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Anna Hill hears how farmers and police are working together to stamp out sheep worrying.
Fisheries minister George Eustice describes his vision for the industry after Brexit.
How a 'hard' Brexit could impact UK agriculture.
Who is George Ervin Perdue III? Charlotte Smith on the new US agriculture secretary.
Farmers at LAMMA, the agricultural machinery show, on their views of life after Brexit.
The farming reaction to the PM's announcement that Britain will leave the single market.
Gangmasters Licencing Authority to be sued for alleged 'negligence' by exploited workers.
Cider apple vinegar and the reduction of antibiotic use - are they linked?
Charlotte Smith is in the Brecon Beacons National Park meeting farmers and staff.
How planning rules affect housing in the UK's National Parks.
Ban on neonicotinoid seed treatments costs the EU industry 900m euros, a new report claims
New research shows how dementia may be affecting farmers suffering from isolation.
A new study shows liver disease in rats that have ingested very low levels of glyphosate.
Poultry keepers count the cost of the extended Avian Flu Housing Order.
Caz Graham meets farmers to ask how the industry can thrive in the uncertainty of 2017.
Caz Graham reports from the 2017 Oxford Real Farming Conference.
Environment secretary Andrea Leadsom addresses the Oxford Farming Conference.
Use of chemicals by salmon farms to tackle sea lice is on the increase.
Caz Graham looks at some of the issues at this year's Oxford Real Farming Conference.
Caz Graham explores the issues ahead of this year's Oxford Farming Conference.
Charlotte Smith and guests discuss what a new British Agricultural Policy might look like.
Former BBC weatherman Peter Gibbs looks at the influence of weather forecasting on farming
The farm advisor heading out to work on the world's most remote inhabited island.
Vernon Harwood meets the new tenant who'll pay £1 a year for a farm in North Wales.
Sybil Ruscoe meets the Rev Canon Eileen Davies, a farmer and vicar in west Wales.
The music that bees make! And monitoring the hazel dormouse.
Caz Graham takes a look at some festive gifts all made on farms.
The Tenant Farmers Association calls for county councils to keep their farm estates.
Why a shortage of seasonal workers post-Brexit could mean more expensive turkeys next year
Asparagus from the Vale of Evesham gains EU protected food status after a 4-year campaign.