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Anna Hill examines why Red Deer in some parts of Scotland are reported to be starving to death in the snow. Meanwhile, in Cornwall the daffodil harvest is a month behind, but growers don't want the weather to warm up too quickly. Also on the programme, the Norfolk farmer producing cheese and power for a nearby village, all from cows and their by-products.

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Wed 17 Feb 2010 05:45