In Lubbock, one thing we all look forward to when it starts getting colder is going to At'l Do Farms Corn Maize but this year it may look different.

Last year the farm celebrated 20 years of being open. They have so much fun to do with the whole family. Things like corn maze, pumpkin rides and picking out pumpkins, shooting the corn canyon and so much more.

Well we just got the news that the corn maze may be a lot different than what we have seen in years past. We have been dealing with a big drought this year and it seems like it has hit At'l Do Farms pretty hard.

James Simpson, one of the owners says it actually won't be a corn maze this year. It will actually be at sorghum maze. These are done a lot of other places just never here in lubbock. This is a picture of what it could look like below.

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This will change a lot of things you see at the At'l Do. There will also be a decrease in sunflowers. They have to decide what takes priority and the owners said it is the maze, then the pumpkins, and finally the sunflowers last.

This year they are hoping to add live music on every Thursday night. With all these changes they said they will still have the corn cannon, the barnyard, and the cow train.

You can visit them during the season starting September 17th and going until November 5th. If you would like to know more about them or get tickets you can check out their website here. Tickers are $8 during the weeknight (Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday) and on weekends they are $12. Kids four and under are free.

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