BBC Radio York look at issues affecting farming and the North Yorkshire countryside.
Sun 9 Apr 2017
In the last Yorkshire Farming programme, Gareth Barlow opens up the archives.
Sun 2 Apr 2017
Yorkshire Farming is coming to an end, in this penultimate programme we open the archives.
Sun 26 Mar 2017
Princess Anne shares her thoughts on GM crops and community allotments start in Leeds.
Sun 19 Mar 2017
FERA, The Food and Environment Research Agency in York hosted #Biosecuriyt17 Conference.
Sun 12 Mar 2017
A new environmental payment scheme for farmers is being piloted in the Yorkshire Dales.
Sun 5 Mar 2017
Gareth Barlow visits an multi-award winning cheese producer and looks at food shortages.
Sun 26 Feb 2017
Can natural flood management protect Yorkshire from floods? Plus petrol power from plants.
Sun 19 Feb 2017
The search is on for a beer to represent the Pennine Way, the UK's oldest National Trail.
Sun 12 Feb 2017
Could contraceptives for grey squirrels help protect North Yorkshire's reds?
Sun 5 Feb 2017
Pocklington Canal is getting a facelift and farmer are being encouraged to count birds.
Sun 29 Jan 2017
Yorkshire's lobster and crab fisheries are the largest in Europe and there's great demand.
Sun 22 Jan 2017
Journey to the heart of the Yorkshire Dales to visit the Wensleydale Creamery.
Sun 15 Jan 2017
Happy dairy farmers, cattle being fed apple cider vinegar, black top milk and more!
Sun 8 Jan 2017
Gareth Barlow explores the future for farming in 2017, post-Brexit and beyond.
New Year's Day 2017
As a new year begins, Gareth Barlow reviews the rural stories from autumn 2016.
Sun 18 Dec 2016
Greater cooperation is being urged to tackle future flooding, what's the role of farmers?
Sun 11 Dec 2016
Gareth Barlow got up with the lark to go on the delivery round with one of York's milkmen.
Sun 4 Dec 2016
Farmers in North Yorkshire get a winter MOT, plus the Christmas roast - is it ready yet?
Sun 27 Nov 2016
Research in North Yorkshire is looking at how bees can be given an energy boost.
Sun 20 Nov 2016
Gareth Barlow charts the work being done in the Yorkshire Dales to conserve dormice.
Sun 13 Nov 2016
Gareth Barlow charts the development of a farmland spray and looks at dairy calf costs.
Sun 6 Nov 2016
Consumer demand for venison is booming and meet York's newest butchers.
Sun 30 Oct 2016
Gareth Barlow meets the scientists and researchers looking at the future for farming.
Sun 23 Oct 2016
Explore a county of grass fields, livestock markets and industry-leading farms.
Sun 16 Oct 2016
We go behind the scenes of the world's second largest ice cream factory.
Sun 9 Oct 2016
How can slug poison be kept out of watercourses and do fish still understand each other?
Sun 2 Oct 2016
The Badger Faced Sheep Society celebrates its fortieth year, Yorkshire wine, birds & more.
Sun 25 Sep 2016
Gareth Barlow explores how Yorkshire's iconic landscapes are environmentally managed.
Sun 18 Sep 2016
Gareth Barlow speaks with Countryfile's Adam Henson and has mild panic with a lot of bees!
Sun 11 Sep 2016
The Yorkshire Farming team stave off the onset of Autumn with a look back at summer!
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