Pumpkins

EST. 2019

HOMETOWN HARVEST

PUMPKIN PATCH

FAMILY GROWN FOR LOCAL FAMILIES

You
Pick
Your
Own
Pumpkins!

HOURS

Open September 18 - October 30

Thursday:  12 pm- 6 pm

Friday: 12 pm - 6 pm

Saturday: 9 am - 6 pm

Sunday: 9 am - 6 pm

ADDRESS

7710 Weld Co Rd 62

Windsor, CO 80550

Affordable
Family
Fun for
all ages!

FREE FAMILY ACTIVITIES

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1 ACRE Mini Corn Maze

Pumpkin BOWLING

"Redneck" CORN HOLE

PHoto Opportunities

PRICING

ALL Big Pumpkins................... $0.50 per LB
Mini Pumpkins........................ $1.00 each
INDIAN CORN...........................$1.00 an EAR
Straw Bales..........................$5.00 Each
bundle OF 10 Corn Stalks......$5.00 
Entrance..............................FREE
mini corn maze......................free
photo opportunities.............free
all activities........................free
parking.................................free

ABOUT THE FARM

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our story
as local as it gets

 

We take pride in our local community. Our farm has been run by the same family for 47 years. We raise a broad range of products including alfalfa, pinto beans, sugar beets, corn, and wheat. All of the produce is sold locally during harvest.

 

We take pride in what we do but wanted to somehow give the local community the 'farm experience.' That's why we decided to open the pumpkin patch so people could come out and "harvest" their own produce. All pumpkins are grown on site and are never outsourced. What is grown is what you get.... cool huh?

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OUR FARMERS
Who make it all happen

 

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Melvin Martin has been farming since 1956.


 

Loren Martin has been farming since 1980.

Image by Karine Avetisyan

Alfalfa

Alfalfa is cut and baled, turning it into livestock feed. We typically get four cuts of hay during the year, all sold to local families to feed their livestock.

Pinto Beans

Dry Beans

We raise two varieties: pinto beans and yellow beans. Both are used for human consumption such as refried beans, soup mixes, canned beans.

Wheat Field

Wheat

Raised, harvested, and taken to local grain elevator to be converted into livestock feed. Certain varieties are milled into flour for baking purposes.

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Corn

We raise grain corn, which is actually harvested down to the kernel. We also raise silage, which utilizes the entire plant and chops it up into feed. Both styles are used to feed livestock.

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Sugar Beets

Raised, harvested, and shipped to Fort Morgan Sugar Mill to be processed into sugar.

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Pumpkins

We have raised pumpkins for several years now. This will be our 3rd year selling them to the local community. All pumpkins sold are raised on-site and never outsourced!

What We Grow

Directions

HOMETOWN HARVEST

          PUMPKIN PATCH