Puckerville Farm is a family-oriented farm that produces a variety of fine crops and products including pumpkins, Christmas trees, and glass artwork.
The farm area was originally owned by the Lister family and was then bought by other family members. In 1991, John Homerding, Lister family's grandson decided to make a sign and start selling pumpkins in front of their house. The business grew over the years, creating great family memories. In 2002, Rick Homerding took over the pumpkin farm after the passing of his father. He and his fiancee', Joy, bought both the home and business from his step-mother in 2003. They soon expanded the business by including Christmas trees, garland, and wreath.
In 2011, the farm hosted a festival with a "largest pumpkin" contest, hayrides, and other family-friendly activities. The farm is truly a labor of love, putting wonderful family experiences over monetary profit.
Puckerville Farm continues to provide sweet memories and experiences to their families and customers alike.