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04/12/2012

A study links low level exposure to sheep dip chemicals with lasting brain damage in some farmers who used organophosphates in the 1980s and 90s.

As high speed broadband is rolled out in Cumbria, questions are raised about the speed at which it is being implemented in the rest of Britain

The charity Oxfam says financial speculation in the future commodities markets is playing a large part in the high cost of food throughout the world

Farming Today was presented by Anna Hill and produced in Birmingham by Ruth Sanderson.

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14 minutes

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Tue 4 Dec 2012 05:45

Eight things we’ve learned from 80 years of Farming Today

Eight things we’ve learned from 80 years of Farming Today

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