Halloween decorations are popping up around the country with the spooky holiday approaching. But some of the best decorations we’ve seen have been farm-centric. Here are some of our favorites:
In Kansas, the Night of the Living Farm at Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead has all of the best farm-centric fall things you could want — with a spooky farm twist.
@.kaitlinodell8 this escalated quickly #halloween #skeleton #deadfarm #fyp ♬ original sound – Walking L
Farm skeleton critters are a favorite, and if you buy one, you’re going to have to buy more.
@ferallittlething Halloween on the farm 🎃🐴 #cottoneyejoe #lookingforagf10 #farmhalloween #countrystyle #gettanked ♬ Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex
But what about the legend of Cotton Eye Joe? Well, now you know.
@courtneyrosee18 Halloween in and around the farm. 🎃👻🐮🐶🐱. #halloween #dressup #cowsoftiktok #halloweenvibes #farmlife ♬ phantom of the wapera – shanny
Dairy cattle in costume might rival even those cute farm kids.
Each year in Stuarts Draft, Virginia, the bull gets an annual makeover. It’s a holiday tradition, and one that we hope keeps on coming, with kudos to the decorators.
For anyone who’s had a hard-to-load horse, you can surely relate to the spookiness of this situation.
This Spooky Trail is also pretty fantastic, and in the spirit of hay bale season, they’ve got some good ones!
A little clever, a little dark, but way better than any pet cemetery.
This California pumpkin patch might just win Halloween. Spina Farms Pumpkin Patch in South Bay is chock full of not only a myriad of squash but dinosaurs all over the fields.
No matter how you celebrate or enjoy your Halloween, we hope that you’re able to enjoy some of the great things fall on the farm has to offer in your area.
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