Oregon Farmer Wins Biggest Pumpkin Contest
DEBORAH AMOS, host:
Good morning. I'm Deb Amos.
Eighty contestants hauled their biggest pumpkins to the annual weigh-off in Half Moon Bay, California. And then there was Thad Starr. He crushed the competition with his entry - a 1,524-pound giant. The Oregon man wins six dollars per pound, which adds up to a pumpkin worth more than $9,000. That's a lot of pie.
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