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Alex James visits Woodlands Organic Farm in Boston to meet one of the nominees for the 2009 BBC Farmer of the Year award. Andrew Dennis does organic on a big scale with cereals, traditional livestock and vegetables. But the decision in the mid-1990s to make the conversion from conventional agriculture was a risk. Alex discovers how Andrew has made it a success and whether the recession threatens such large-scale organic farming.
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