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Doubt is cast over a cull of badgers in England after the Welsh plan is scrapped.
Anna Hill hears speculation that the Food Standards Agency is to close.
Charlotte Smith hears why the supermarket ombudsman faces further delays.
The Farming Today pigs finally go to the abattoir. What's the verdict?
Charlotte Smith hears two million pounds will be invested in rural broadband for Wales.
The Environment Agency is accused of not giving value for money.
Six months after their birth, the Farming Today pigs are off to the abattoir.
Anna Hill hears calls for polytunnels to be banned from National Parks.
The Prince of Wales launches a Countryside Trust to raise money for rural communities.
The rise of the smallholder movement.
Pesticide residues on food are apparently so low that there is no impact on human health.
Farming is now the most dangerous job in Britain. Charlotte Smith hears why.
The government has abolished the Commission for Rural Communities.
Anna Hill hears that 90 per cent of the UKs peat bogs are dying.
British farmers still affected by the Chernobyl disaster demand a rise in compensation.
Charlotte Smith asks if farmers are squeezing enough out of the drinks market.
The government scales back its plan to vaccinate badgers to control TB in cattle.
Charlotte Smith hears that the emergency budget will hit rural areas hardest.
Featuring the news that DEFRA faces a 25 per cent budget cut.
Anna Hill hears how science can help save the honey bee population from decline.
Farmers face losing their businesses as another council looks to sell its farms.
As hill farmers struggle, Charlotte Smith considers the future of the uplands.
Another plan for a mega dairy housing thousands of cows is withdrawn.
National Parks warn landscapes may suffer, as the government cuts their budget.
Farmers insist that their farms are safe, clean and open for business.
A controversial cull of badgers in Wales will now be delayed. Charlotte Smith reports.
Farming Today meets the scientists at the cutting edge of farming research.
UK imports of bees from Hawaii have been halted to stop the spread of a serious disease.
Farming Today reports from Cereals 2010, the largest arable show in Europe.