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The Taber Corn Stalk is a giant, roadside reminder of one of our most famous crops! Installed in November 1994 after fundraising efforts from our local Kiwanis Club, the entire project took approximately one year to complete and was built by George Jaegli from Saskatchewan. The ears of corn are approximately 4 feet tall, the leaves range from 4ft to 10ft, and the entire structure itself is 36 feet tall!
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