New smallholders Geoff and Sue Nicholls reflect on their first farming year.
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Charlotte Smith follows a year in the life of four brothers who are all new to farming.
The ex-army medics who teach people in rural communities to use battlefield first aid.
Including an in-depth look at pig production.
Charlotte Smith on the progress of Farming Today's beehive in 2009.
How to make the best of your Christmas turkey.
Kate Williams hears how deer poaching is on the rise.
News and issues in rural Britain with Kate Williams.
News and issues in rural Britain with Anna Hill.
The government stars a campaign warning people about buying Micro-pigs as presents.
Research predicts that food sales will be up on last year despite the recession.
The animal disease Q Fever has hit Dutch agriculture but UK farmers are told not to panic.
Charlotte Smith hears how the Defra fund available for flooded farmers is not enough.
Anna Hill asks about the current state of the UK fishing industry.
Anna Hill meets a farmer working round the clock to gather in parsnips for Christmas.
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
Charlotte Smith visits the Defra Christmas fair to find out about protected foods.
A look at how the Cornish Sardine has become Britain's 40th officially protected food.
Charlotte Smith on how a disagreement on labelling almost created a war of two sausages.
Anna Hill on the food labels designed to protect traditional recipes.
Anna Hill hears claims that the food strategy for the 2012 Olympics is flawed.
Cumbrian farmers call for government help to save their land.
Robotic milking machines and meat grown in the lab; the innovations shaping farming.
A Welsh Assembly member says the Welsh dairy industry is too important to fail.
Anna Hill speaks to the scientist who has grown meat in the laboratory for the first time.