Pumpkin and Squash
Our pumpkin field is 10-12 acres and yields
approximately 20,000 pumpkins each season.
The pumpkins come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Our largest pumpkin to date was 57 inches in
In addition to pumpkins, we have several types of squash.
Although hubberd squash looks like a pumpkin, it is sweeter and
makes for good cooking. They can easily tip the scales at over a hundred pounds.
Ghost pumpkins, another type of squash, are often blueish looking
or white, hence the name. Crooked neck squash, also a good cooking pumpkin, has a
long crooked neck and when
ripe, is brownish-orange in color.