Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Maryland farm groups applaud right-to-farm ruling

PT Editor — David Strickland

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GEORGETOWN, Del. — The Delmarva Chicken Association, Maryland Farm Bureau, and Maryland Grain Producers Association applaud an Appellate Court of Maryland ruling that affirms right-to-farm provisions protecting a Talbot County farm’s ability to use modern nutrient management techniques.

The May 30 ruling, In the “Matter of Cheryl Lewis, et al.,” written by Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr., affirmed the principle that Maryland’s right-to-farm law broadly shields farmers and their operations from vexatious lawsuits. Maryland’s right-to-farm law protects farm operations from litigation asserting that the farm is a nuisance or that a farm. . .

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