Farmers want Sainsbury's to pay them as a processor goes into administration. Read more
22/10/19 Milk processor in administration, Johnson's deal, Apples and pears
Farmers want Sainsbury's to pay them as a processor goes into administration.
23/10/19 Illegally imported antibiotics, plums, organic research
Illegal antibiotics destined for a poultry farm are seized at an airport.
24/10/19: The Brexit deal and fishing, Maize and cover crops, Apple agroforestry
Richard Barnes tells Caz Graham how the Brexit deal might help Northern Ireland fishermen.
25/10/19: Handsworth Grammar School does Farming Today, Invasive species, Cider apples
Mary Creagh tells Charlotte Smith what the government must do to tackle invasive species.
26/10/19 Farming Today This Week: Tree Fruits
Charlotte Smith discusses the changing face of the tree fruits industry.
28/10/19: What young people think about their food, the tupping point, root veg
Anna Jones asks what a new survey tells us about attitudes towards food and farming.
29/10/19: RSPB reviews its position on game shooting, 5g drones, heritage potatoes
The RSPB could start campaigning against game shoots, for the first time.
30/10/19 Game shoots, farm waste, backdated subsidies for Scottish farms
Your responses to the RSPB's review into game shooting.
31/10/19: Farming unions call for government intervention on beef prices
Charlotte Smith asks Jimmy Ireland why he wants government help in the beef market.
01/11/19 Floods, dung beetles and root veg
Flooding past, present and future; farming for beetles; soils for root vegetables.
02/11/19 Farming Today This Week: Root veg
Charlotte Smith visits a farm in Wiltshire to talk all things root vegetable.
04/11/19 Scottish milk, mushrooms
Dairy farmers in Scotland lose their milk contracts, closure of cheese plant, mushrooms.
05/11/19 Price of Milk, Mushrooms, Devil's Pulpit
Many of you tell us you're willing to pay more for your milk.
06/11/19 Election campaign day zero, large scale mushroom farm, river restoration
As the election campaign begins, we consult an expert panel to keep us up to date.
07/11/19 Designer cows, Blue fin tuna, Truffle-hunting
Advances in genetics are transforming the way dairy farmers run their businesses.
08/11/19: General Election priorities, Protecting birds of prey, Mushroom safari
Charlotte Smith visits a farmers' market to ask what people want from the General Election
Charlotte Smith visits a mushroom farm in Wiltshire.
11/11/19: Farming and flooding, Fly-tipping on farms, Farming the seas overview
Farmer Peter Gadd tells Charlotte Smith that current floods are the worse he's ever seen.
12/11/19 Cley Marshes, oysters, chalk streams, flooded farmers
Anna Hill visits Norfolk Wildlife Trust's visitor centre at Cley Marshes.
13/09/19 Salmon farming, ash dieback, election and environment
Can salmon farming be sustainable? Ash trees resistant to disease. The environmental vote.
14/11/19 Flooding, mussels, election special from a livestock market
Flood-hit farmers; mussel producing at sea; what will get the livestock farmer's vote?
15/11/19: Fishing policy and the General Election, Seaweed farming, Policing Dartmoor
Bryce Stewart tells Caz Graham why fishing may take a back-seat in the general election.
Farming Today This Week: Fish Farming
Sybil Ruscoe asks whether aquaculture is a viable way to feed a growing population.
18/11/19: The environmental impact of beef, Orkney ferries and livestock transport, Worms and plastic
Sybil Ruscoe and Professor Don Broome discuss the environmental impact of beef production.
Rural Justice and Digging for Truffles
Why rural law firms are struggling and digging up a delicacy in Monmouthshire.
Enillwyr o Gymru yn Ffair Aeaf Lloegr
Chris picks up on one of last week's listener questions, about a moth.
Rhai cwmniau llaeth yn llwyddo
a carcharu 4 am dwyll amaethyddol
Sam Coe sits in
Sam Coe sits in with our show which explores life on the Norfolk coast.