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Dave and Carol Stelts of Enon Valley, Pennsylvania set the Pennsylvania record for heaviest pumpkin at 2,090.5 pounds. 

Farm and Dairy readers share their pumpkin art — carved, painted and decorated.

We want to see your pumpkin art — whether carved, painted or decorated — we want to see our readers’ talents.

The Pumpkin Patch at Valley Bend Farm in Marshall County, West Virginia, is owned by Betty Hickey, a 2017 Women in Agriculture award winner.

Learn to pick, prepare and cook pie and sugar pumpkins to make pumpkin puree for baking and more. It’s really not that difficult!

Throughout Autumn, deep orange vegetables are plentiful and packed with nutritional qualities linked to numerous health benefits.

A number of factors can extend the life of your jack o'lantern — color, weight, stem length, skin appearance. Learn more about picking and preserving your halloween pumpkin.

We all remember heading down to the farm or market as children to pick out that perfect pumpkin to carve and light for Trick-or-Treat.

Sure, you can buy canned pure pumpkin, but why not change up your fall cooking and baking schedule by making your own puree right from the pumpkin?

If you planted pumpkins this year and were disappointed in how they turned out, or if you’re planning on planting pumpkins next summer, keep these 6 tips in mind.
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