The owner of the Farm Chan, Min-Hsia is the second-generation daughter-in-law. she helps manage the Farm with her husband Lin, Liang-Ching. “The mother was honored as one of ten female Shen-nong Award in the 1970s. She is really good at growing fruit and vegetables”.Her son and daughter-in-law helped throughout the transformation of the farm .The mother-in-law helps with the farming; the father-in-law helps pave the floor; the elder brother makes a green wall with the steel used to plant pitayas. The whole family works on the overall construction of the Farm together.
Visitors pick strawberries with a pair of scissors and a basket in hands. Then they buy the strawberries according to their weight. They can also make reservations for strawberry and pitaya potted plants DIY, natural and preservative-free jam DIY, and more such activities. Furthermore, most tourists dine here. Among all the dishes, “strawberry pizza” is the bestseller. Looking at these “rubies” that have become a delicious dish on the table makes the tourists smile.
“Tourists only pick large strawberries. The mother-in-law would look around the Farm and pick the strawberries the farmer would consider small but ripe and beautiful and tell her daughter-in-law that these look good and she should take them back for her grandsons.” The second-generation daughter-in-law Chan, Min-Hsia first turned the strawberries into jams for toast. Later, she made pizza spread with freshly cooked mulberry and roselle jams with walnuts to increase texture, in addition to large strawberries. With different layers of taste, the tourists are amazed by this dish. It was an instant bestseller. Strawberry wine beef stew and chicken thighs with strawberries and perillas are also popular dishes.