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Attacks by dogs on livestock are costing farmers a million pounds a year. That's the figure the insurers NFU mutual have put on the problem. In an attempt to educate dog owners and prevent future attacks; insurers, police and the BHS are staging a series of puppy socialisation classes where pets can meet farm animals. Sybil Ruscoe meets the canine pupils.
Phil Stocker, the chief executive of the National Sheep Association says what farmers and members of the public can do to keep their dogs under control in the countryside.
Philip Ponsford, chairman of the British Cheese Board, discusses why cheese is increasingly expensive to make.
Presented by Charlotte Smith, Produced by Toby Field.