Protests by farmers against retailers are going to take place in the run up to Christmas.
Charlotte Smith looks at some of the controversial practices in British farming.
For the first time in three years, a plane full of pigs will be winging its way to China.
Plans for Britain's largest dairy farm have been cut back to gain public approval.
Protests against plans for Britain's largest ever dairy farm show no signs of dying down.
Anna Hill hears the UK has lost 60 percent of its council farms over the last 25 years.
Charlotte Smith asks if dairy farmers are doing enough to protect cow welfare.
As food prices continue to rise, Charlotte Smith finds out whether farmers are cashing in.
Wild ducks are still being shot with lead despite it being banned over a decade ago.
There are calls for England's National Parks to be sold to raise money for the government.
One farmer says he'll take the law into his own hands if trespassing on his land continues
Plans for the UK's biggest dairy farm are scaled back after criticism from locals.
The price of food is rising. How long will it be before shoppers feel the pinch?
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
The RSPCA claims chickens from Thailand enjoy better welfare than British birds.
38 people died working on British farms last year. We ask how farming can be made safer.
Haddock from sustainable stocks will now be clearly labelled.
Anna Hill hears how private business may cash in if the National Forests are sold off.
Caz Graham hears Britain's seas will have a full planning system for the first time.
Farming Today looks at how the UK will meet a 15 percent renewable energy target by 2020.
The number of eels in British rivers has declined by 95% in the last 30 years.
Caz Graham asks if landowners who amalgamate smaller tenant farms are damaging farming.
The clocks could go back this weekend for what could be the last time.
Anna Hill hears a farm was raided after children were spotted working in the fields.
A farmer is forced to shoot a bullock because the animal didn't have a passport.
Charlotte Smith hears concerns that rural areas may be hit harder by the spending cuts.
Farming Today reports on the realities of the spending cuts on rural Britain.
The budget for DEFRA has been cut by almost a third in the goverment's spending review.
Farmers are expecting to fund more of DEFRA's responsibilities after the announced cuts.
Unions claim the government cull of quangos could push farm workers into poverty.