Farming Today: Fishermen's online fears03/30/15
Fishermen in England fear a new online-only logging system could spell chaos.
Farming: 28 March 2015: Political debate
Charlotte Smith chairs a panel debate about the relationship between politics and rural life, with extracts from interviews with spokespeople from the various political parties.
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Rural Affairs and Politics
A panel discussion about the influence of Wesminster politics on farming and rural life.
Farming: 27 March 2015: Red Tractor labelling scheme; Politics: Liz...
Consumers express confusion about the meaning of the Red Tractor food labelling scheme. And Environment Secretary Liz Truss lays out her farming priorities.
Farming Today: Red Tractor labelling scheme; Politics: Liz Truss's...
Shoppers express confusion about the meaning of the Red Tractor food labelling scheme.
Farming: 26 Mar 15: Rural Payments system
Charlotte Smith questions Environment Secretary Liz Truss over her handling of a new, online-only system for farmers to claim European subsidy payments.
Farming Today: Defra answers questions about the troubled Rural...
Defra is quizzed over its handling of the troubled new online-only subsidy claims system.
Farming: 25 March 2015: Strong Pound Bad News For Farmers?
A strong pound and zero inflation rate present challenges for British farmers. Norfolk Wildlife Trust looks ahead to improving sea defence measures.
Farming Today: Strong Pound Bad News for Farmers?
A strong pound and zero inflation rate present challenges for British farmers.
Farming: 24 March 2015: Horsemeat scandal Sentencing, Politics & Lupins
Two men are sentenced in the first cases connected to the Horsemeat scandal in 2013. Research finds that the lupin is a credible alternative to soya as feed for livestock.
Farming Today: Horsemeat Scandal Sentencing, Politics and Lupins
Two men are sentenced in the first cases connected to the horsemeat scandal in 2013.
Farming: 23 Mar 15 Questions demanded over RPA
Labour MP and shadow secretary of state for the Environment Maria Eagle calls for more honesty from the government over the future of the sidelined new Rural Payments Scheme. Anne McIntosh is the Chairperson of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs...
Farming: 21 March 2015: Pig farming
Views on the British pig industry as seen by Wiltshire pig farmer Cameron Naughton in Wiltshire. He shows Charlotte Smith his open air production unit up on the Marlborough Downs.
Farming: 20 March 2015: Rural Payments Agency u-turn
The Rural Payments Agency - which processes farmers' subsidy claims - takes down much of its controversial online system amid serious problems and frustrations for farmers.
Farming: 17 Mar 15: Halal Meat, Bees, Hedgehogs
New research that could make pre-stun slaughter more acceptable to Muslim consumers is unveiled at a seminar organised by the beef and lamb sector body Eblex.
Farming: 24 Sept 2014: Shadow Farming minister, oil seed rape, Bovine...
The shadow farming minister says Labour will scrap the badger cull if it wins the next general election.
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