Posted on October 20, 2012
Congratulations To Our Pumpkin Donation Request Drawing Winners!!!

This Year’s Pumpkin Donation Drawing Winners Are:
Hawthorne Hill Elementary (Angie Stott)
Residential Care Facility (Rita Dillon)
Johnson Elementary PTA (Stephanie Tyler)
Chapel Lakes Elementary (Jacque Hayes)
Langsford House of Lee’s Summit (Carla Griffin)
*Please contact Faulkner’s Ranch to set up a time to pick up your pumpkins.
Thank you for all of your entries!Remember, if you didn’t win this time you stay in the drawing pot for future drawings until your group’s name is drawn.
As a bonus thank you to everyone who entered, all donation request groups will receive a special rate on mini-pumpkins while supplies last.  Mini-pumpkins will be only $ .50 a piece, our lowest price available to any group!
Just call 816-761-1234 and place your order over the phone!  We’ll package them up and have them ready to go for pickup Monday through Friday!
Posted on October 18, 2012
Remember when we told you that Joel Nichols from KMBC 9 News Kansas City came by the ranch for some Pumpkin Season fun?
Well, just in case you missed it when it aired this past Sunday, here he is is having a rip roarin’ good time!
Joel Nichols interviewing our spokesperson, Corey!
Have a great day ya’ll!

PS – For more videos of Faulkner’s Ranch, click here!
Posted on October 5, 2012
Remember when Joel Nichols visited the ranch back in September!
Well, our favorite hilarious weatherman was back this week to have some Pumpkin Season fun!
Here he is interviewing Corey, our spokesperson!
Tune into KMBC 9 News on the morning of Sunday, October 14th to see what these two were chatting about!
And just in case you missed it, CLICK HERE to see Joel horsing around at the ranch back in September.
We told you he was hilarious folks!
Come have fun like Joel did out at the ranch this weekend for Wild Western Weekend!
Remember, if you wear a cowboy hat you get $1.00 off admission!
Have a great day ya’ll!
Posted on October 1, 2012
It’s Fall Ya’ll!
Which means that it is time to get out that fall decor!  Of course, no fall home is complete without some of our favorite little orange guys.
We’re talking about pumpkins folks!
So, before we share with you all of our awesome pumpkin decorating ideas, we thought that we would give you the lowdown on how to pick the best of the best when it comes to your pumpkins.
Tips for Selecting the Perfect Pumpkin
Look for pumpkins that are rich in color.
Look at the pumpkin from all sides to make sure that there are no bruises, soft spots, scars or signs of mold.

Choose a pumpkin that feels firm and heavy for its size.
Turn the pumpkin over and place pressure on the bottom with your thumbs. If it flexes or gives your pumpkin is not fresh.
Check that the stem is solidly attached (but never pick it up by the stem, hold your pumpkin by the base).
A green stem indicates a freshly harvested pumpkin.

Set the pumpkin on flat ground to make sure it’s level.
How many will you need? 
Odd numbers are better. 3 should be the minimum number in your display.
What sizes?
A variety! One big, one medium, and one small is a nice start.
What about those weird looking ones?
Yes, the gourds and the squash!  Don’t be afraid of using these just because they’ve got some bumps.  Gourds and squash add visual interest to your display!
And remember…
Set your pumpkins in cool, dry place that is not in direct sunlight.
Also, never set the pumpkin directly onto your mantle.  Always place the pumpkin on a non-permeable surface.  This can be a flat candle plate, oatmeal box top, or folded up tinfoil.
This is a precaution in case the bottom of your pumpkin begins to rot and leak over time.
Lastly, remember safety first!  If you plan on using your fireplace, make sure that you have nothing flammable hanging from it.
For tips on preserving your pumpkins, click here.

At Faulkner’s Ranch, we make your job easy!
We only display the finest pumpkins.  All of the pumpkins you will find in our Harvest Barn are a deep orange in color.  No broken stems.  No bruises.
Only the best of the best!

Have a great day ya’ll and we hope to see you soon!
PS – Check out the awesome events that we have coming up.  First up, Wild Western Weekend on October 6th and 7th!


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