Enjoy a Day of Family Fun While Learning About Sustainable Farming

The connection between corn mazes, water and corn farms runs deep.

Caring for the environment, especially water quality is a key goal for the over 15k+ corn farmers across Wisconsin.

That’s why we’re proud to support your family and our state by incorporating sustainable farming practices that keep water clean, preserve soil and protect nature.

Corn mazes are a great way to have fun and learn about sustainability at the same time.

Meet the Families

Our farm families are working hard at creating fall fun, while practicing safe water conservation practices on their farms. From field to barn they’re ready for you to visit!

Feltz Dairy Farm

Call it cheesy but we think a corn farm and dairy farm are a perfect combination. The Feltz family knows their stuff, too. With cover crops, composting, and state of the art robotic milkers they are protecting waters everywhere.

Check out their maze (pictured above) located in Stevens Point, and while you’re at it learn about how corn farms help keep water clean. Don’t forget your cheese curds for the ride home too.

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Schuett Farms

Tradition runs deep in the Schuett family, who have been farming just 30 minutes outside of Milwaukee since 1958. Visiting their farm will give you a chance to learn how corn helps with water quality, the life cycle of a pumpkin, and more!

Ever heard of a nighttime flashlight corn maze? That’s just one of the many ways to enjoy Schuett Farms along with corn launching, pumpkins, hayrides, and delectable mini donuts the whole family will love.

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Jelli’s Market

There’s nothing like a day spent picking apples, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, and more at Jelli’s market. Walk the corn maze with fresh fruit for some inspiration and don’t forget to check out bakery!

The family works hard to improve water quality, using technology such as drip irrigation to reduce their water use while providing for their delicious crops. You might come hungry to this farm, but you’ll definitely leave satisfied.

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