Leeds Farm is a historic farming operation in western Delaware County, Ohio. The 1st generation of the Leeds family started their farming operation during the great depression of the 1930's in southwestern Ohio. In 1964 Bob, the oldest of the Leeds boys, and his wife, Gayle, moved their farming operation and three kids to central Ohio. During those early years traditional crops like corn, soybeans, wheat, Hereford cattle and of course kids, were raised on the farm. In 1988 the 3rd generation of Leeds planted their first pumpkins and sold them out of the front yard.