Cornfield Mazes

PRODUCT Former farmland converted into labyrinths

HOW IT STARTED Brett Herbst, from Brigham Young University, designed the first one in Utah--and it caught on

JUDGMENT CALL Good, low-cost "agritainment" for outdoorsy families

Michael and Dayna Boudreau's farm in Danville, Vt., was failing. But rather than move to the city, they found a new livelihood by helping people get lost: they turned their cornfield into a maze. Now the attraction is earning almost as much money as their 200-cow dairy business once did. Cornfield mazes like theirs are cropping up everywhere. In North Carolina there's a Haunted Cornfield maze; in...

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