Amadio Ranch, keeping traditions and the old ways of rural Arizona life alive through heritage farming!
Our small family farm grows fruits and vegetables naturally using techniques that could be found in the 1930-1960’s era in Phoenix, and it can be tasted in every bite. Seven days a week the public can use our convenient self serve farm stand and bring home a healthy treat or side dish for your family, or catch us at one of our special events we run. Come taste the goodness of a time gone by.
Amadio Ranch is a heritage farming venture in Laveen, AZ on the outskirts of Phoenix. Established in 2010, Amadio Ranch brings back the style of small family farming that was common in the Phoenix area in the 1920’s thru 1950’s. As with many farms of that era, the farm is exclusively worked and maintained by the Amadio Family. It was common back then to eat only what you grow and Amadio Ranch has been able to provide 70-80% of their family’s needs while also supplying the community. Sustainability and all natural growing practices are paramount in our farming philosophy. Amadio Ranch is currently working on a farm tour that will mentor & inspire the community to grow their own foods and live self-sufficiently.
Using all natural practices, we produce the finest tree ripened peaches, apricots, plums, apples, pears, figs, grapes available in the state. Our heirloom vegetables include vine ripe tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, cucumbers, eggplant, okra, peppers, non-GMO sweet corn, carrots, and beets. We offer amazing gourmet onions and garlic. Pick up our fresh offerings direct from the farm to your table for a gourmet dinner tonight.
From the farm kitchen, we produce the finest made-from-scratch fruit pies available in apple, peach, cherry, blueberry, strawberry rhubarb, caramel apple, pecan and pear flavors. We offer all naturally made fruit preserves and pickles. Ingredients are simple (such as fruit, sugar, & pectin). We make home baked cookies for special events. We sell farm fresh eggs that our hens lay daily. All year long, our honey bees are hard a work making raw honey.