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13 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 16 October 2013

The National Farmers' Union President, Peter Kendall, has decided not to stand for re-election. He tells Anna Hill why.

The Welsh Government has published proposals for new legislation to speed up the process of removing abandoned and fly grazing horses from land. Councils would be able to seize, impound, and even put down horses.

Anna hears about a global farmers' twitter chat being held tonight, to mark World Food Day.

And the future of Biofuels made from plant waste not edible crops.

Presented by Anna Hill, and Produced by Sarah Swadling.



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