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Sarah Swadling meets the growers whose busiest time is Christmas.
Charlotte Smith revisits one of the Somerset farms affected by January's floods.
Charlotte Smith meets four generations of the Palmer family, who farm in south Cornwall.
Farming Today explores what has changed ten years on from the Hunting Act.
A special Christmas morning show from the nativity staged in a barn on a Devon dairy farm.
Anna Hill presents the Christmas Eve edition.
A highly infectious pig disease reaches Europe.
Campylobacter testing on farms.
How EU fishing quotas will effect UK coastal industry.
As Defra releases the badger cull figures, we ask how successful the operation was.
A scheme helping farmers feed their animals in a crisis is set to become a charity.
As the 2015 EU fishing quota is set, we hear about the confusion over the discard ban.
Nearly half of the fish caught under the UK's quotas are caught by non-British vessels.
British fishermen brace themselves for cuts as European ministers negotiate fish quotas.
Charlotte Smith goes to a farm in Lincolnshire to talk brassicas.
New research aims to produce more environmentally friendly brassicas.
Sybil Ruscoe looks at women in agriculture, brassicas for livestock and beer from quinoa.
Why support from vets for the government's controversial badger cull is faltering.
With dairy prices still falling, could there be an alternative use for milk?
Anna Hill presents reports on England's coastal path, rental Christmas trees and brassicas
A look at the farmers and producers behind our Christmas dinner. Presented by Anna Hill.
Tidal surge anniversary, Christmas pork and the Potato Council. Anna Hill presents.
The Rural Coalition says the government must do better for those in the countryside.
Farmers are calling for a public inquiry into the effects of sheep dip on their health.
Too many farm animals are dying before they even reach the abattoir, says a new report.
A new project aims to develop varieties of wheat better able to cope with climate change.