Defra tells us the cost of ash dieback will have to be met by landowners and councils.
The cost of ash dieback, British flowers, searching for farm successors
09/05/2019 - DNA tracing meat, wild wheat and home grown flowers
Could new DNA technology help prevent a re-run of the horsemeat scandal?
10/05/2019 - General shooting licences, animal CSI and home grown flowers
MPs investigate Natural England's revocation of general shooting licences.
Farming Today This Week: Flowers at RHS Malvern
Charlotte Smith visits RHS Malvern to discuss the UK flower industry.
Forests and health, flea beetle infestation, European elections
Walking in the woods is officially good for your health, according to new research.
14/05/19: Food waste on farm, EU elections, Natural flood defences
Farmer Guy Poskitt says consumer attitudes need to change to tackle food waste.
Reaction to another Roundup ruling on cancer
Another ruling against weedkiller Roundup, we hear what it means for the industry.
16/05/19: The cost of shooting licences, commoners in the New Forest, pig tracking
Gun licenses cost less than a passport, and the prices are staying the same this year.
17/05/19: EU support for Irish beef farmers, EU elections, oil seed rape for warmer winters
The National Beef Association says new EU funding gives Irish farmers an advantage.
The Future of UK Food and Farming Policy
Charlotte Smith explores how future food and farming policy might share our landscape.
20/05/19 - Growing crops in foam, threat to bees, farming and water
Charlotte Smith hears how soil may one day be replaced by a biodegradable foam.
21/05/19: Campaign for meat-free school meals, Rural Post Offices, Ethical farming, Low-lying land water
The Soil Association defends its call for mandatory meat-free school meals.
Water supplies in the Norfolk Broads, Natural England investigated over shooting licenses, tagging twaite shad on the Severn
How pressure on water supplies in Norfolk is affecting farms and wildlife.
Adroddiad o Ddigwyddiad Defaid Cymru yng Nglynllifon
Sarah Pick sits in (22/05/2019)
Sarah Pick sits in to celebrate rural life in North Yorkshire.
As India votes, are environmental issues rising up the political agenda?
Dyfodol y practis milfeddygol lleol.
Stress gor dwymo mewn gwartheg.