LOG-IN          



   Follow us on Twitter

   Become a Fan of MIXON FARMS

Mixon Fruit Farms

Wildlife Refuge

Dean and Janet Mixon are happy to share a portion of their citrus grove with Wildlife Inc. for a Florida Wildlife Care & Education Center.

We provide much needed land and shelter for orphaned and injured Birds, Animals and Reptiles. Our mission is to rehabilitate Florida wildlife for release back into the wild, and to promote education, appreciation, and respect for wildlife. For more information, visit www.wildlifeinc.org, or visit them on Facebook!

Cages are built in the grove next to orange trees as our family-owned and operated business embraces the Florida Wildlife Preserve. We invite all to come and visit, meet the animals up close and let us share our love of wildlife with you. You will surely go away inspired by the beauty of these creatures. Our animals and birds come and go as they are treated and rehabilitated. Some are released back into the wild and some must find a permanent rescue home. We are proud to share these photographs and hope you enjoy them.

For more information about visiting our grove: http://www.mixon.com/visitgrove.asp.



  Comments from Satisfied Customers:
Dear Dean Mixon,
I was down in your area a couple of weeks ago to call on a commercial account, I passed this amazing place in the middle of nowhere with all these cars in the parking lot. On my way back from my visit I went in and bought a basket of Navels and Grapefruit which did not last long at my home (eaten quickly) and noted the tours you feature. Dean, I have lived in Florida for over 25 years and I had not been in an actual Orange Grove!

To conclude, my wife and I are part of a small group of friends who make day trips on weekends so I scheduled all of us to come down from Tampa to your grove this past Saturday for the tour of your groves and the wildlife rescue operation. We all had a blast, shopped at the store with your many treasures, and ended the day at Linger Lodge - but not for the road kill menu.

Everyone in the group had such a good time they all said they would return on their own with their visiting relatives, nephews, nieces, and grandchildren.

Thank you for this great experience and the wonderful work done by the wildlife rescue folks. I wish you all the success in the world! Have a great 2012.

Kindly,
--- David Dodd
Click Here to Read More...


 

Tour Mixon’s on the
Orange Blossom Express


Mixon ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAM TOURS are 11:00am and 1:00pm, Monday through Saturday. Closed on Sunday. CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4. Tram tours are $10.00 for Adults, $5.00 for Children 3 - 12, and the little ones 2 and under ride for free! (Prices are plus tax.) Tours last approximately one hour, WEATHER PERMITTING. If thunderstorms are present, tram tour will not take place. Please CALL AHEAD, if you have questions!

Click to verify BBB accreditation and
to see a BBB report. Fresh From Florida

Florida Attractions Association   

Florida's Sweetest Attraction

2525 27th Street East
Bradenton, Florida 34208-7467
(941) 748-5829 • 800-608-2525
Fax: (941) 748-1085
Email: Info@Mixon.com

Mixon GROVESIDE MARKET is open 10:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Saturday. Closed Sunday. CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4.
Mixon ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAM TOURS are 11:00am and 1:00pm, Monday through Saturday. Closed on Sunday. CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4. Tram tours are $10.00 for Adults, $5.00 for Children 3 - 12, and the little ones 2 and under ride for free! (Prices are plus tax.) Tours last approximately one hour, WEATHER PERMITTING. If thunderstorms are present, tram tour will not take place. Please CALL AHEAD, if you have questions!
Mixon GROVESIDE CAFE is open 8:30am to 3:00pm, Monday through Saturday. Closed Sunday. CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 4.
Mixon OFFICE HOURS are 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday. Closed Saturday AND Sunday. CLOSED ON MONDAY, JULY 4.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016


 Catalog RequestFruit in Season  | Fruit & Plans  | Specialty Assortments | Treats | Gift ShopFudge | Honey | Jelly
| Corporate Gifts  | Fundraising | About Mixon | Location | References