Herbed Chicken Thighs with Apples and Cranberries
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Save Farm Families has completed its documentary, Collateral Damage: A Farm Family Under Attack. It reviews the questionable political and academic actions that enabled the New York-based Waterkeeper Alliance to push forward with its lawsuit against the Hudson family and the continuing threat that environmental extremists pose to family farmers, not just in Maryland but across the nation.
You can watch the 14:22 documentary here.
More about savefarmfamilies.org is available here.
Though Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc. (DPI), the non-profit trade association for the region's chicken industry, has ended its sponsorship of the Delmarva Chicken Festival, the giant fry pans that cooked chicken from 1950 to 2014 soon will have new roles in promoting the chicken industry.
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Prepared by Maryland Farm Bureau
- The most recent analysis by the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program office shows that Maryland is on target to meet the 2025 Bay restoration goals. In fact, we are ahead of schedule. A look at the agricultural sector shows that Maryland farmers are reducing nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment.
"According to our Maryland progress data, we achieved our 2013 milestone reduction targets for nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment pollution," said Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Robert M. Summers via news release. "In fact, Maryland finished this 2012-2013 period more than 3.5 million pounds reduced ahead of schedule for nitrogen, nearly 147,000 pounds reduced ahead of schedule for phosphorus and nearly 90 million pounds reduced ahead of schedule for sediment which places us on the right trajectory to reach our 2017 and 2025 goals."
To help the largest consumers of American soybeans, the United Soybean Board again this year has a program to promote animal agriculture. For Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc., this means dollars to promote and educate people about the local chicken industry.
We are grateful to America's soybean farmers for their TREMENDOUS support.
Here is a summary of DPI projects in the coming year. Click here for details.
DPI is the nonprofit trade association working for the continued progress of the meat chicken industry in Delaware, the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
In existence since 1948, DPI's members include more than 1,000 farm families raising chickens, five companies producing birds on Delmarva, and hundreds of chicken company employees, hundreds of allied industry suppliers of products and services, and Delmarva-based, non-chicken businesses that recognize the important work DPI does to keep the local chicken industry strong.
Delmarva Poultry Industry, Inc.
16686 County Seat Hwy.
Georgetown, DE 19947-4881