Uncooked, uncured ham can be stored in the freezer for up to six months, while cooked, uncured ham can be frozen for three to four months. Uncooked cured ham can be frozen for three to four months, and cooked cured ham can be frozen for one to two months.
When foods are stored at 0 degrees Fahrenheit, they are safe for consumption indefinitely. However, when these recommended freezer storage times are exceeded, a loss of quality can occur. Quality loss can include freezer burn and changes in color, texture and flavor. Defrosting frozen ham should be completed in the refrigerator, under cold water or in the microwave.