Raprager Family Farms is a soft retirement venture by Justin and Amanda Raprager. With 5 children to raise and educate, and a desire to spend less time in an office and more time with their children, the Raprager’s wanted to do something more wholesome and beneficial to society.
It was always a struggle finding cost effective activities that offered both physical and mental stimulation and had outdoor options. What better opportunity for the family than to start a farm. Now, having so much land available, we want to share this with our friends and neighbors.
Join us for a weekend of fun on the farm. Everyone is welcome… Everyone is family!
What People Say
When the Keystone community heard CeeBee’s Grove was closing due to the Citrus Greening epidemic, the immediate question was what would take its’ place. Historically, the economics of Florida has shown once farms and agricultural related lands are no longer viable, more roof tops move in. Keystone’s community plan aims to keep these agricultural spaces open and specifically promotes agricultural and agri tourism. Agri tourism is an emerging way to use ag lands in an economically sustainable manner through the use of interactive activities and events, education and niche farming.
We welcome Raprager Family Farms to Keystone and wish them success in embracing the vision of Keystone’s Community Plan that blends the past, present and future of our community through Ag related endeavors.
Joshua Butts, President