Charlotte Smith samples a farmers' market to find out what they can do for farmers.
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Somerset to Melbourne, heavy rain around the world is resulting in farmers losing crops.
A global investor tells Charlotte Smith there's no future for small dairy farms in Europe.
A frustrated farmer explains why he's been refused a stall at his local farmers' market.
Superwheat: the new crop varieties which could double yields to feed a growing population.
Anna Hill asks whether there is a future for farmers' markets in the UK.
Cattle, badgers and possums - TB control at home and abroad. Country news with Anna Hill.
Caz Graham spends a day at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
Joanna Lumley campaigns for dairy cows in Europe.
The weather causes the worst season in years for some British strawberry growers.
The emotional and financial cost of TB in cattle. Plus, Slugs versus Spuds.
Charlotte Smith opens nominations for BBC Farmer of the Year 2012.
Bees to butterflies - Charlotte Smith investigates the threats faced by UK pollinators.
Robotic farms in the future - agricultural engineers say they will be able feed the world.
Charlotte Smith hears about plans to grow twice as much food on UK farms within 20 years.
Fruit growers in some regions of the UK are seeing the worst crop in decades.
Anna Hill hears what's being done to tackle Britain's bee diseases, including varroa.
Local butchers warn that they will go out of business because of red tape.
From the Royal Cornwall Show, where craftsmen are trying to keep rural skills alive.
Caz Graham hears how intensive farming could help wildlife flourish.
Heavy rain in April and May has filled reservoirs. Is it time to end water restrictions?
Caz Graham investigates the resurgence of interest in dry stone walling.
Flint, timber and thatch. Anna Hill learns to build houses using rural skills.
Thousands of beacons across the country for the Queen's diamond jubilee.
As the price of a fleece reaches a 25 year high, is there money to be made in wool?
Unions claim low-paid farm workers are at risk from changes in regulation.