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Farming Today checks on the progress of the harvest, and hears how this year had a late start but is now making up for lost time. Arable expert Susan Twining describes how the winter barley and oilseed rape harvests are in full-swing, explains why winter wheat is lagging slightly behind, and tells us that farmers are keeping their fingers crossed for a sunny week ahead.
The East Kent Golding Hop has joined a very exclusive club, by winning Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) status. Sybil Ruscoe finds out why a humble hop deserves to sit alongside famous Herefordshire Cider and the mighty Cornish Pasty.
And today is the "Glorious Twelfth" - the start of the grouse shooting season. Caz Graham heads out on to the moors where trainee gamekeepers are learning their trade.
Presented by Sybil Ruscoe and produced in Bristol by Anna Jones.
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