Welcome to our farm

Dean Bruschi, Owner, is a fourth generation farmer. His great grandfather farmed in Northern Italy teaching his children the business. Dean's grandfather migrated to Pennsylvania from Italy and began farming and raising three sons and a daughter (Walt, Amerigo, Dale, and Gloria). While Walt kept farming in South Western Pennsylvania until his passing, Dean's late father (Dale Bruschi) and his Uncle (Amerigo Bruschi), affectionately known as 'Shorty' moved to Florida in the late 1940's and started farming in the Ft. Lauderdale area.

As the south Florida area grew, they found themselves moving further and further north. Dean's Uncle Shorty (Amerigo) expanded his farming adventure into the u-pick business.

After the passing of his parents Dean moved his family to Palm City, FL to continue his dream and pursue his passion for farming.

Over the years Dean and his family have gone from a simple seasonal Upick to a produce market adding numerous activities such as a petting zoo, Gemstone mining, mini mazes, corn cannon, barrel train rides, hayrides and even a real train named after his grand-daughter that can be enjoyed by all. Our produce market is more like a country store. Our Upick fields during season (October-May) contain a plethora of vegetables grown for taste and nutritional value not for looks. None of the produce we grown is genetically modified(GMO).

Our CSA( Community Supported Agriculture) program has grown over the last three years to near capacity (there are still some memberships available). As one of our CSA members said "This is one of the best CSA programs in the Treasure Coast including Palm Beach county."

Dean and the rest of his family invite you to come and enjoy the 'fruits' of their labor.

Farm News

General Admission

General admission for acess all activities outside of the barn. The price is $3 per person over the age of 15.


U-Pick is open. Produce available for picking. Tomatoes, Eggplant, cucumbers, kirby cucumbers, lettuce, Hot Peppers and kale.

Five-Star Chef Greg Williamson

Sunday February23rd