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Charlotte Smith hears about the problems with over-protecting UK foods.
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Talks break down on whether cloned animals and their offspring can be traded in Europe.
Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Paying the price for a rural idyll - many rural services cost more than urban ones.
Concerns from an anti-gun group over young children being issued with shotgun licences.
Claims that a high speed rail link through the countryside will benefit rural areas.
People living in rural communities call for cheaper fuel prices in today's Budget.
Anna Hill hears claims that council cuts could have a devastating impact on rural schools.
With Caz Graham. Could high car insurance force young farmers to leave farming?
Sowing the seeds now to reap a profitable harvest.
Wheat prices plummet in response to global events.
Anna Hill hears about the thoroughbred Irish racehorses being slaughtered for meat.
Anna Hill hears that 10,000 farmers are still waiting for overdue subsidy payments.
Anna Hill hears how changing tastes in the far East have led to record UK food exports.
Half of Europe's butter is frozen before it reaches your shopping basket.
Anna Hill takes a look at the British beef industry.
A recent YouGov poll found that 70% of Britain's villages are without a local shop.
New plans for a badger cull in Wales, in an attempt to control TB in cattle.
The government introduces new measures to safeguard against BSE.
Anna Hill hears about the latest battle being waged against the invasive killer shrimp.
Charlotte Smith hears the risk of a flu pandemic is increasing as the world eats more meat
Farming Today This Week reports on the future for family-run farms.
Charlotte Smith meets pig farmers protesting at Downing Street.
Pig farmers protesting about low prices are taking a giant fake sausage to Westminster.
Warnings that family farms are under threat of industrialization.
Presented by Anna Hill.