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.
The NFU condemns DEFRA's handling of its call to use pesticide-coated seeds in the UK.
Charlotte Smith explores the flower growing industry in the UK.
An EU farming body calls for help for struggling dairy farmers.
OECD predicts the future of farming, and the go-ahead for North York Moors potash mine.
A new Countryside Stewardship scheme is launched.
Anna Hill presents farming news. Orkney farmers are struggling with cold, wet weather.
New developments in the supermarket milk price war - will farmers pay for the price cuts?
Charlotte Smith finds out about the work of farm vets.
UK GM field trials fail to repel wheat aphids, and Glastonbury waste turns into fertiliser
Sir Jim Paice stands down as chairman of First Milk and there is another milk price cut.
Is fracking back in the UK? A decision for new sites in Lancashire is due.
Significant changes to land ownership in Scotland are published.
A preview of a survey of food producers' experiences with retailers.
Tough times for dairy farming, but who is staying in business, and how are they doing it?
The EU agriculture commissioner says that British farmers will lose out from an EU exit.
Conservationists want beavers reintroduced in Scotland, but farmers foresee problems.
Cheese labelled from the UK may not be made from UK milk - a minister argues for change.
A farmer ploughs up his hay field margins to avoid a 'permanent pasture' classification.
RPA deadline, the dairy farmer who has decided to leave the industry and BSE.
Charlotte Smith hears about the latest in arable farming at Cereals 2015 in Lincolnshire.
Do we need GM to feed the world? And why a wildlife trust is going to court over bats.
A US government advisor says Europe needs to be better informed about GM crops.
Anna Hill looks at the latest on the sheep dip debate, badger vaccination trials and more.