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The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Anna Hill.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Presented by Anna Hill. New avian flu rules have been brought in overnight.
Charlotte Smith hears about the career options for new entrants to the farming industry.
Animal welfare from the University of Bristol Vet School Farm.
Why a meat-free diet is becoming a controversial issue in the German elections.
Charlotte Smith asks whether the killing of animals without stunning can be humane.
Farming Today reports from the first NFU Conference since the Brexit vote.
Council tenant farm sell-off, annual organic report, animal welfare in the slaughterhouse.
The UK sugar beet industry predicts a bumper year.
Do people in rural areas get poorer care than those in urban Britain?
Irish police farm raid, an Archers symposium, James Herriot in Moscow and retired farmers.
Mental health in agriculture and a row about rabbit farming.
Caz Graham hears why Grimsby is being hit hard by the Icelandic trawler strike.
Insurers say the cost of dog attacks on livestock could hit almost £1.5 million a year.
Rural care funding, geothermal heating and cider making.
Charlotte Smith asks what Brexit could mean for UK agricultural imports and exports.
Avian flu restrictions, producing billy goat meat and Brexit imports and exports.
Welsh anger at minister snub, cider exports, and the NFU neonicotinoids bid.
UK farmers struggling to recruit migrant workers are offering improved accommodation.
A look at evidence of a poultry keeper flouting laws preventing the spread of bird flu.
How could the UK agriculture's import/export patterns change after Brexit?
A look at the health of the UK sheep industry, from a farm in the Brecon Beacons.
Europe is reforming the CAP - again. Charlotte Smith asks: should we care?
Milk prices are on the rise, so are dairy farmers happy?