Corn maze celebrates 100 years of Kentucky Farm Bureau


This will be the 12th year that the Devines have opened up their family farm in Mercer County to guests from all across the state to enjoy fall activities. The highlight of many of the visitors is their 10-acre corn maze.

“As we made the decision for the 2019 corn maze design, it was an easy one since we are part of the nearly 500,000 members of Kentucky Farm Bureau. For one hundred years, Kentucky Farm Bureau has served as the Voice of Kentucky Agriculture, representing the interests of agricultural producers and rural communities across the state,” said Jason Devine, maze designer. “Not only do they support agriculture, but their mission is to improve the quality of life for all Kentuckians.”

Devine’s maze designs over the years have included Kentucky and all of its counties, World Equestrian Games logo, the Final Four logo from 2011, the UK National Championship logo in 2012, FFA and 4-H in 2013, the Armed Forces in 2014, Triple Crown Winners, American Pharaoh in 2015 & Justify in 2018, and an Election Theme in 2016.

With so many activities and their creative corn maze design, Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch was Voted the 2019 #3 Best Corn Maze in the Nation by USA Today 10Best Readers’ Choice. Devine’s Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch, owned by Glenn & Martina Devine in Harrodsburg. Devine’s offers fall family fun that includes hayrides to the pumpkin patch, bonfires, petting area, hay maze, giant slide, tube swings, trike track, corn hopper, zip lines, paintball and more.

The Devine’s Corn Maze is open to the public with a family friendly corn maze. On November 3rd the maze will become the “Field of Horror” for Halloween. Visit the Devine’s Corn Maze website, Facebook, or Twitter for more information.

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