The European Commission pushes through a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides to protect bees.
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A vote in Europe today could see a ban on some pesticides linked to bee decline.
Charlotte Smith searches for farming land workers as the rules for migrant labour change.
The European Commission goes to court over battery cages.
Charlotte Smith hears beekeepers are reporting a catastrophic drop in honey bee numbers.
Two milk processors announce price rises for farmers, with predictions more could follow.
Weetabix is unable to make breakfast cereals because of a lack of British wheat.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall criticises plans to re-classify farming qualifications.
Charlotte Smith explores the pros and cons of polytunnels and glasshouses.
How a change in league tables could put schools off teaching agriculture.
Why the Welsh government has given money to farm charities, not direct to snow-hit farmers
After the horsemeat scandal, DEFRA intends to overhaul the horse passport system.
Scientists are using a new form of genetic engineering to breed disease-resistant animals.
Farmers fear price cuts may lie ahead on milk sold for cheesemaking. With Caz Graham.
The UK pig herd is at its smallest since 1952, but some farmers are still making it work.
Caz Graham hears how struggling Scottish tenant farmers are calling for rent freezes.
50,000 tonnes of meat is recalled across Europe, as the horsemeat scandal continues.
Plants worth hundreds of thousands of pounds are being thrown away because of bad weather.
Robin Markwell watches the willow harvest, and discovers that there is a bumper crop.
Dwindling pig numbers in the UK, but farmers are optimistic.
A new fairness code for the dairy industry comes into force. Will it really help farmers?
Bee deaths and neonicotinoids - politicians call for pesticide companies to share research
After tens of thousands of sheep perish in the snow drifts, will lamb go up in the shops?
'Worse than Foot and Mouth' - a Welsh hill farmer tells of the devastation wrought by snow
Tweets from the tractor cab - Sarah Swadling explores farmers' use of social media.
Dairy companies have been given until April 1st to comply with the Voluntary Dairy Code.