Thames Water have started turning sewage waste into farm fertiliser.
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Scientists are making one of the most detailed nature surveys ever in the New Forest.
The rise of 'mega-dairies' could create a backlash market for 'free range' milk.
A farming industry leader is calling for calm over leaks of more government cuts.
More than 50 farming and environment bodies could be axed by the government.
Caz Graham hears housing could be built in rural areas without planning permission.
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UK food exports are at their highest ever level as they approach the 10 billion pound mark
A major agricultural show is to fold. Anna Hill asks if more are under threat.
Anna Hill hears all New Zealand lamb and beef is halal but isn't labelled as such.
Hundreds of farmers are set to lose land for the planned high-speed rail link.
£2 billion is spent each year on public sector food. Caz Graham asks where that money goes
The high price of lamb is being blamed for a rise in sheep thefts across the UK.
Farmers in England may be able to shoot badgers to help control TB in cattle.
With Anna Hill. The first steps towards a cull of badgers is to be announced.
The National Trust is to promote regional specialities and local flavours. With Anna Hill.
Charlotte Smith hears calls for government to buy more British food for the public sector.
With the decline in dairy farmers, Farming Today asks if money can still be made in milk.
Farming Today asks how difficult it is to make money from dairy farming.
Fears that an 8,000 cow dairy farm may damage the health of Lincolnshire villagers.
Anna Hill reports from the Dairy Event 2010, the UK's largest livestock trade show.
Police are tracking rural thieves by tagging tractor fuel. Anna Hill hears how it's done.
Reporting on a massive mussel farm in Lyme Bay which has been given the go-ahead.
Is the security of food imports to the UK strict enough? Caz Graham investigates.
Why discount mince is hitting beef farmers' profits.
Tony Blair confesses he regrets bringing in the hunting ban. Caz Graham hears why.
Cows belong in fields, not in factories, according to a leading animal welfare charity.