Wambach farmed hundreds of acres to bring fresh homegrown product to market. The next generation of Wambachs brought in the retail aspect, setting up a roadside stand. Everett Wambach took the practice of servicing the customer to new levels. Never before has a vendor offered fresh “that day” produce. This brought on the advent of the Farm Market Industry.
Markets flourished for decades with canning enthusiasts buying all thy could to store food for the winter months. Everett Wambach, seeing a need for sales outside the harvest season, began to buy a land in southern New York. The land was soon wheeled into a growing mecca for Christmas trees. Wambach’s supplied all the Christmas trees for the New York State Boy Scouts. Another operation that was launched was the flower industry.