Iowa farm displays Al Roker’s face in corn maze

Northwest of the QC an Iowa corn maze sits a design that gives tribute to a well-known meteorologist.

Owners of the Bloomsbury Farm in Atkins, Iowa, Dave and Karen Petersen, announced that their 2014 corn maze design is in honor of The Today Show’s Al Roker, who shares a birth date with Karen, according to a report by WHO. The corn maze was inscribed in his likeness and wishes him a happy 60th birthday.

The Petersens farm more than 3,000 acres of corn and soybeans and every year unveil a new design for their 10-acre corn maze. In 2013 the maze was inspired by the March of Dimes. Click here to see previous maze designs.

The 2014 design was generated on a computer, reported WHO, and it took about an hour to create. When the corn grew to about 4 to 6 inches tall, a maze cutter carved out the design.

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