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Our Farm Families

  • “I just enjoy being outside with Mother Nature.”

    Brian
    Soybean Farmer
    Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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  • “Other than my family, there’s nothing I treasure more than this land. And nothing is more important to the farmers of this region than doing the right thing.”

    Chip
    Grains Farmer
    Cordova, Maryland
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  • “Harvesting mushrooms is something that happens here every day, 365 days a year, even on Christmas, and from there they go to market.”

    Carla
    Mushroom Farmer
    Toughkenamon, Pennsylvania
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  • “I take a lot of pride in what we grow and how we grow it, because I know that goes to feeding families, not only here, but across the country.”

    Jesse
    Chicken Farmer
    Bridgeville, Delaware
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  • “Taking care of our cows is our number one priority because it’s best for our cows and allows us to make a high-quality product for our family and families in the entire region to enjoy.”

    Burli
    Dairy Farmer
    Lewes, Delaware
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  • “It’s a pretty rewarding experience to see all that hard work pan out and know that we’re helping to feed families throughout the Mid-Atlantic.”

    Mike
    Soybean Farmer
    Woodbine, Maryland
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  • “Our harvest season starts in July and runs through Labor Day, so during that time period, you can find delicious Mar-Del watermelons at your grocery stores or farmers market.”

    Jordan
    Watermelon Farmer
    Mardela Springs, Maryland
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  • “It’s from my farm to the store. It’s that fresh. We have trucks leaving here tonight that the eggs were laid this morning. They’ll be in the store tomorrow morning.”

    Ted
    Egg Farmer
    Marietta, Pennsylvania
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  • “It’s important to us to have healthy hogs because one, it’s the right thing for the hogs and two, we want to deliver a safe, quality pork to your dinner table.”

    Doreen
    Hog Farmer
    Mount Joy, Pennsylvania
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  • “My grandfather passed the heritage on to his two sons and was a steward of the land and of the air and of the water. My father passed this on to me and I also want to pass this heritage down to my children.”

    Jay
    Soybean Farmer
    Georgetown, Delaware
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