STILLWATER, Minn. (AP) — A New London man has set a new record for the heaviest pumpkin ever grown in Minnesota.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports Chad Revier broke the record on Saturday at Stillwater’s Harvest Fest with a pumpkin that weighed 1,630 pounds, beating the record he set in 2009 by 51 pounds.

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However, Revier didn’t win the grand prize. That went to Kevin Marsh of Parker, S.D., who brought a 1,657-pound pumpkin which earned him the $5,000 prize. Revier’s pumpkin came in second.

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World record holder Chris Stevens, of New Richmond, Wis., came in third this year with a 1,575-pound pumpkin.

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