Amadio RanchKeeping 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.
Christmas Pie Pre-Order
With Christmas around the corner, there is no better time to pre-order your holiday pie. We offer multiple pickup locations to ensure you and your family get to dine on the finest pies in town
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.
Where to Find Us
7 days a week – during daylight hours (7am to 7pm)
We have a self-serve farm stand located on our farm. We add in our selections daily so you always get the freshest items.
Peach Truck Stops
Friday – Ahwatukee Peach Truck Stop – 3:30pm to 6:30pm
Century 21 offices at 3930 E. Chandler Blvd, Phnx (NW corner at 40th St) – Starting in October- every Friday through May (except for Nov 27, Dec 25, Jan 1)
Peach Truck Stops
Saturday – Uptown Farmer’s Market – 8am – 12pm
Gilbert Peach Truck Stop -8am to 12pm
830 S. Higley Rd, Gilbert (SW corner of Higley & Warner) – Starting in October – every Saturday through May (Except Nov 28, Dec 26, Jan 2)
Farm Fresh Produce and Products
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 Our Kitchen
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.
Seasonal Tree Ripe Fruit & Vegetables Made from Scratch Fruit Pies
Savory Dinner Pot Pies All natural Jams, Salsa & Pickles
Local Honey & Pollen Farm Fresh Eggs
Explore Our Product Selection
All pies are made fresh so we will only be shipping on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each week.
Preserves, Pickles, Salsa
Checkout our farm fresh preserves, pickles, and salsa,
We harvest our honey directly from our bees for the highest quality and taste.
We are constantly making new flavors of fudge with delicious twists you won’t want to miss.
Learn More About Us
Family-run Growers of natural and organic fruits, vegetables, eggs, made from scratch pies, local honey, preserves, and pickles on the Phoenix outskirts. We are dedicated to providing our neighbors and clients with the best quality local farm experience in Arizona.
Whether you are trying to understand the story of Amadio Farm, or if you are looking for our current selection of products, our FAQ section can help you out. We have put together our top questions and have also made some explainer videos to help explain our farm. Take a look for more information.