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Images: Chicago Cubs corn maze at Spring Grove farm

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Take a look at this very cool Chicago Cubs-themed corn maze at Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove.

George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove secured the permission of the Cubs to use the logo in his corn maze this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove secured the permission of the Cubs to use the logo in his corn maze this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The starting point of the maze warns people that they may in fact get lost.
  The starting point of the maze warns people that they may in fact get lost.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Lots of planning went into this year's corn maze.
  Lots of planning went into this year's corn maze.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Tractors with GPS units are used to cut and map out the maze.
  Tractors with GPS units are used to cut and map out the maze.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Richardson and his team have to go back through and clear the paths after the initial cut.
  Richardson and his team have to go back through and clear the paths after the initial cut.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
If you look closely you can even see an image of Harry Caray saying "Holy Cow."
  If you look closely you can even see an image of Harry Caray saying "Holy Cow."
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove had to get special permission to use the Cubs' logo in the maze this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove had to get special permission to use the Cubs' logo in the maze this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove ventures into part of the 28-acre intricate corn maze. They are calling it the "World's Largest."
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove ventures into part of the 28-acre intricate corn maze. They are calling it the "World's Largest."
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
The Corn grows taller than Richardson, almost to seven feet.
  The Corn grows taller than Richardson, almost to seven feet.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove explains that special low-yield corn is used for the maze field . The low-yield corn is smaller and lighter than other corn.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove explains that special low-yield corn is used for the maze field . The low-yield corn is smaller and lighter than other corn.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs' fever this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs' fever this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
Each year Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove features a giant corn maze and this year the theme celebrates the Cubs and their 2016 World Series win.
  Each year Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove features a giant corn maze and this year the theme celebrates the Cubs and their 2016 World Series win.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
  George Richardson of Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove has Cubs fever this year.
Brian Hill | Staff Photographer
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