Maryland’s grain farmers are a significant part of our state’s agriculture. According to the latest Ag Census 460,000 acres were devoted to corn production and 386,000 acres to soybeans. Together with wheat and barley, those crops make up more than 20 percent of the farm income in Maryland. In 2010, grain and soybean farmers brought in $384 million to the state’s economy. Click on the video link below to learn about Southern Maryland grain farmer Chip Bowling.