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Scotland targets Indian buyers to boost food exports.
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Charlotte Smith takes a look at British beverage making - the harvest in a bottle.
As the UN reports on climate change, Charlotte Smith asks how farmers can help the planet.
Should more development be allowed in National Parks? Charlotte Smith hears pros and cons.
Restaurants are being inspected to make sure the meat they describe as Welsh actually is.
Allegations of scare tactics in the badger cull. We hear calls to stay calm.
Good news for wool producers - prices are up by a third. With Charlotte Smith.
It's tupping time! Charlotte Smith chats to farmers at a ram sale in Leicestershire.
The future of one of Britain's most popular crags will be decided today.
The plan to increase Scotland's dairy production by 50%. Could it work?
Labelling of poultry, pig, sheep and goat meat could change under new EU rules.
What do pig farmers make of the news that pork marked British was probably Dutch?
We find pork labelled as British - which isn't. Can we still trust the Red Tractor label?
Charlotte Smith is at a brewery, reviewing the 2013 barley and cereal harvest.
The Seasonal Agricultural Workers scheme is to end; so who replaces them in the fields?
A new research project aims to make docking pigs' tails a thing of the past.
Farmers are told to use fewer antibiotics as part of a new government strategy.
Russia is about to end its ban on British beef after 16 years.
This year's oilseed rape crop was a gamble - who were the winners and losers?
Charlotte Smith takes a look at the world of working dogs.
Even after the horsemeat scandal, are supermarkets still stocking too much imported meat?
National Trust members are to vote on whether to allow badger culls on its land.
The badger cull appears to be underway in Gloucestershire. Presented by Sybil Ruscoe.
British producers are concerned that eggs from Ukraine won't meet EU welfare standards.
UK lamb and mutton exports to China are up 93 per cent on last year.