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Vets fear thousands of sheep could be infected with a new disease.
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The investment that has doubled in value in five years, and feeds us too - farmland.
Confused crops and bewildered wildlife - how the mild winter is affecting the countryside.
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How British food exports could be key to an ailing economy; Charlotte Smith investigates.
Predictions that climate change could boost crop UK yields - as long as it rains.
Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden urges farmers to promote British Rose veal.
Anna Hill learns how the UK is changing the world's crops by quickly developing new breeds
Minister says it will be impossible for farmers in a trial badger cull to remain anonymous
From birds to boar, Charlotte Smith crunches the numbers on wildlife surveys.
Charlotte Smith hears the latest government plans for a badger cull to control TB.
Fabrics from the farm: Charlotte Smith meets some 'Cotswold Lions'. (R)
Farm Minister admits embarrassment over illegal UK battery eggs.
Anger from egg farmers as at least 150,000 hens are still in illegal battery cages.
Thousands of UK produced illegal battery eggs could be getting into the food chain.
It's a pig's life: Charlotte Smith investigates welfare conditions for pigs.
Illegal battery eggs are still being produced in the UK.
Farmland prices have more than doubled in 5 years and now a third of buyers are investors.
Denmark's race to raise welfare standards in time for new rules next year.
High-speed rail versus conservation: Anna Hill investigates the arguments for and against.
Charlotte Smith hears that live animal exports are on the increase.
Keeping food affordable, when the cost of producing it is rising.
The Oxford Farming Conference debates the benefits of the EU.
Charlotte Smith is at the Oxford Farming Conference to talk about rising food prices.
Egg producers have begun legal action against DEFRA over illegal egg imports.
Government advisors say farmers should be paid public money to improve animal welfare.
Charlotte reports from one farm which may have one of the largest bird tables in the UK.