After the controversial badger cull was cancelled in 2012, what are its chances in 2013?
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A year in the life of the Farming Today cow. Presented by Sarah Swadling.
Moira Hickey on starter farms, a new way onto the ladder for young farmers in Scotland.
Charlotte Smith visits a 'nature friendly' farm run by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.
Anna Hill is the lambing shed awaiting the arrival of around 100 pedigree lambs in Norfolk
Anna Hill meets the team who farm the real Downton Abbey estate at Highclere Castle.
Charlotte Smith is in a Yorkshire sprout field to help bring in the harvest for Christmas.
The onward march of the Schmallenberg virus. Farming and countryside news with Caz Graham.
Nearly half of EU member states will be producing illegal pork from the start of January.
Farmers are receiving food handouts as rural poverty is on the rise.
Warnings that Schmallenberg disease could be more widespread than expected.
As a group is fined for illegal hunting, supporters say the law is pointless and confusing
As winter lambing begins, cases of Schmallenberg disease reach nearly 1,000.
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The biggest manufacturing industry in the UK - food processing - faces a skills gap.
Farming minister David Heath says live animal exports should come to an end.
Is fracking safe? Hear from the industry heads who say it is and campaigners who disagree.
A new report says that farmers are wasting time and money with too many inspections.
Leading scientists welcome the environment secretary's clear support for GM crops.
Britain's waterways are the worst in Europe. Can a new EU water blueprint help?
Finding the next generation of hill farmers - Charlotte Smith visits Exmoor.
The government's latest plans for controlling ash dieback. With Charlotte Smith.
Charlotte Smith asks what the Autumn Statement means for the green economy and for farmers
Fears for the future of upland farms as new entrants turn their back on the industry.
A study links low-level exposure to sheep dip chemicals with lasting brain damage.
Warnings that some honey bees will struggle to make it through the winter.
Charlotte Smith finds out how worms and ponds can spare land from waterlogging.