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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Olivia, Minnesota


When one thinks of Iowa, usually corn comes to mind.
So it was a bit of a surprise coming upon this in Minnesota.

Olivia has been calling itself the "Corn Capital of the World" since 1973.

At "50 feet", this is supposedly the World's Largest Ear of Corn.
Well, that's 50 feet including the gazebo so just how much creditability does claiming to be
 "The Corn Capitol" have?

In this post is the Jolly Green Giant who was a true 55 feet tall.





9 comments:

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    Invitation - Inglês
    I'm Brazilian.
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  2. did you sample some corn from the corn capital John?

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  3. That is very special to call yourself the Corn Capital! Don't know what to think about it. We have a place here where a big egg is put along the road because there are many chicken farms. It reminds me a bit like this.

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  5. I imagine Monsanto's GMO had something to do with that tall ear...

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  6. gotta watch those minnesotans. :)

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  7. I bet you got a camper full of the good yellow stuff. Cool photos. Not seen a killer corn that big before.- beware !!!!

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  8. Hi there - we have a number of "Big" items in Australia - like the "Big Sheep" and the "Big Lobster" (I'm not making this up!) Always seems just a bit desperate to me!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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