The farm is owned and operated by the Reagan Family with the generous help of numerous friends and family. 

Madrac Farms Pumpkin Patch
Funny sounding name right? Madrac is derived from the names of our daughters - Madelyn and Rachel. We started the farm as a way to help put our girls through college and help out with extra bills around the property. Teaching them about a hard days work didn't sound bad either. 

Our main crop is Pumpkins, a rare feat to grow in the South Georgia climate. But with a lot of hard work, and a little luck, we get it done every year. Besides being able to pick your own pumpkin right off the vine we offer hay rides, a corn maze and other fall fun in Octobers. 

Pumpkins are truly a passion for us. Year after year, we create a place that KIDS truly love, and that makes it all worth it to us. We wouldn't raise pumpkins if we truly didn't love it. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back to see us again!

As farms traditionally go, we are light years behind on knowledge, property, and people - meaning we are just getting started. Most farms in our area have been around for 50 + years, with assets that we can only dream about right now. But with your support, we will get to see our dream come true and pass along all our knowledge, dedication and hard work to our daughters (Which is why we started this in the first place and the namesakes of the farm)

Sometimes its frustrating not having all that we want, especially because we want your children's experience here to be the best fun they've had in a long time. We want you to make memories with them! 

And we will get there, with your support. Thank you for everything for the past 8 years. Thank you for being patient with us as we grow a little each year. Thank you for understanding that we are just starting out. Most of all, THANK YOU for your support!
The 2018 Season

After 7 years of farming, we decided to take a break this year to enjoy our children, the summer, fall and winter seasons here at our home. With full time jobs, farming every year is difficult, and as our girls get older, so do their busy schedules as well. We hope everyone understands!

2019 will be a great season (as long as the weather cooperates) as we grow, expand and continue to be good Shephard's of the land, pumpkins, and all things we love about fall. Please come see us for the 2019 fall season. 
A lonely pumpkin
This is the only pumpkin to survive the 2017 growing season. Notice the brown, dried out vine. Normally this time of year our vines are still very big and very green. If we were to pull this vine up, the roots would be all rotten.