Premiere air date: Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 7pm on MPT-HD
Chicken manure is abundant on Maryland's Eastern Shore, where millions of chickens are raised each year. Murphy Farms in Rhodesdale is the first Maryland poultry operation to install cutting-edge technology developed in Ireland that aims to get rid of it by using it as fuel to heat the farm's chicken houses and generating electricity. http://mountaire.com/the-murphy-family/
Jeff Holloway, of the Holloway Brothers Farm in Darlington invites viewers to ride along as they explain the process of harvesting a funny-looking crop covering Maryland farm fields in the fall.
Just Ordinary Woodlands in Worchester Co. are anything but ordinary. For starters, their crop—trees—take decades to mature.
Al Spoler finds out that good things can indeed come in small packages while visiting a profitable farm— located in one small room inside a Baltimore City Rowhome. http://www.city-hydro.com/
This is a logging cant hook that was used as a lever to handle and move logs. Cant hooks have their origins in the logging industry, but they are also used by arborists, tree care professionals, and sawmill operators.