pumpkin time

September and October is the beautiful autumn season in Southern Wisconsin and at Country Bumpkin Farm Market. The surrounding trees are changing colors, the air feels fresher and crisp, the sky is bluer, and the landscape is dotted with ripe orange pumpkins . . . even in the downtown Dells and Lake Delton where many businesses go all-out to decorate for the upcoming Autumn Harvest Festival.

Here at Country Bumpkin Farm Market, we have many varieties of pumpkins and fall decor items to make this time of year fun, festive, & easy.

  • Giant 100 lb. bright orange pumpkins
  • Larger Giant pumpkins of 200 lbs. or more  (we are very proud to have grown a perfect 800 lb. pumpkin in 2006!)
  • Deep red-orange cinderella pumpkins
  • Ghost white pumpkins
  • Orange carving pumpkins in small, medium, large, and X-tra Large
  • Freaky Gremlin Pumpkins !!!
  • Pie-making sugar pumpkins
  • Table-size decorating pumpkins
  • Small carving pumpkins
  • Mini-Jacks in both orange & ghost white
  • Wacky Gourds &  the Freaky Gourds !!!
  • Colorful squash for decorating

Whatever the quantity needed, we can accommodate you.

We also make nice, thick & strong, corn shock bundles and hay bales; and we raise colorful broom corn and Indian corn; plus many shaped gourds and colored squash.

In our photos you can view our fabulous 800 lb. giant pumpkin  that we are very proud to have grown during 2006.  Our black lab, Duke, who was the main greeter at our farm market from April of 2002 until his recent passing this early spring 2013, was a little upset that he could not pick up this pumpkin!  He was very much known as "the furry pumpkin picker" and had even been titled as such in our local newspapers!  Starting young, with small pie pumpkins, he progressed over the years to much larger sizes, and gave everyone a laugh with his antics, especially on haywagon rides to the pumpkin patch.  He could never leave the patch without picking and chewing at least one!  We miss him dearly.  He was a unique personality around the farm and lots of fun!  RIP Duke.


The squash varieties are very tasty and with proper cool storage, can last in your home through January for a winter-long treat.  Better yet, cook and freeze your favorite squash to be assured you will be enjoying it at its peak quality and moisture level.  

We grow delicata, sweet dumpling, butternut, buttercup, orange mooregold buttercup, blue hubbard, golden hubbard, acorn, golden orange acorn, spaghetti squash, and any other varieties that become new on the growing market. 

And remember, this time of year we still have yummy jumbo fall red  raspberries, watermelon, tomatoes, peppers, and cukes!  Our fall produce also includes brussel sprouts, sweet potatoes, wonderful chef-quality baking potatoes, swiss chard, kale, and herbs.