Farmer Peter Gadd tells Charlotte Smith that current floods are the worse he's ever seen. Read more
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.
19/11/2019 Rural services, Intensive beef production
This morning we focus on rural services. Charlotte Smith visits a GP surgery.
20/11/19 Wet weather consequences, Grass-fed beef, Cheese training course
Farmers are having to change their cropping plans because of the wet weather.
21/11/19 Getting out of beef and into dairy, alternative mulches, farm recycling, rural transport
Farmer sells beef cattle to start dairy herd; new mulches; farm recycling; rural transport
22/11/19: American beef and the U.K.
Anna Hill asks if American beef could appear on our supermarket shelves in the future.
Farming Today This Week
Charlotte Smith is on a farm in Hertfordshire to talk about beef production.
25/11/19: Producing energy on farm, The farm counting its carbon, Scottish milk
Charlotte Smith speaks to Peter Tyldesley from the Centre for Alternative Technology.
26/11/19 Election special on immigration
Our election special on immigration comes from Boston in Lincolnshire.
27/11/19 Election issues for Northern Irish farmers, straw-power, weevil research
We hear what farming issues are being discussed in Northern Ireland.
28/11/19: Bovine TB vaccine; Welsh election opinions; Solar farms
Could a new vaccine help control TB in cattle? Charlotte Smith finds out.
29/11/19 Trade talks and food and farming, rural voters in Scotland, anaerobic digestion plant
Agri-food in leaked US trade talk papers; rural voters in Dumfries; energy from muck
Farming Today This Week: Energy
Charlotte Smith finds out about the production of energy on farms.
02/12/19: Conservative farming manifesto; Scottish women in agriculture; Marina Gibson, fishing influencer
A new report from the Scottish government says change is needed to help women in farming.
03/12/19 Labour and Green Party manifestos, invasive crayfish
Today we hear from Labour and the Green party on their rural policies.
04/12/19 Tree planting, SNP and Plaid Cymru election manifestos, weather delays crops
Tree planting pledges from all parties. Will farmers have to give up their land?
05/12/19 Farmers at climate change summit, Lib Dem and Brexit Party manifestos
The NFU beef farmer at UN summit - COP 25, manifestos from the Lib Dems and Brexit Party.
06/12/19: Bovine TB, Northern Ireland manifestos, Fishing manifestos
Dr Iain McGill tells Charlotte Smith why culling badgers is not controlling Bovine TB.
Our expert panel interrogate the manifestos from the major political parties.