The Rodonovich family decided to grow their own food to eat healthy and make some money, and Twinhill Farm was born.
Baltimore City school students take a field trip that could change the rest of their lives. The USDA visits students at a working farm, where they are literally getting an education from the ground up.
Following the lawsuit that brought national attention to Maryland farmers, a group of academics is working to find out what legal resources the stewards of Maryland’s largest industry may want.
It was 60 years ago, and Otho “O.W.” Mears, 88, remembers an experience that has stayed with him all these years.
It takes three to four minutes for an egg to go through the process of washing, rinsing and sanitizing before it is packed into a carton of a dozen eggs and shipped off from Sauder’s Eggs.
There’s plenty of meat and cheese on the menu for lawmakers attending a Taste of Maryland Agriculture event in Annapolis.
A Garrett County permitting official says most of a proposed wind farm on Fourmile Ridge lies in areas designated as sensitive by the state.
How to keep agriculture alive in Montgomery and Frederick counties is the subject of a conference this weekend in Rockville.
For three long years, farmer Alan Hudson and his wife were the defendants in the pollution lawsuit filed by the Waterkeeper Alliance. Hudson, who works his 100-year-old family farm in Berlin, said the impact on his family has been enormous and long-lasting.
John Theofield helped start the 100-acre Christmas tree farm operation known as Hardee Farms in New Midway in 1962.
With most of the remaining leaves on the trees blown away during Superstorm Sandy, and the pumpkins all carved, farms are preparing for another holiday: Christmas.
At first, Nancy Taylor was worried when she started to see people pulling their vehicles over on Route 50 near her farm.
But she soon realized that they didn’t have car trouble or an urge to trespass, they were simply admiring the farm’s herd of alpacas.