Views on the British pig industry as seen by Wiltshire pig farmer Cameron Naughton.
Climbdown for the Rural Payments Agency amid problems with the new online system.
Budget reactions as farmers welcome the change in averaging farm income over five years.
One farmer shares their experience accessing the new online system for farm subsidies.
New research is published that could inform the debate over halal meat.
Why there is a pork glut in the EU, and why it is cheaper on the continent than UK pork.
How farmers are harnessing the power of renewable energy.
Are British food and farming standards in danger of being diluted by trade negotiations?
Farmers complain about the rural payment online system, as it is defended in Parliament.
Farmers' fears that the reintroduction of the lynx could harm livestock. With Anna Hill.
The Rural Payments Agency responds to farmers' criticism of the new online claim system.
Farmers fear for their payments as computer problems persist at the Rural Payments Agency.
Charlotte Smith goes to a south Gloucestershire farm to talk pests and predators.
Police highlight farm slavery in East Anglia, plus how salmon farms handle predatory seals
Britain's Young Farmers' Clubs are facing a financial crisis. Sybil Ruscoe finds out why.
The development of TB-resistant cows in China and the challenge of sexing chicks.
How much water do farmed ducks need? Anna Hill talks to a duck farmer and the RSPCA.
The Gangmasters Licensing Authority holds its first national conference.
Charlotte Smith finds out about rare breeds of farm animals at Bicton College in Devon.
A Gloucestershire vet has conducted his own analysis of the impact of the badger cull.
Five political parties at the NFU Conference explain their priorities for farming.
Anna Hill discusses farm volatility, the theme of this year's NFU conference.
Potato growers feel the pinch as supply outstrips demand. Presented by Anna Hill.
A glimmer of hope for UK dairy farmers as global markets start to improve.
Anna Hill looks at the precious resource of soil.
A discussion on whether neonicotinoid pesticides can persist in the soil for years.
A voluntary beef code is introduced in a bid to bring stability to the market.
Warnings that the end of milk quotas in April will mean more bad news for farmers.
Old fashioned crop rotation as a way to save soils.
Farming Today hears from a farmer in Wales who has been targeted by sheep rustlers.