At Swore farms outside of Chubbuck, there's a chill in the air, and it's the first day of hunting… pumpkin hunting. I've got about 15 acres of pumpkins with over 20000 pumpkin plants and there are so many nice, huge pumpkins out there. Part of the hunt involves the tractor ride to the patch. Tom Brock and his son got up early in search of the perfect pumpkin. It's fun. it's one time a year and great Father-Son activity, right? Oh yes. You know, good bonding time with the son. Too bad. It's not a little nicer, but it's Idaho. Owner, Michael Swore: Oh, I Think we have about 20000 people coming here. Run through the maze and grab a pumpkin. Pumpkin hunting is good at Swore Farm because there's a huge selection to choose from. We've got Jaren dell squash, we've got Hubbard squash. We've got I think we have a 10 different varieties of pumpkins from like, say, softball size up to about 75-80 pounds. And that means help and a lot of muscle. The pickings are amazing right now. We've got the wagon rides out to the pumpkin patch and they can take a little wagon out there and get whatever pumpkins they want and then get a ride back over here. Swore Farm's busiest season is post-harvest in the form of agritourism and for tens of thousands of people outside of Chubbuck, the chance to find pumpkins and visit a farm during the harvest season. The Swores found another way to make harvest pay.