Thanet Council backs down over its ban on live animal exports from Ramsgate.
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The winner of the 'Farming Today' Farmer of the Year award is revealed.
Shoppers may have to pay more for potatoes after the worst harvest for 35 years.
Farmers will have to change what they grow after Britain's soaking autumn takes hold.
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Proposals to relax testing for BSE in cattle are welcomed by vets and the meat industry.
Charlotte Smith asks if farming was to blame for the collapse of EU budget negotiations.
Caz Graham reports from Strasbourg on how EU budget negotiations may impact UK farming.
Farmers scramble to find seeds for planting crops next spring, as stocks run low.
One of the largest meat processors in Europe decides to sell off all 38 plants in the UK.
Anna Hill hears how gardeners can help the fight against Ash Dieback.
Charlotte Smith looks at the dramatic decline in the UK bird population.
Charlotte Smith hears how important Christmas has become for many British food producers.
A farmer's heartbreak as his sheep are slaughtered by criminals. With Charlotte Smith.
Goose farmers fatten up the birds ready for the Christmas dinner table.
A mysterious disease affecting Christmas trees is causing big problems for some growers.
Huge numbers of migrating birds flocking to the UK will find very little winter food.
It's make or break for turkey farmers as they prepare for the Christmas rush.
What to make of mushrooms? The third most popular 'vegetable' in supermarkets.
Charlotte Smith reports on how the genetic history of Britain's ash trees may save them.
Livestock farmers welcome a supermarket plan to tie the price of meat to feed costs.
Invasive American signal crayfish cause concern for the Scottish salmon industry.
Anna Hill hears concerns that village greens could be lost under new government plans.
With ash dieback now in the wild in the UK, Anna Hill reports on our threatened woodlands.
Scientists say feeding turnips to sheep can help reduce E.coli in the livestock.
Schmallenberg virus has been discovered in Northern Ireland for the first time.