Food industry tests international waters Exports: Maryland farmers, food processors and agricultural officials gather to learn about the benefits of selling their products abroad.
New rules won't hurt Md. Poultry producers expect to see only a minimal price rise; 'Regulations not an issue'; Packers must use 'Hazard Analysis' at various points
Shorebirds put pro baseball back on Eastern Shore in first-class way
SALISBURY SIGHTS Attractions: Visitors to the largest town on the Eastern Shore can entertain themselves at a new baseball stadium, a zoo and a decoy museum.
Emu: Flight of fancy or food for thought?
Poultry workers have union rights, high court says Those who gather birds are not classified as farm employees, justices rule
ESCAPE HATCH No yolks, please: Mitzi Perdue, debilitated by a back injury, found a diversion in egg art. Now she's famous for more than being the chicken guy's wife.
Perdue to cut chicken output, citing low prices 7 percent reduction not expected to result in layoffs on Eastern Shore
Norton C. McDonough, 88, Charles Carroll descendantNorton...
High court hears dispute over poultry workers At issue is union status of chicken-gathering crew
Russians feast on U.S. poultry
New rule unlikely to hurt state's poultry processors
SHORE PRODUCES AN 'INCREDIBLE ARRAY'
A Cow's Odyssey from Farmer to Feedlot
New park in Bowie can fulfill fans' longing for baseball
THERE'S MORE THAN MEETS THE MOTORIST
A Family for All Seasons There's always a harvest for the Eastern Shore's Calloway clan
Perdue's son to be pitchman for chicken company
Perdue acquires Md. rival
Perdue, Showell discuss merger
Dow Jones industrials dip to 3,848
DISPUTE IN CHICKEN INDUSTRY
Bucking the trend toward intolerance
Tough man No. 2: Jim Perdue to follow in father's tracks
Chickens' champion pecks at the feats of poultry industry
Perdue gives $1.1 million to Salisbury State
Baysox are filling their new park
Be thankful you're not on this list
Perdue lands in Kirk's coop Chicken magnate eyes Shore team
Perdue might tender offer for NFL team Poultry magnate could join Weinglass or form new group
Cluttered, festering dump seen spoiling bay's Tangier Island Virginia facing removal problems
Schaefer home from trade mission
Tender Times Is sky falling on the chicken boom? Disquiet hits Shore's biggest industry
Poultry sympathizers protest Group targets Carroll henhouse for demonstration
Chicken manure fouls the bay MUDDYING THE WATERS
TCU.S. opposes purchase by GilletteThe Justice Department...
Poultry inspection proposals receive broad backing
Getting the facts about foodSince "the sooner...
Pelham LawrencePerdue Farms presidentPelham Lawrence, the president...
SOLVING THE CHICKEN PROBLEM
Food trade show offers taste of Md. STATE FARE
Men on dirty, stinking job take pay cut Shore crew sweats, gasps and gags for 12 hours every night to grab 50,000 chickens.
The dirt, the smell -- the pay cut: A tough job just got worse
It's a dirty, stinking job, and then pay is cut Shore crew sweats, gasps and gags for 12 hours every night to grab 50,000 chickens.
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Versatile, economical staple takes on new tastes TIRED OF THE SAME OLD GRIND?
UM beefs up security to bar 'chickens'
Shore poultry growers are caught in squeeze Processors' demands unfair, farmers say
Perdue chicken catchers giving up fight over pay cut 3-day strike over as most agree to return to work