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Say Cheese to Maryland Cheesemaking

Say Cheese to Maryland Cheesemaking

When Amanda Miller began cheesemaking almost 10 years ago, little did she know it would turn into a hunger for more.  “I love cooking and baking and thought this couldn’t be much different. Boy, was I wrong! I fell in love with the challenge of learning and the...
Maryland Farm Welcomes Thousands of “Guests”

Maryland Farm Welcomes Thousands of “Guests”

It’s pick-your-own strawberry season at Larriland Farm in Howard County. This family-owned farm has been growing strawberries for decades and welcoming guests to enjoy the fruits of their labors. But this year, they have even more “guests” that are not as...
Maryland is an Odds on Favorite for Horses

Maryland is an Odds on Favorite for Horses

Every morning, Reisterstown veterinarian Dr. Michael Harrison starts his day by 6:30 a.m. But the day doesn’t begin by him putting on a white doctor’s coat and caring for patients. It starts with him hopping into his John Deer Gator to navigate the family farm’s...
Innovation is Key to Winery’s Success During Pandemic

Innovation is Key to Winery’s Success During Pandemic

Right before COVID-19 was on our doorstep, we featured Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery in Vienna, Maryland. Business was booming and the upcoming year looked encouraging. Recently, we caught up with Jennifer Layton to find out how things have been for their winery...
Fire Won’t Hold Back this Farming Family

Fire Won’t Hold Back this Farming Family

Life for the Cosgrove family took a dramatic turn one March afternoon. The family was beginning their normal seasonal field operations on Horsmon Farm, which grows a variety of produce and raises cows and pigs. That day, they were spreading lime on the fields to get...