Grove Miller is a retired Cecil County farmer. Much has changed since Miller started farming.
“I started farming with horses,” Miller says. “The first tractor I bought was a John Deere H, which now, most lawn mowers have more horse power than that tractor I bought.”
Something else has changed. These days, farmers in Maryland think they are getting a bad rap and it goes something like this. Even though agriculture is the number one commercial industry in the state, you don’t hear much about farmers. And when you do, it usually has something to do with polluting the bay.