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The produce market in Leola, Pennsylvania is a gathering place for the Amish, or Plain people, to sell their products to the rest of the world. In the fall of every year, most of the produce shifts from vegetables to pumpkins, ornamental corn, and other seasonal commodities primarily used for decoration and display in the booming agritourism industry. With over 5,000 farms, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania has more farms than any other county in the nation, with an average farm size of only 77 acres (the national average is 446 acres). The Amish population is thriving and expanding into surrounding states as available farmland in the Lancaster area is crowded and unavailable..