All Props, Costumes, Masks, etc
as Scary Dairy comes to an end
From 2007-2017 the farm transformed into "Scary Dairy" hosting a hanuted hayride and in the later years a haunted walking trail. After 10 fun and thrilling years the ghosts and goblins have left the property and the Harris family can't be thankful enouth to all the visitors and support they had. "We are sad to disappoint those that made it an annual tradition to come visit or work with us. We enjoyed putting on the family fun event in the fall for 10 years, but all good things have to come to an end. Everyone is always welcome to visit our farm, it just won't be scary anymore," says farmer Joe Harris who turned 70 this year.
The Harris Farm is a third generation family owned and operated farm in Harrisburg, North Carolina. It began as a dairy farm providing milk for Cabarrus Creamery in the 1960s. Currently the farm raises grass fed beef cattle, F1b Mini Goldendoodles, and bales round horse quality hay. When there was such a high demand for a goldendoodle puppy from their personal pet (F1 goldendoodle) they started raising F1b Mini Goldendoodles. They do not have litters as often as others because their dogs are their family pets that live in their homes. Reba, Dolly, and Daisy (F1's) live with the owners of the Harris Farm, and Rhonda (F1) live with their son.