Sarah Frey, owner of Frey Farms, looks at the orange pumpkins she grows in Keenes, Ill. This fall, she shipped more than 5 million of them.
Sarah Frey, owner of Frey Farms, looks at the orange pumpkins she grows in Keenes, Ill. This fall, she shipped more than 5 million of them. AARON BORTON NYT
Sarah Frey, owner of Frey Farms, looks at the orange pumpkins she grows in Keenes, Ill. This fall, she shipped more than 5 million of them. AARON BORTON NYT

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