Rodney Howard

Rodney Howard and the fourth generation of Howards, Max and Briella.

Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Pumpkins can be found at 338 Sartwell Creek Road in Port Allegany.

There are 29 varieties available at reasonable prices. Colors range from orange to white, blue and green. There are stackable pumpkins for decoration. And if you want to make a pie, there are traditional pumpkins too.

Howard AgVentures is a third-generation family owned farm established by Harold D. Howard in 1938. Now his grandson, Rodney, and family cultivate the land.

“Sweet corn season is almost over. It is time to move on to fall vegetables,” stated Rodney’s wife, Judy. “We have millionaire spaghetti squash, a low carb squash good for keto dieters.”

The Howard’s offer straw bales, hay bales, corn stalks and sunflowers. For more info visit Howard AgVentures on Facebook or call Nate at 814-574-2785.