Charlotte Smith explores bio-beds and big sprayers at CROPtec in Peterborough.
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Owen Paterson tells us he is giving two million rural dwellers a voice in government.
No special treatment for rural areas - the government says it already gives enough support
Career development for farmers - why the industry needs to become more professional.
Organic food - healthy and sustainable or an overpriced luxury? With Charlotte Smith.
Will the government's pollination plan address the decline of both bees and bee farmers?
Reaction to the badger cull in Gloucestershire getting another eight weeks.
National Trust members are to vote this weekend on badger culling on its land.
The organic dairy industry is losing farmers - Anna Hill finds out why.
Small green shoots of recovery for organics as sales go up for the first time in years.
Charlotte Smith visits the UK's newest power station, which will be fed by farm straw.
The National Farmers' Union breaks its silence over progress with the pilot badger culls.
Should farmers be allowed to convert their barns and outbuildings into homes?
NFU president Peter Kendall won't be standing for re-election.
Reports of food fraud have gone up by a third, despite fewer resources for food testing.
Tens of thousands of cattle are killed in snowstorms in the United States.
Charlotte Smith visits an exporter that is sending cuts of Welsh lamb around the world.
Sheep rustling has more than doubled in two years. What's happening to the stolen animals?
A report into the effectiveness of tests done to check the safety of our food.
There are reports that too few badgers have been shot in the two pilot badger culls.
All change at Defra - two ministers are replaced, along with their Labour shadow.
The government launches new plans to boost food exports, but will they help our farmers?
Charlotte Smith meets a farmer who took a risk and expanded his business. Did it pay off?
Nearly a quarter of Wales' largest ancient forest is being felled because of disease.
Charlotte Smith reports from the Dairy Show 2013 in Somerset.
Fixed pay rates for farm workers in England are scrapped, but Wales wants to keep them.
How can farmers avoid using illegal gang labour? Anna Hill finds out more.