How soft fruit and horticulture producers are handling a rising wage bill.
The US could remove the ban on UK lamb imports after 20 years.
Supermarkets pledge to phase out caged hens' eggs, but free range producers are worried.
Scientists have discovered the gene which makes tomatoes go squishy.
A new drug for dairy cattle is suspended after cows die in Denmark.
How farmers and water companies are working together to tackle the water quality problem.
Drought in Queensland, Australia where farmers have endured four failed wet seasons.
The EU pledges 500m Euros in aid for struggling dairy farmers - how should it be spent?
The Coronation Meadows, sown to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, are in full bloom.
Farmers in Northern Ireland are hoping to maintain their farm subsidies post-Brexit.
Scottish and Welsh reactions to the new DEFRA secretary of state.
Have agricultural shows lost their way in modern Britain? Charlotte Smith finds out.
Andrea Leadsom to be new secretary of state for Defra and cheating at agricultural shows.
A new campaign to highlight the dangers of dogs to sheep and lambs is to be launched.
A new single-shot TB vaccine, using superbug technology, is being developed for cattle.
ARLA launches premium Farmers' Milk, but will it make a difference for UK dairy farmers?
Flashing fishing nets, the discard ban and agricultural shows.
From strawberries to raspberries, Charlotte Smith finds out about the season's soft fruit.
Twenty years on from Dolly the Sheep, and a look at the horticulture sector post-Brexit.
DEFRA Minister George Eustice, Migrant Workers and the 2016 Livestock Event.
Pear ripening compound, Gooseberries and the Future Forestry workers.
Scientists at East Malling Research Institute may have discovered the perfect strawberry.
Migrant workers take action to demonstrate their economic value.
What should a post-Brexit British agricultural policy look like? Four guests discuss.
Who will replace European migrant workers picking UK fruit and vegetables post-Brexit?
The weedkiller Glyphosate is relicenced for another 18 months, despite some safety fears.
Anna Hill asks what post-Brexit agricultural trade might look like.
DEFRA secretary Liz Truss discusses the future of agriculture post Brexit.
British farming outside the European Union. Will Brexit be good news or bad?
Reaction and insight following the UK's decision to leave the EU.