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Anna Hill hears about an internet con swindling farmers out of thousands of pounds.
How a third of food produced across the world gets wasted before it reaches the plate.
Anna Hill hears that tonnes of in-date, edible food is being fed to animals.
Natural England question how successful the planned badger cull in England would be.
Anna Hill hears about the hidden problem of TB in alpacas and llamas.
Reducing waste food in restaurants. Plus, rediscovering Pershore Eggs and other old plums.
How planting trees could save free range hens from feather pecking.
With Caz Graham. The UK agricultural industry claims 3.5 billion pounds in EU subsidies.
Caz Graham discusses the millions of pounds of European subsidy claimed by food companies.
A bull's reprieve from slaughter for TB, and how garlic can reduce methane from cattle.
Not-spots to hot-spots as the Government sets out its rural broadband plans.
The latest bovine bling, and Government plans to improve rural broadband. With Caz Graham.
Two thirds of people support farmers receiving European subsidies, according to research.
Charlotte Smith explores growing more food, with less impact on the environment.
As the Glorious 12th arrives, grouse are dwindling in some parts of Scotland.
Supermarkets and dairy processors have been fined 50 million pounds for price fixing.
Farmers in Essex say planning rules prevent them producing more food for the UK.
The senior police officer who thinks communities need to do more to tackle rural crime.
There were £50million worth of thefts on UK farms last year.
Charlotte Smith takes to the combine to try and help finish the harvest.
The team battle thunderstorms as they take in the harvest at a Lincolnshire farm.
Charlotte Smith is in Lincolnshire driving a combine to harvest a field of oil seed rape.
How the drought has affected this year's harvest.
Charlotte Smith takes control of a combine as Farming Today prepares for the harvest.
Satellite monitored cows are helping restore wildlife habitats in the Lake District.
Sarah Swadling looks at how dairy farmers are surviving a tough economic climate.
Fluorescent chicken feed is being developed to combat food poisoning.
Four of the 14 UK cheeses awarded EU protected food status have disappeared from sale.
The economics of producing milk for cheesemaking. From Nantwich International Cheese Show.
Sarah Swadling hears why cattle TB tests and culls are needed to safeguard public health.