Farmers are facing further subsidy chaos and confusion.
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Willow farmers fear for their future as the English cricket bat industry falters.
What the waggle dance is telling scientists about making the countryside better for bees.
Why goose farmers are already thinking about Christmas.
The RSPCA calls for cheap, fast-growing chickens to be taken off supermarket shelves.
Farming Today discovers why the UK imports food that can be grown here.
Why two for one supermarket offers could be bad for dairy farmers.
Food importers are counting the cost and clearing the backlog after the Icelandic volcano.
Signs that British apples are starting a comeback against imports.
As planes remain grounded, Anna Hill looks how UK food imports have been affected.
Charlotte Smith hears that a cull of badgers will take place in Wales this year.
Farmers could soon make more money from tourism than from farming.
An urban paradise? Charlotte meets people growing their own veg in the heart of London.
Farming Today hears how the current generation are more likely to grow their own.
News and issues in rural Britain with Caz Graham.
The local NFU criticises those who opposed plans to build the UK's largest dairy farm.
Europe's largest dairy farm is put on hold and local residents breathe a sigh of relief.
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
Charlotte Smith hears of a campaign to remove cultivated daffodils from the countryside.
Despite this year's cold winter, a new study reveals that spring is getting earlier.
A call for restaurants to tell us which country their eggs are from.
What are Exmoor ponies doing in Suffolk? Anna Hill finds out.
Farming Today explores why the UK grows more daffodils than anywhere else in the world.
Charlotte Smith follows the progress of seven people trying to get a job in farming.
Supermarket beef is put under the test to find out if it is tougher than it should be.
Farming Today asks if farmers will get a fair price if they generate their own energy.