Scottish farmers fear that Schmallenberg could cross the border.
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Vets predict the number of UK cattle affected by Schmallenberg could be limited.
Charlotte Smith hears how growing up on a farm could help your immune system.
Charlotte Smith explores how quickly farming is adapting to the prospect of more drought.
The next two weeks will be critical in assessing the impact of Schmallenberg Disease.
Get on my land! Charlotte Smith hears ideas to simplify rights of way in the countryside.
Farmers are told they need to persuade the public to accept intensive farming.
Farmers warn that if drought continues in England, food prices could rise.
Predictions that a drought this summer may force up the price of fruit and veg.
Domesticated deer - farmers rearing deer in response to the UK's appetite for venison.
Caz Graham hears seafood is being tested for radiation on a beach in Fife.
Caz Graham hears from gamekeepers who say that too many deer are being culled in Scotland.
The welfare standards on British pig farms are defended after a case of alleged cruelty.
A pig farmer refutes allegations of cruelty made by undercover animal welfare campaigners.
McDonald's defends its decision to not serve 100% British food at London 2012.
Charlotte Smith goes lambing to see how farmers are cashing in on record lamb prices.
The Badger Trust says it is ready to take legal action to stop a badger cull in England.
You're Hired - farming apprenticeships are booming.
Cows at risk - a new disease spreads to UK cattle.
Eggs from non-caged hens are outselling caged eggs for the first time in decades.
The number of seals shot by salmon farmers. And, the rise of the rindless rasher.
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Charlotte Smith investigates why the price of UK farmland has doubled in five years.
A divided county - Cheshire's different decisions on council farms.
Charlotte Smith hears how trees are being planted to save salmon from climate change.
The farm land that is worth less than some people carry around in their wallet.