Farming roots run deep in both of our families, so it was natural that we would carry on this tradition. We married in 1987 and began farming cotton, grain, sorghum, and wheat on land that had been in Patti’s family for generations. Like a lot of businesses, farming is cyclical and it was during one of the low periods that we started looking for ways to diversify and stumbled into an aspect of agriculture that we had not considered before: Agritourism. The idea that we had something to offer other than our crops had not crossed our minds. To experience what our farm had to offer was new to us, but it was also exciting to think that we could also share our love for what we do while making new friends.
As we begin our 13th season, we would like to say thank you to everyone who has visited our farm and continued to support us. Also, we would like to thank our parents for their support, as well as for passing on to the next generation a love for the land, a heritage rich in family values, hard work, and good stewardship. Working together as a family, our children Eric, Emilee, and Allison have always been a part of this growing business. May your time with us be a unique experience while creating memories with family and friends.
Take a hayride out to the patch, stroll through the vines and pick your perfect pumpkin. Many varieties to choose from. Prices range from $1 and up.
Pumpkin HallowHAYRIDE TO PUMPKIN HOLLOW - $5
September 27 - November 23
FRIDAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY EVENINGS
As soon as the sun sets the hayride begins!
Our son, Eric, a graduate art major from Texas Tech has carved over 150 pumpkins with designs from Disney characters, The Wizard of Oz, famous people, and American theme and much more! Come see the illuminated pumpkins by the harvest night sky.