HUDSONVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) - Michigan pumpkin farmers are expected to see a much better haul this year compared to last year's crop.
Pumpkins bring in about 15 million dollars to the state, and Michigan is one of the top 10 pumpkin producers in the country.
Producers at the Post Family Farm in Ottawa County said they are seeing fewer pumpkins this year due to chilly weather.
Although the MSU Extension Office said it is too early to pin down any numbers, Michigan pumpkin farmers are expected to see a better crop this year compared to 2012. Last year, many pumpkins were hit hard by dry conditions.
Prices are not expected to increase this year.
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