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The family farm has been in operation since 1865.
It was established by one Charles Anderson and was sold to a family friend, Fred Anderson, in 2000.
The farm is now owned by Fred Anderson’s grandson, John Anderson, who is also the owner of Anderson Farms.
Anderson Farms is a 10,000 acre, 4,000-acre, 200-hectare farm located on a small island in the bayou of the town of Hialeah, Florida.
Anderson Farms has been growing strawberries and other fruits for over 40 years, including many varieties such as peaches, plums, apricots, plump cherries, and pears.
It is located at the intersection of the Everglades and the Florida Keys, just south of Tampa.
The farm has three large buildings on the property, which can be used for storage, and the family has expanded the land to the point where it is now the largest agricultural land parcel in Florida.
The property includes an additional 1,000 acres of farm land, which includes a farm building, and an acreage of farm property that is not yet developed.
This article originally appeared at The Daily Meal and was reprinted with permission.