And how someone could steal it...as it weights three hundred pounds.
WMBD's Andrew Barra takes a look at how the stand's owners are trying to snatch it back.
At the Hammer's Farm Market - you can buy pumpkins, mums, jelly....but none of them are their star attraction.
Owner Ida Hammer says, "Its not an ordinary pumpkin. Huge. Giant. Charlie Brown pumpkin. People could come bring their kids and have their picture with them."
And now, its missing.
Hammer says, "Sometime between 6:30 Sunday evening and 10 Monday morning, somebody stole one of them."
Hammer's son, Roger, adds, " She called me asking if I had done something witht he big pumpkin. I said, 'No, why?' She said someone must have stolen it."
When owner Ida Hammer came in to work today, she noticed that the pumpkin was gone. She presumes it was stolen, as a three hundred pound pumpkin can't walk away.
Hammer says, " I don't have any idea who would want to do it. I don't know if it is just kids that think, 'let's get this big pumpkin and have fun with it.' I don't know."
The Hammer's have been using the pumpkin as a way to draw in customers. The stand is Ida's main source of income.
Roger Hammer says, "The store means a lot to her. Her and my dad had it open before. He passed away four years ago. She wanted to open it back up, so we opened it back up this year."
And right now - all Ida wants is her pumpkin back.
Ida Hammer says, "I put these two signs up so anybody who drives in can look at the sign and see somebody stole it....if they know something, maybe they can let me know. You're going to get caught. You do not have a conscience. And you're not going to get away with it."
The Hammers say a pumpkin this size goes for forty to fifty dollars.
They have no plans to replace it.