How can dairy farmers reduce their ammonia emissions?
Tariffs in a No Deal scenario, ammonia emissions and catchment sensitive farming
A new Minister at DEFRA, struggling rural services, ambulance response times and how to reward farmers for soil health
Who is the new Farming Minister?
US food safety standards; farmland worm count; reactions to new farming minister.
The US says it's a leader in food safety - is that the case? Charlotte Smith finds out.
Farmers and activists, peatland restoration and rural services
Protests against farms: what's the impact and how should they be handled?
Charlotte Smith learns about one farmer's crusade to save his soil.
Rising sheep thefts, Net zero carbon dairy, Next generation farming
Ten thousand sheep were stolen in 2018 with only one arrest.
Climate friendly dairying, Agricultural apprenticeships, Trading grain direct
As we reported yesterday, Arla plans to be carbon-neutral by 2050 - but is it workable?
Brexit withdrawal agreement vote; organic farming inputs; starting out in farming; Cheltenham Festival.
Parliament's voted on the withdrawal agreement: but what does it mean for British farmers?
Delaying Brexit vote, no-deal vote, tariff plan, land-managing goats, agricultural careers
MPs have said no to a no-deal Brexit, but should farmers still prepare?
Delay to Brexit, early aphids, backing British
Fishermen's fears on a delay to Brexit, and why aphids are early.
Charlotte Smith discusses the appeal of agricultural careers in a rapidly changing world.
Welfare standards for imported eggs, farm homeless hostel, British woodlands
Warnings that the government's promises on animal welfare standards can't be trusted.
Facial recognition technology to read pigs' emotions, red deer cull, Forestry Commission's writer in residence, and more
Scientists are developing technology to tell farmers how pigs are feeling.
Raw milk, the Sainsbury's-ASDA merger, planting the National Forest and a poem for the equinox
The programme asks if raw milk should be available in shops.
Water abstraction, Scottish land ownership, seaweed on beaches and scrubland for tree sparrows
Farmers fear abstracting water for irrigation could be restricted.
Pine martens, Apple scab, Animal health and welfare, Kiplingcotes Derby
Could pine martens save the UK millions in woodland management costs?
Sybil Ruscoe visits Fingle Woods in Devon, to learn about ancient woodland restoration
Derwent Valley BRIDGE Library
Bek Homer takes you for a dip into life by the sea on our unique North Yorkshire coast.
Brexit a’r Tir
Brexit a’r Undebau Amaeth
Scotland The Best, Dundee's Verdant Works and The Great British Spring Clean
Martel chats with Pete Irvine about his book Scotland The Best.
The Springhill Allotmenteers
Anne Marie McAleese visits the allotments at Springhill House in County Derry
Ludovic Kennedy on Skye
Broadcaster Ludovic Kennedy visits the Isle of Skye, exploring tales of Highland Clans.