Our annual fundraiser of breakfast and a tour of the Adams Ranch, known for its conservation efforts as well as its Braford cattle breed, is one of the most popular events of the year. We’re done for this year, but stay tuned for next year.

Spaces are limited. You’ll want to be sure you’re on board for a hot breakfast that will would satisfy a ranch hand and a tour of the bird-filled fields and ponds.


This “Taste of Old Florida” provides an opportunity to learn about cattle ranching and to see indigenous wild life, including a large variety of birds, deer, hogs, turkeys and gators that co-habit the ranch that was founded in 1937. The 15th largest cattle ranch in the country is a shining example of holistic management, which balances nature without resorting to the use of chemicals and pesticides. Please join us for this great outing and meet some members of the Adams family.


We lost the driving force behind the ranch, Alto “Bud” Adams in September 2017, but his spirit lives on in his family which still operates the successful cattle business, including the recent introduction of grass-fed Braford beef to select meat retailers and a Fort Pierce restaurant.