CLARENCE, N.Y. — A 2,554-pound pumpkin grown in upstate New York has set a new U.S. record for the heaviest.

State and national records fell over the weekend at the Great Pumpkin Farm in the Buffalo suburb of Clarence, when Scott Andrus broke the previous national record of 2,528 pounds. This is reported by the Buffalo News.

The previous New York state record was 2,517 pounds, according to a news release.

The winning pumpkin will be on display at the Great Pumpkin Farm Fall Festival until October 16th.

The manufacturer from Italy holds the world record for the heaviest pumpkin. In 2021, he grew a squash weighing 2,702 pounds, according to Guinness World Records.