A new report saying eat less meat is condemned as a starvation diet.
Meat-free report slammed, wool revival, agri-tech
Scrutiny of Fisheries Bill, big machinery, potato trial
An investigation by MPs into the Fisheries Bill says it is short on detail.
No-deal Brexit and the Environment, high-tech slurry, photorespiratory shortcut, cannabis farming
Friends of the Earth claim a no-deal Brexit will leave the environment vulnerable.
Silvopasture trials, US government shutdown, Apple blossom thinning
Is silvopasture a silver bullet for farmers? Charlotte hears about trials in Wiltshire.
A lethal hare disease, Microsoft takes on farming, badger baiting, farm antibiotic use and attitudes to dairy
How Farming Today listeners helped identify a new disease in UK hares.
From robot pickers to precision pest control, the future of farming is high-tech.
Food prices after Brexit, the importance of saltmarshes and farm vets cutting antibiotic use
Charlotte Smith asks, Will food prices go up or down in the event of a no deal Brexit?
No-Deal Brexit Trade, Reducing Antibiotics on Dairy Farms, Fly-tipping in Woodlands
We hear what could happen to farmers exporting lamb in the event of a 'no-deal Brexit'.
Devolved farming lobbies react to amendments to the withdrawal agreement
Anna Hill considers where the latest Brexit activity leave the UK's farmers.
Natural England, chicken health, US trade
The union Prospect claims Natural England is in crisis - how do they respond?
Project Calf, Antibiotics for sheep
Anna Hill considers the impact of a new vegan campaign focusing on dairy farms.
Anna Jones visits a pig farm in Gloucestershire that's drastically cut its antibiotic use.
Dairy Farming and Market Fluctuations, Food and Farming Awards
Are the highs and lows of dairy farming finally levelling out?
Pig abuse, high-tech dairy, machinery club
Undercover filming revealed cruelty to pigs - could farms do more to monitor their staff?
US farmers on trade, the impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland's sheep farmers, an increase in organic sales
The president of the National Farmers Union of America talks about trade after Brexit.
Fish quotas, Scottish farmers, Getting out of dairy
Report says don't blame EU if fish quotas are a mess; Scottish farmers meet; leaving dairy
The discard ban, equine flu and a toilet for cows
Could a cow toilet help reduce ammonia pollution from dairy farms?
Farming Today This Week: Dairy
Charlotte Smith visits a dairy farm and the processor they sell to - from cow to kefir!
Hare coursing, the economic impact of equine flu, and what are city farms for?
We hear from farmers in Cambridgeshire being threatened and intimidated by hare coursers.
Rural services in decline, American dairy, farm plastic, Gloucester City Farm
Poor access to mobile signal and transport services is holding back the rural economy.
Chris Packham tackles wildlife crime, vertical farming, live animal transport, Stepney city farm
Chris Packham starts a new venture - bringing prosecutions against wildlife crime.
Litter in the countryside, electrical pulse fishing and a city care farm
How do we stop littering in the countryside?
Welsh food branding, flood defence, city farms
Some food producers in Wales want Welsh food to carry the dragon instead of the Union flag
Farming Today This Week: City Farms
Sybil Ruscoe visits Windmill Hill City Farm in Bristol.
Animal, Vegetable or Mineral?
Mark Carwardine and Douglas Adams go in search of weird, exotic endangered animals.
The Rock Of The Black Water
Anne Marie meets Peadar Montague, author of a book about the townland of Cregnadovesky.
Celebrating difference in rural Britain
Matt Naylor is trying to make the countryside a friendlier place for LGBTQ people.
Alan Stennett with farming community news, issues and prices.
A is for Apples and Alpaca
Discovering the Welsh Heritage Cider Apples and Perry Pears and walking with Alpaca.