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LaVoy Pumpkin Farm

 
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At the LaVoy Pumpkin Farm, we keep the spirit of the business alive, originally started by Grandpa LaVoy over 50 years ago. It is nice to see people come out to the farm and support a local business. Meeting new folks is awesome and to see them come back year after year is even better.

Pumpkins:
We have a wide variety of pumpkins. Sizes range from little mini pumpkins up to the large Jack-O-Lanterns. All of them are a nice dark, golden orange and have a hard outer shell, great for carving. Our latest and newest pumpkin is the warted ones with scary "goosebumps" all over them. We also have different colored pumpkins, whether it's blue for the boys or pink for the girls. You will never find such colors anywhere else.

Gourds:
We have Crown of Thorns, and long time favorites like Spoon Gourds and Birdhouse Gourds. They come in wide varieties of different shapes and colors. They are great for decorating window sills and center pieces and make great fall presents.

Squash:
If you thought you couldn't eat squash, then think again. Our squash is the most delicious squash you have ever tasted. They are good for cooking, eating and of course decorating. We have butternut squash, acorn squash, a sweet dumpling, and hubbard (blue and orange).

Other:
Other items we sell are 8 foot tall corn stalks that will tower over any piece of decoration you have. We have gorgeous mums that would look good in any flower bed or pot. Colors vary from orange to purple, yellow to pink, and even red. Do you have any hungry critters in your back yard? Give them a tasty treat with some of our Deer and Squirrel corn. We even have colored ears of corn called Indian Corn. We also sell straw for any warm bed that your pet or animal might sleep in this winter. Email Haunt Owner
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We are located on the SE corner of Secor and Rauch. From US 23: Take Exit 9 Summerfield Rd Head East toward KOA campground Turn left on Rauch Rd Drive 2 miles, we are on your right From I-75: Take Exit 6 Luna Pier Head West on Luna Pier Rd for about 9 miles Turn right on Secor Rd Drive 1 mile, we are on your right From Toledo, Oh: Take Secor Rd 6.5 mi North of the Michigan/Ohio border We are on your right at the corner of Rauch and Secor From Adrian: Take US 223 east towards US 23 Drive about 24.5 mi Continue onto St. Anthony Rd Turn left onto Secor Rd Drive 1.5 miles, we are on your right

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