Tony Dighera of Cinargo Farms has been working hard for four years to develop the perfect mold to grow the Halloween pumpkins. The farm has produced its first successful commercial harvest to date. It has produced 5,500 this year and sold for $75 apiece. This clever idea made the farm to make over $400,000 in profit. The farm is planning to increase the yield next year and more than 40,000 monster faced pumpkins are expected to be grown.