Meadowbrook Pumpkins, Gourds, and Squash

Products on this page are available in small or large quantities!

Kid in Wagon
We have coaster wagons available to help you move your pumpkins to your car.

Over 30 acres of healthy land we grow 28 varieties of the finest pumpkins. We have thousands of shapes and sizes to choose from. Varieties are chosen for disease resistance/tolerance, shell/stem quality, and shape/color to give you the best-keeping, quality pumpkins.

We offer first-grade, field-run grades, and a third-grade as well and size them for you. Pumpkins are handled carefully to protect them from bruising and stem breakage. Our pumpkins are grown to meet your needs. We sell at established market prices. Wholsale prices are set so you can profit nicely. We prefer pick-up on all price quotes FOB West Bend, Wi (our farm).

After you have visited our farm, and picked out your perfect pumpkin, visit our carving page for great stencils and pumpkin carving tips. Also, be sure to save those seeds and visit our recipes page for great pumpkin recipes.

If you would like to inquire about purchasing wholesale pumpkins, fill out the form on the contact us page.

Large wholesale orders, accepted for pumpkins of all sizes and varieties

Tall and spooky varities
Basketball and bigger varieties
Volleyball-Basketball types

Plenty of shapes from perfect to spooky and sizes big to small to choose from. You're sure to find your perfect pumpkin among our 29 varieties. Squash is also available.

Novelty and mini pumpkin varieties

3-4 inch minies
Sugar and pie, 6-8 inch
Volleyball size
Indian Corn
Indian Corn
Small Gournds
Assorted Small Gourds
Large Gourds
Med Warted Gourds

Visit our recipes page for great pumpkin recipes.

Pumpkin Facts

  • Pumpkins are grown primarily for processing with a small percentage grown for ornamental sales through you-pick farms, farmers' market and retail sales.

  • Pumpkin seeds can be roasted as a snack.

  • Pumpkins contain potassium and Vitamin A.

  • Pumpkins are used for feed for animals.

  • Pumpkin flowers are edible.

  • Pumpkins are used to make soups, pies and breads.

  • The largest pumpkin pie ever made was over five feet in diameter and weighed over 350 pounds. It used 80 pounds of cooked pumpkin, 36 pounds of sugar, 12 dozen eggs and took six hours to bake.

  • Pumpkins are members of the vine crops family called cucurbits.

  • Pumpkins originated in Central America.

  • In early colonial times, pumpkins were used as an ingredient for the crust of pies, not the filling.

  • The name pumpkin orginated from "pepon" - the Greek word for "large melon."

  • Pumpkins are fruit.

  • Colonists sliced off pumpkin tops; removed seeds and filled the insides with milk, spices and honey. This was baked in hot ashes and is the origin of pumpkin pie.

  • Native Americans flattened strips of pumpkins, dried them and made mats.

  • Native Americans called pumpkins "isqoutm squash."

  • Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for food and medicine.

Source: University of Illinois Extension

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