Shellfish fishermen lose three quarters of their earnings due to cold seas.
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Farmers at the Bath and West Show await the badger cull.
Feeding flies to livestock - Sybil Ruscoe looks at putting insect protein in animal feed.
The key to rural tourism - using Facebook on top of Snowdon?
Caz Graham hears about a project documenting the lives of farmers in the Lake District.
Flowers and farming - Anna Hill explores the agricultural side of Chelsea Flower Show.
The humble spud becomes less humble as potato prices soar.
Dutch mink farmers are calling for compensation following a ban on fur farming.
The worrying rate of loss of our wildlife - 60% of species have declined in recent decades
A vaccine against Schmallenberg disease is approved, but will farmers use it?
Charlotte Smith asks why it's not all roses for Britain's homegrown flower industry.
Britain's egg producers are booming despite welfare rules. Charlotte Smith finds out why.
Floods and droughts, but high yields? Anna Hill hears why 2012 wasn't bad for all farmers.
MPs call for a change in the laws to protect livestock from dog attacks.
Free range egg sales are increasing, but are there too many free range for our baskets?
The fish fight isn't over yet, as ministers meet in Brussels to rule on discards.
Egg consumption is rising but Charlotte Smith hears that farmers could produce more.
Crocodile, buffalo and ostrich - Charlotte Smith explores the exotic meat trade.
Farming news. Charlotte Smith looks at the bank that may bail out British trees.
Floods, hotter summers and lots of rats. Scientists predict the effects of climate change.
Controlling harmful caterpillars by aerial spraying - Anna Hill looks at the controversy.
The fodder crisis for livestock farmers - why Ireland is importing grass.
On a busy day for garden centres, Sybil Ruscoe looks behind the scenes at a plant supplier
Charlotte Smith explores the industry at the root of UK farming - seed production.
Live animal exports have resumed from Dover. Charlotte Smith reports on the protests.
The High Court is being asked to make a ruling on who owns the fish in our seas.
Concern that rare crop varieties could be lost under EU plans to register all seeds.