Emma Campbell visits a farm preparing to take a crop of mistletoe to auction. Read more
Emma Campbell visits a farm preparing to take a crop of mistletoe to auction.
Farming the Lakes
Can traditional farming survive in the Lake District?
Is it time to rethink the role of single-use plastic guards in tree planting?
Farming in the Cradle of Christianity
What's it like farming on the Isle of Iona, which gets more than 100,000 visitors a year?
Anna Hill investigates the illegal sport of hare coursing.
Inspiring The Archers
Charlotte Smith visits the real-life farms that help inspire The Archers.
National Pig Centre
Charlotte Smith visits the new National Pig Centre.
What does the future hold for small-scale abattoirs?
03/01/20 - The value of auction marts, the cost of black grass and innovative hydro-power.
How valuable are auction marts to the rural community - new research asks the question.
04/01/20 Farming Today This Week: Minette Batters reflects on 2019
The president of the National Farmers' Union looks back on a tumultuous farming year.
06/01/20 - Mobile abattoirs, farm investment and LAMMA 2020.
Can mobile abattoirs improve animal welfare?
07/01/20: Farming conferences in Oxford, Tenant farmers, Maximum crop yields.
Charlotte Smith hears about the two farming conferences happening in Oxford this week.
08/01/2020 - Day 1 at the Oxford Farming Conferences
Charlotte Smith is at the Oxford Farming Conference.
09/01/20: Day 2 at the Oxford Farming Conferences
Charlotte Smith hears about the future of trade and the new plan for a food strategy.
10/01/20: Day 3 at the Oxford Farming Conferences
Charlotte Smith reports from both the farming conferences happening in Oxford this week.
Highlights from the Oxford Farming Conferences
Charlotte Smith brings you some of the best bits from the two Oxford Farming Conferences.
13/01/20: Pig sector, Lambing in January, American trade tariffs
Trade tariffs are affecting exporters of some food products, including cheese and whisky.
14/01/20 Australian bushfires, pork labelling
We hear whether the Australian bushfires will have an impact on global agricultural trade.
15/01/20 - High welfare pig farrowing pens, the return of Stormont, banning the badger cull and tree planting
Pig farrowing crates are controversial - we find out about a new high welfare design.
16/01/20 - The new Agriculture Bill, pig welfare and tail docking
The Agriculture Bill is back, with a few changes.
17/01/20: Future of farming after the Agriculture Bill; Protein for pigs
What is the future for farming and for Defra in the light of the new Agriculture Bill?
Pig Farming in the UK
Charlotte Smith visits a pig farm in Devon.
20/01/20: Devolved farming, Sugar beet, Weather
Charlotte Smith asks what's in store for farmers in the devolved nations after Brexit.