Celebration continues. Newly sworn in Governor Larry Hogan joins supporters on the Eastern Shore to welcome his new roll as head of the state of Maryland.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is urging Maryland residents to buy locally produced food.
The U.S. Agriculture Department is offering Maryland farmers a chance to learn about changes in the 2014 Farm Bill affecting natural resources conservation.
Our recent cold snap might be measured in days, but it could linger for farmers.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says bigger bag limits for deer hunters in most of the state are helping reduce crop damage.
Since people began saving seeds and growing food, they have used animal waste for fertilizer. The government is citing safety to restrict such practices.
The Maryland Department of Agriculture is withdrawing proposed fertilizer regulations.
Maryland State Police and the Frederick County Farm Bureau are teaming up to let troopers hunt crop-eating deer.
Eastern Shore farmers are expressing concerns about new rules relating to how they apply poultry manure to their crops.
Farmers cope with unpredictable weather patterns that often affect their bottom lines, but the people whose job it is to feed Americans and, in some cases, the world, also must contend with pests.
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.
The Maryland House of Delegates amended the state budget on Wednesday to make up to $300,000 available to help a farm family pay its legal bills after it was sued unsuccessfully over alleged poultry pollution.