Holidaying at home is paying off for market towns and villages in Britian.
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The Farming Today bees journey to the heather.
Anna Hill hears that disease from imported pigs could threaten the national herd.
Anna Hill hears calls for us to take French advice if our village shops are to be saved.
Anna Hill investigates the effect of the recession in market towns and villages.
Anna Hill hears why Britain should not aim to be self-sufficient in food.
Pig farmers who get swine flu are being advised to stay away from their animals.
Anna Hill hears from those affected by a major veg supplier going into administration.
Anna Hill reports on calls for retailers to pay farmers more for home-grown fruit and veg.
Anna Hill hears why Britian should not aim to be self-sufficient in food.
How the National Farmers Union is revising its advice on the use of bird scarers.
News and issues in rural Britain with Anna Hill.
A report on how farmers could meet carbon emission targets.
Mixed reactions to the news farming must cut its carbon emissions by six per cent by 2020.
A farmer issues a warning after seven of his cows were electrocuted by fallen power lines.
Anna Hill reports on the rise in Bovine TB cases in alpaca herds in the UK.
Anna Hill hears that guaranteeing an adequate food supply is a major challenge for the UK.
Charlotte Smith rounds up the week's coverage of the last ever Royal Show.
Government now allows farmers to voluntarily support wildlife, but some farmers refuse.
The final Royal Show. Charlotte Smith hears the memories of champions and judges.
Anna Hill reports on what might replace the Royal Show as it closes its gates forever.
Anna Hill investigates reports that new entrants to farming are at critically low levels.
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
It's a boom time for UK agricultural shows, so what has gone wrong for the Royal?
Charlotte Smith finds out more about a possible new threat to beekeeping.
How farmers across the country fear they are facing another mapping fiasco.
Anna Hill reports on the return of knobbly fruit and veg to our shop shelves.