HATCHER MANGO HILL
1908 Hypoluxo Road * P. O. Box  3168 * Lantana, Florida 33462

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We enjoyed previous mango seasons providing our Hatcher giants to local customers from June through August at the stand at Hatcher Mango Hill, as well as making more shipments than ever to our growing out-of-town customer base.  Thank you all for all of your positive comments.

 

The Hatcher mango trees in our grove at Hatcher Mango Hill seem to be recovering nicely from all the hurricane damage they experienced.  They are beginning to look happy again and we're all looking forward to a good, but smaller crops for the 2007 and 2008 summer seasons. 

I want to personally thank everyone for the wonderful love and caring support that has been shown our family during our recent sad loss.  It is difficult to go on without Dick but we hope to make him proud because he has taught us well.  He will be truly missed but the Hatcher mango will continue in his honor and in his Dad's honor. They deserve nothing less for bringing us such a remarkable fruit to enjoy all these years.  God has blessed the Hatcher family with the Hatcher mango and we feel that this beautiful grove and the wonderful fruit that it produces should be preserved for future generations. 

It is with great effort and expense that we have worked hard these past months towards that goal but there is still much to be done.  Anyone wishing to volunteer their help is always much appreciated.  Thank you for your continued support. 
 

 
In 2004, Florida's very active hurricane season became a historic event with an unprecedented four hurricanes having struck the state. 

In 2005, we suffered more damage with Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma.