Bea Alonzo finally gave us a tour of their family farm in Zambales named the Beati Firma.
In the two-part video, the actress walked us through their family business, which she acquired 10 years ago. Back then, their farm only had one planted tree on it; now, it boasts more than a thousand trees, including eight-year-old mahogany trees, as well as mango and calamansi.
Apart from their plants, their all-natural farm also has cows, pigs, sheep, chickens, and ducks, which are all organic.
"It's the perfect size for the number of cows that we have. We don't do feeds. We don't do antibiotics. We don't do sprays or pesticides. It makes me so happy that it's earth-friendly," Bea shared.
Bea even called one of the areas in their property "House of Basha," named after her iconic "One More Chance" role.
The farm also has a treehouse, a pond, and a half-size court where she often bonds with her cousins. Bea said there's still a lot they're working on at the farm, and she's happy how her mom has been very hands-on in it.
"It is always a work in progress just like ourselves. I consider myself very lucky to have a mom who continuously works hard in order for this farm to be beautiful and sustainable,” she said.
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