Ten years on from the 2001 foot and mouth crisis, a warning the country is at risk again.
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Charlotte Smith asks what this week's Foresight report means for British farmers.
Charlotte Smith hears a court ruling could mean more polytunnels in protected landscapes.
More of England's forests could be up for sale.
Scientists are developing GM crops which could create their own fertiliser.
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UK farmers must start to produce significantly more food, a government study says.
How might farmers feed a world population of nine billion people by 2050?
Charlotte Smith traces food back to its source.
Pig farmers say they're losing 20 pounds on every pig and the consumer should pay more.
The scientist who believes locusts, crickets and mealworms are the food of the future.
Objections to plans for the country's biggest dairy due to risk of water contamination.
A warning rural petrol stations could disappear by the end of the decade.
Should livestock be taken out of the livestock market?
Applications to agricultural college are on the rise.
Reaction to the creation of the world's first GM chicken by British scientists.
Cauliflowers are rotting in the fields due to the harsh winter.
Anna Hill hears concerns the traceability of food is too complicated.
Anna Hill hears claims that many environmental labels on fish are misleading.
Food manufacturers say they will continue to import European eggs despite the dioxin scare
Sarah Swadling asks how farmers can feed the growing population with limited resources.
Anna Hill reports from Day 2 of the Oxford Conference.
Anna Hill reports from the Oxford Farming Conference.
Free range egg producers say they face losses running into tens of thousands of pounds.
Anna Hill hears the lives of thousands of barn owls could be saved by new technology.
The Archers celebrates sixty years of farming stories.
Caz Graham looks at winter on farms around the country.