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.
East European migrant workers in East Anglia tell Anna Hill their pre-election concerns.
Charlotte Smith meets a lady who started to farm during WW2 and is still going strong.
Eight cows have been put down after a 'horrific' dog attack in Anglesey.
The Scottish sheep farmer who bought British lamb, only to find it was from New Zealand.
Presented by Anna Hill. Includes a rural analysis of the Conservative party manifesto.
The rural analysis of the Labour Party manifesto.
Scientists have found stressful conditions can trigger illness in pigs. With Sybil Ruscoe.
Charlotte Smith meets a teenager running the family farm since his father's recent death.
A backlog of unsold Scottish beef means farmers cannot sell their cattle for weeks.
Why a drought in New Zealand is leading to more lamb from the New World in UK shops.
How a strain of plant disease from the Himalayas could threaten UK wheat yields.
Another fall in the value of dairy commodities - just what farmers don't want to hear.
Four farmers from four different continents tell Caz Graham about their work.
Charlotte Smith is on a smallholding that sells turkey, goose, duck and chicken eggs.
Charlotte Smith finds out how British farmers are responding to climate change.
Scotland gets control over its own food safety, standards and labelling.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Caz Graham.
New measures are being put in place to tackle the most common cause of abortion in cattle.
Fishermen in England fear a new online-only logging system could spell chaos.
A panel discussion about the influence of Westminster politics on farming and rural life.
Shoppers express confusion about the meaning of the Red Tractor food labelling scheme.
Defra is quizzed over its handling of the troubled new online-only subsidy claims system.
A strong pound and zero inflation rate present challenges for British farmers.
Two men are sentenced in the first cases connected to the horsemeat scandal in 2013.