Skelly started cutting some of the first corn mazes in the country back in 1998.
"I actually made our first corn maze when I was 9 years old and you know, we started with three-quarters of an acre and I think they've cut me off at 15 acres now," Skelly said.
Skelly's Farm Market boasts two corn maze originals.
"The first maze is our Scarecrow Bowl maze this year, it's a different them every year... and it's just kinda meant to be fun for the families," said Skelly."Our second maze is the impossible maze... and it's just really meant to get people as lost as possible."
But now, corn maze goers have a secret weapon to help them get through Skelly's challenging creations, and it's right in the palm of their hand.
"We decided 'hey a lot of people have smart phones let's make that even more fun for them'," Skelly said. "The GPS we cut our corm mazes with is accurate within about two to three inches. It's very precise telling us where we are. We've been able to take the files that we use to cut our own corn maze and transfer it over to something people can use on their cell phones so that if they're going through the maze they can see where they are."
You can also use your phone to scan QR codes at check points to track your way through the maze. You can also compete against others via smartphone to see how fast you can make it through the giant puzzle.
"Agriculture is really one of the most progressive industries and there's a lot of technology," said Skelly, ".and we thought, you know, this would be a way for the public to see that you know while a lot of people think antique tractors is what farming is, it's really a very high tech industry and we're able to show them. Just a fun thing that we can do here even on our farm."
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