Maryland has become the first state to ban an arsenic additive in chicken feed.
As drought tightens its grip, crop loss is only the first stage. It’s what’s coming in the months ahead that will hit farmers and consumers hardest.
A Maryland lawmaker said Wednesday that poultry feed containing a known carcinogen should be banned from Maryland farms even though its maker has already stopped selling it voluntarily.
A unique store has just opened in Mt. Washington, where customers can do their holiday shopping while at the same time helping the hungry in Baltimore.