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What is the future for growing our food? Caz Graham visits Warwick University to find out.
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Caz Graham reports on the suprising decline of the beef industry.
Caz Graham hears how the cuckoo is now under threat.
News and issues in rural Britain with Caz Graham.
Charlotte Smith reports a surge in demand for polytunnels from smallholders.
Why increased UK veg production means more fields covered in plastic.
Charlotte Smith asks who should pay to prevent another foot and mouth outbreak.
Charlotte Smith reports on the practice of clipping the teeth of piglets.
Charlotte Smith talks to shadow environment secretary Nick Herbert about the spread of TB.
News and issues in rural Britain with Anna Hill.
Anna Hill asks if the organic dairy market has reached saturation point.
Charlotte Smith hears about plans to re-introduce the black bee to the UK.
Charlotte Smith goes to a farm with woolless sheep to examine future wool production.
Charlotte Smith hears about new research on the effects of sheep dip on farmers.
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
Anna Hill finds out why some organic farmers cannot sell all their milk at a premium.
Charlotte Smith discovers that the future of woolly sheep could be hairy.
Charlotte Smith investigates the state of the British chicken industry.
Charlotte Smith asks whether UK poultry-rearing standards are the best in the world.
Charlotte Smith asks why there will be less British chicken in the future.
Anna Hill visits an intensive broiler farm producing 800,000 chickens.