Crumland Farms Corn Maze

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By CrumlandFarms @ 2010-09-20 16:21:45
Here you can see the 2006 corn maze of Crumland Farms. The picture was taken shortly after the corn maze was cut. The maze does not look very filled in because the corn is only a few inches tall. Visit Crumland Farms webpage (http://www.crumland.com) and you can see more maze designs after you link to the facebook
(http://www.facebook.com/pages/manage/#!/pages/Frederick-MD/Crumland-Farms/104707601540) page.

(I'm working on getting those pictures to the website)

If you scroll around you will see a round plot divided into four plots. That is our Pizza Farm, a school field trip destination. Two of the four plots are animal pens for a dairy animal and a beef cow. The other two sections get divided into "slices" and tomatoes, herbs, peppers and a variety of other crops are grown to teach how food comes from the farm.
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kjfitz picture
@ 2010-09-20 16:31:50
Great post. Welcome to VGT!
milwhcky picture
@ 2010-09-20 16:37:20
The 2007 design can be seen in Bing's birds eye views.
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@ 2010-09-20 19:02:12
@ milwhcky I saw that too, kinda of fun to play with the scroll button to jump between years. The 2007 "design" is actually a fully harvested field. The paths have been walked on so much they still stand out, and the rest is just corn stubble left behind from the combine.