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Problems with the Basic Payment Scheme, Riding for the Disabled, Cuts to the Common Agricultural Policy

Jake Freestone explains how an error in the way his fields were satellite-mapped has led to a delay in him receiving his Basic Payment from the Rural Payments Agency.

Jake Freestone of Overbury Farms explains how an error the way his fields were satellite-mapped has led to a delay in him receiving his Basic Payment from the Rural Payments Agency.

Clare Worden's been to meet horse-riders and volunteers at the Magpie Centre in West Norfolk which specialises in riding for the disabled.

The EU is proposing cuts to its Common Agricultural Policy. Peter Midmore of Aberystwyth University tells Sybil Ruscoe why they might be considering these changes.

Vets are warning sheep farmers about a parasitic worm that can be deadly to lambs - Nematodirus. Faith Page has been finding out more from Richard Aldis at Walford Agricultural College in North Shropshire.

Producer: Toby Field.

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