MoCA Family Farm RLearning Center started as a small hobby farm for the Morris Family. It was originally a mango orchard when Gigi Morris acquired the property. Her sister, Mimi Castor, also bought the land next to her. It became a weekend destination for the family, and they fondly refer to the place collectively as MoCa farm for the first syllables of their last name.
Gigi later on decided to spend more time in the farm and started few hobby farm projects, like conducting meet-ups, connecting Farmers with the Chefs. This led to the publication of "What Happens When the Farmers Meet the Chefs Cookbook" a compilation of recipes develop in the farm and their farm events.
Then, she embarked on its first flagship project, The Robby Rabbitry. In 2012, it wasn't yet a popular idea to incorporate rabbitry in farming in the Philippines, especially the use of certain breeds intended for meat production. The Robby Rabbitry was one of the primary destinations for most enthusiasts when they visit farms.
In 2014, Typhoon Glenda, created a havoc in several Calabarzon areas. For MoCA Family Farm, the rabbitry was their major casualty. About 30% of their mango trees were also uprooted.