Growing up on a farm just outside Dayboro, you get to learn a thing or two. Like how to chase cows, get chased by cows, stack motorbikes and how to gracefully fall off a horse. We also had our own veggie garden and fruit trees. The meals we had were always fresh and full of flavour and it was only when moving out of home and eating lots of pre-packaged food that you really realise the startling difference. That’s why we now grow a lot of our own herbs and veggies.
The initial idea for Farmer Brown’s Pizzas was after a 2 am conversation with the directors of the company I was working for at the time. Their advice was “If you’re going to start a business, make sure you’re passionate about it” and my response was “Well, I’m pretty passionate about eating pizza”. After the hangover had worn away, I remembered the conversation and thought could I make this a reality?
I then spent 2 years researching, business planning, talking with friends and family, budgeting and convincing a bank that the idea was financially viable. Then in late December 2015, Farmer Brown’s Pizzas was launched.
We try our hardest to provide the freshest, tastiest pizzas we can!