The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Caz Graham.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Anna Hill.
Farmers in Ireland are angry over a two million euro pay-off for a union leader.
Farming Today has spent the past week on dairy farm, exploring the issues facing farmers.
Whether diversification into cheesemaking is the way to go.
Charlotte Smith explores the dairy industry from a farm in Gloucestershire.
Anna Hill follows the milk from the farm to the processing plant.
Anna Hill finds out what life is really like on a family dairy farm.
This week Farming Today comes from a dairy farm, exploring the reality of milk production.
Charlotte Smith is at an award-winning rural pub to discuss the UK drinks industry.
Sheep farmers push for recognition of the effects sheep dip may have had on their health.
The government's being taken to court over claims it isn't doing enough to protect rivers.
New research on the effects of pesticides on honey bees.
A group of UK dairy businesses have just returned from a trade mission to China.
Dairy farmers across the UK start to get European emergency aid payments.
Charlotte Smith explores the issues facing tenant farmers.
The report on glyphosate, tenant farming, plus the Farming Today cow.
New research suggests intensive farming may increase incidence of bovine TB.
With Anna Hill. Including rural policing, tackling wildfires, rural broadband.
Defra faces deep funding cuts over the next four years.
Caz Graham asks what the future holds for tenant farmers.
Caz Graham visits a house in Somerset where the RABI runs a home for retired farmers.
Game fairs, Gay Farmer Helpline, taste tourism and the question of UK farming and the EU.
The Irish government meets to discuss illegal migrant labourers on fishing fleets.
Farming Today visits the first potato-powered food factory in the world.
Emergency supplies arrive in Orkney, where farmers are struggling to feed their cattle.