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Sybil Ruscoe is at a farm growing maize to produce electricity by anaerobic digestion.
Sarah Swadling meets the farmer on a mission to breed a hen that lays green shelled eggs.
Caz Graham heads to Cumbria's Lyth Valley on a hunt for damsons at harvest time.
After the horsemeat scandal, Sybil Ruscoe explores a legitimate market for the meat.
Sybil Ruscoe visits a Welsh farm offering eco-friendly burials.
Tessa Dunlop helps out with the gooseberry pick on a fruit farm in North Perthshire.
Caz Graham joins the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust vaccinating badgers.
Sybil Ruscoe visits Devon to look at Bovine TB through a vet's eyes.
The race is on to harvest the perfect pea... from field to freezer in two and a half hours
Caz Graham visits the Isle of Mull to investigate the challenges of island farming.
In the Pinks: Sarah Swadling visits an Isles of Scilly flower farm.
On Your Farm goes fishing for whelks in the Moray Firth.
Sarah Swadling meets Croatian farmers facing an uncertain future in the EU.
The End of a Pig Farm. Charlotte Smith visits a family leaving the industry after 43 years
Hundreds of farms across the country open their doors to the public for Open Farm Sunday.
Unpasteurised Suffolk brie - a young farmer's attempt to create something unique.
Caz Graham reports from this year's Keswick tup fair.
Eating your garden - James Wong guides us through eating your dahlias and hostas.
Younger farmers are tempted to livestock auctions with an offer of loaned animals.
Welsh hill farmers' desperate fight against snowdrifts, as they try to save their sheep.
Caz Graham visits a Welsh dairy farmer with controversial plans for expansion.
Caz Graham visits the Roslin Institute, the world-leading centre for genetic research.
The villagers who saved their common from encroaching scrub by buying a herd of cows.
Sarah Swadling meets Gloucestershire farmer Eric Freeman of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust
Caz Graham looks at how the monks of Ampleforth Abbey are adapting to 21st-century farming
Caz Graham visits the largest producer of ducks to the British retail market.
Sarah Swadling investigates the benefits of getting a food product protected by the EU.
Caz Graham discovers how farming on Earth is increasingly being shaped by outer space.
Exploring the importance of primestock shows in the farming Christmas calendar.
Caz Graham visits Europe's largest wild eel fishery on Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland.