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From cold pressed to hard pressed - olive oil prices collapse in Spain.
British farmers are moving into solar power generation thanks to new tariffs.
After the anti-GM protests, Charlotte Smith asks where now for genetically modified crops.
Charlotte Smith meets gold medal winners at the Chelsea Flower Show.
France's ban on growing GM Maize is rejected, but it won't be forced to drop the embargo.
New multi-million pound funding for bioscience - but how much will be spent on GM crops?
A merger of two dairy co-ops could mean better milk prices for some UK dairy farmers.
UK trials of GM crops could be in peril after protests over GM wheat, with Anna Hill.
Anna Hill hears allegations about cheating in the show ring to help cows win prizes.
Cashing in on China - how UK farmers could benefit from exporting to the East.
How Ireland has cracked the Chinese market for dairy, pork, and seafood.
Anna Hill talks to Farming Minister Jim Paice about China's growing market.
Multi-million pound supermarket contracts bought with bribes of luxury holidays.
The controversial Severn barrage, which MP Peter Hain quit his job to support.
Anna Hill hears farmers are being put off building reservoirs, despite the drought.
Charlotte Smith hears from young farmers and students about a farming career.
How growing plants under LEDs could lead to farming in skyscrapers.
After a decade of debate, plans for a supermarket adjudicator are finally revealed.
Anna Hill meets a family forced to sell their pedigree herd because of milk price cuts.
Sarah Swadling discovers why it's just too wet for waders.
Moira Hickey is in Skye to find out if crofting has a bright future.
Is there a future for common land? Sarah Swadling explores an ancient grazing tradition.
Farming seaweed - the solution to feeding a growing world population?
A new vaccine for Foot and Mouth could prevent a repeat of the disasters of 2001.
GM scientists plead with protestors who have pledged to destroy vital trial crops.
Caz Graham looks at the tradition of farming common land.