How old is the tree? Does it bloom well? I looked at your profile page and you mention your oldest peach tree (Reliance) was planted about 5 years ago, and Halehaven was planted sometime after that. Sometimes young peach trees take a while to get going but eventually become productive. Some varieties are more prone to this than others, while some peach trees never become very productive.
If the soil is poor (you mention the soil isn’t the best in your profile page) and the vigor of the tree is poor, it can take also take a little longer for peach trees to come into production.
I’ve also read all the J.H Hale offspring peaches are self-sterile, which surprises me since the sterility is a recessive trait. Either way, I’ve read Hale Haven is supposed to be a productive peach.
It was released for commercial production, so my guess is that it will produce peaches, especially since you have plenty of other peaches for pollination. If it’s a young tree, my advice would be to keep the tree for now and give it a little more time.