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Farmers are calling for fly-gazing to be made a criminal, rather than a civil, offence. The National Farmers' Union says an increasing number of horses and ponies are being abandoned on other people's land, and it's become a huge problem in some areas. Toby Field visits a horse sanctuary in Somerset, to see what impact fly-grazing has.
And £2 million is being spent on research into breeding strawberries which are more resistant to disease.
Presented by Charlotte Smith. Produced in Bristol by Emma Weatherill.