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Empowering & Connecting Farmers

With 100+ years of combined industry experience, the Farmers Alliance team can help tackle issues many farmers run into when trying to get their products to shelves. We have partnered with top-tier companies to offer farmers exceptional and unprecedented services. From pre-planting to harvest and through to packaging, we're here to help nurture and maintain your long term success. With grounded knowledge, we work with farmers to unleash the potential of their crops and distribute them in a fresh, timely, quality way to food sellers and consumers. Meet some of the farmers we've helped below.

MEET THE FARMERS

 

B&H Farms

Dustin is one of the owners and members of B & H Farms located in Immokalee, FL.  He was born in Illinois and raised on a cattle and grain farm. He and his family moved to Florida when he was 13. In 2008, he started farming here in Florida after the "crash" and now grows (along with his partner Stacey) tomatoes, bell pepper, jalapeno peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, cucumbers, watermelons along with a variety or other miscellaneous vegetables on 1500 acres.  Dustin married his wife Stacie in 2001 and has twins, Ty and Rylee.

Stacey is another owner and member of B&H Farms located in Immokalee, FL. He is a 4th generation vegetable farmer born in Gainesville, FL and raised in Immokalee. His dad farmed in Immokalee for 35 years and had an integral role in the start of B & H Farms! Before moving into the vegetable production side of the industry, Stacey was a citrus production manager for 18 years. His primary role is a Field Sales Representative in crop protection, so his knowledge and expertise ranges far and wide.

What they grow:

Tomatoes

- Bell Peppers

Jalapeños

- Yellow Squash

Zucchini

- Cucumbers

- Watermelons

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Purvis Farms

Wade grew up in Plant City, FL where he discovered his love for the land early on. He watched his grandfather tend to his vegetable farm there and Wade always had a garden in the yard growing up. He graduated from Florida Southern University and started farming in Immokalee in 1986. He now farms 2000 acres of green beans, edamame Lima beans, and a wide variety of peas, and watermelons. He married his wife Karen in 1987 and has two kids who are both involved in the farm. Kyle runs Alliance Packing in Immokalee and Shayla helps behind the scenes with social media and compliance.

What they grow:

- Green Beans

- Edamame

- Lima Beans

- Peas

- Watermelon

Center Hill Farms

Kyle is a 2nd generation farmer from Bowling Green, FL and began farming with his father as a child. He spent 12 years closely working with his father in his grove care-taking business, managing 3300 acres of citrus groves. For the last 7 years he has ventured out on his own and has been farming in various locations in Hardee and Manatee Counties. He currently farms watermelons, tomatoes, peppers, squash, eggplant, and beans over 400 acres. Kyle has been married to his wife Sandee for 8 years and they have two children Rocco and Rory.

What they grow:

- Bell Peppers

- Tomatoes

- Grape tomatoes

- Watermelon

- Squash

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Powe Farms

Powe Farms is located in Cairo, GA and is run by Ricky Powe who was born and raised right there in Cairo, GA. He has farmed for over 35 years and his farm is on the same dirt his grandfather started farming in 1952. In 1952, his grandfather spent $2,195 on all the equipment needed to farm 150 acres at that time. Powe farms currently grows a variety of peppers and tomatoes. Ricky got started with his farming career in 1984 with about 20 acres of Lima beans and still has some of the same loyal customers from the day he started. Today, he farms a variety of tomatoes, peppers, pickles, yellow squash, zucchini, and half runner beans. Powe Farms has also started transferring some of their conventional crops over to organic crops to provide a larger selection to customers.

What they grow:

- Tomatoes

- Peppers

- Pickles

- Yellow Squash

Zucchini

- Half Runner Beans

Wilson's Cedar Point Farms

Joel Wilson of Wilson’s Cedar Point Farms grew up in Nancy, KY where his farm is located. He farmed all his life and started on the vegetable side of things in 2000. Today he has a wide range of product including strawberries, jalapeno and bell pepper, tomatoes, green beans, sweet corn and a variety of other veggies. He and his wife Beth first met around the same time as his first pepper crop and today she is involved in the ag industry as well working as an Extension Agent for Horticulture.  They were married in 2001 and have 2 children.

What they grow:

- Strawberries

Jalapeños

- Bell Peppers

- Tomatoes

- Green Beans

- Sweet Corn

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Del Valle Fresh

Del Valle Fresh is owned and operated by Antonio and Esmeralda Sandoval. Antonio was born in Madera, California and raised in Mexico.  Esmeralda was born in Naples, Florida and raised as a migrant worker traveling throughout the east coast following the harvesting seasons with her family.  Antonio was brought to Florida in the early 90’s to harvest tomatoes primarily with his brother and sister that were stationed in Immokalee, Florida. Soon after they grew their sole proprietorships into a small business of traveling harvesters and sharecroppers throughout the northern part of Florida into the western part of Tennessee and the Asheville area of North Carolina alongside of South Carolina.

Antonio & Esmeralda met in 1999 and decided to engage in a lifelong commit of marriage and work. They decided to move to South Carolina in 2010.  While tomatoes have always been their main source of expertise for many years, they’ve since introduced zucchini, yellow squash, cucumber and pickles to their planting schedule. 

What they grow:

- Tomatoes

- Zucchini

- Yellow Squash

- Cucumber

- Pickles

Revis Farms

Jim grew up working with his Dad, Grandfather and Uncle growing vegetables and apples.  At the age of 13 his family moved to Haiti for Agriculture Missions, which still goes on today.  After high school Jim moved back to North Carolina where he started a Landscape Company and married his wife, Tina.  They have two sons, Luke and Cole which help with their businesses today.  Both attended Clemson University in the Agriculture Mechanization Program. The Revis family farms 30 acres of apples and 100 acres of mixed vegetables and tomatoes.  

What they grow:

- Apples

- Bell Peppers

- Tomatoes

- Cucumber

- Squash

- Eggplant

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H & H Farms

What they grow:

- Grape Tomatoes

Ray Wilson Farms

Ray Wilson farmed some with his dad Roy as an adult. For thirty years he worked at a plant called Square D. Ray’s “other job” was spraying the fields at night. At the time it was only a few acres. He took early retirement and started his farming career. After the purchase of a one row bedder he began conventional farming on the produce side. In 2001 Wilson Farms Inc was established. Today, he has a wide range of product on approximately 150 acres, and predominantly sells several varieties of tomatoes and peppers to the Farmers Alliance.

What they grow:

- Tomatoes

- Bell Peppers

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Corbitt Family Farms

What they grow:

- Bell Peppers

Tomatoes

- Watermelon

- Cucumber

- Squash

Location:

212 Jerome Drive

Immokalee, FL 34142

239-658-5732

 

SHIPPING:
469 New Market Rd E.

Immokalee, FL 34142

 

MAILING:

PO Box 3330

Immokalee, FL 34143

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