Two dogs responsible for preying on dozens of livestock in Frederick County have themselves been killed.
The city of Brunswick is forcing a resident to get rid of more than 20 quail and pigeons she keeps in a backyard coop.
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.
Maryland’s Agriculture Department is urging residents to include livestock and pets in disaster preparedness plans as Hurricane Irene approaches the East Coast.