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21/01/20 Post-Brexit ban on chlorine-washed chicken, Welsh agriculture bill, ropeless lobster pots, fodder beet

The EU has had to defend its current ban on importing chlorine-washed chicken in the courts, and why the UK could find it even harder to keep those bans in place post-Brexit.

Today we hear how the EU has had to defend its current ban on importing hormone injected beef and chlorine washed chicken in the courts, and why the UK could find it even harder to keep those bans in place post-Brexit.
Anna Hill speaks to Welsh farming secretary, Lesley Griffiths, to get some more detail on the plans for Welsh agriculture outside the EU.
Trials are underway off the Scottish coast, trying out a new type of fishing gear aimed at reducing the number of whales and other large marine animals that get entangled in ropes.
As part of this week's focus on sugar beet, Mariclare Carey-Jones visits farmer Rhodri Davies who grows fodder beet in the Vale of Glamorgan.

Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.

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