Sarah Swadling finds out about life on an Exmoor farm in the depths of winter.
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Winter on an Exmoor Farm. Part 5, Family and Future.
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Sarah Swadling meets the beef herd on the Exmoor farm of the Milton family.
Rex Milton talks to Sarah Swadling about his family's herd of Exmoor ponies.
Sarah Swadling goes out with Exmoor farmer Robin Milton on his sheep feeding rounds.
Caz Graham meets a Shropshire goose and turkey farmer preparing 500 Christmas orders.
The welfare of reindeer at Christmas attractions and the evolution of Christmas dinner.
Caz Graham hears from a farmer who thinks the rules on selling raw milk are out of date.
The Red Tractor label's turkey standards are criticised by animal welfare campaigners.
Why scientists think a pink flowering plant could be the key to sustainable meat and milk.
Caz Graham finds out why cheese made in Stilton can't be marketed as Stilton cheese.
Caz Graham finds out how our winter veg arrives in time for Christmas dinner.
Charlotte Smith hears that the first British cranberries are in the shops. Why now?
How to avoid food poisoning from chicken - Charlotte Smith investigates Campylobacter.
Anna Hill harvests cauliflower and sprouts as growers prepare for the winter food rush.
Anna Hill asks why a quarter of fruit and veg growers are losing money.
Warm weather means home grown coriander will be on the shelves three months early.
Farming v Forestry: Charlotte Smith investigates the future of English woodlands.
'Support your local farmer' says Manx NFU after food import problems left shelves empty.
Charlotte Smith hears there is a future for public owned forests in England.
How blue lights will be used to police imported eggs following the battery cage ban.
Leading forestry groups call for a new approach to managing UK woodlands.
How DNA techniques used in murder investigations could now detect deer poachers.
Charlotte Smith looks beyond the muck and discovers why soil is a precious resource.
Charlotte Smith hears the government plans to review wildlife habitat legislation.
The end of the cheap food era will hit the poorest hardest, says a new study.