We still have nice, juicy tangelos left for picking.  They make wonderful tangelo juice.  Next weekend will be our last weekend for the tangelo season. We will be running a special this weekend. For every pound of tangelos purchased, you can get a pound for free.  So if you pick 20 pounds, we will only charge you for 10 pounds.  If you show a military id, you can get two pounds free for every pound  purchased.

We have planted various vegetables, strawberries, and some flowers, etc.  As soon as they are ready, will we have a Farmers market on Saturday mornings to sell the fresh vegetables, flowers, farm fresh eggs, etc.  More to follow on the Farmers market.

Hours of Farm

We will be open Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays beginning February 11th from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm through the first of March.

Starting this weekend, our hours will be  Saturdays from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. and Sundays from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.  We will have these weekend hours through February.

If these times do not work for you, please call 928-446-8706 for an appointment.

We have still have an abundant supply of tangelos, some grapefruit and lemons.


Brown sugar is made by adding molasses to white sugar and is sold in dark or light brown colors.  It has a tendency to lose moisture and develop lumps.

  • When a recipe asks for brown sugar, make sure that when measuring it, you are packing it down very well in the measuring cup.
  • If brown sugar gets very hard, you can soften by placing 1/4 apple in the bag.
  • Brown sugar can also be softened by placing in the microwave for 40 seconds.
  • If your brown sugar is lumpy, use a food process or to break up the lumps.
  • If you store brown sugar in the freezer, it will not clump up.  It is best though to place it in an plastic baggie and remove it from the box.