Farming: 19 Dec 2014: Badger Cull Figures; Convicted...12/19/14
As DEFRA release the badger cull figures we ask how successful was it? We hear that while in Somerset the cull was deemed effective, in Gloucestershire it fell well short.
Farming Today: Badger Cull Figures, Convicted Gangmasters
As Defra releases the badger cull figures, we ask how successful the operation was.
Farming: 18 Dec 2014: Forage Aid, Fish quotas, Weetabix
A scheme helping farmers feed their animals during a crisis is set to become a farming charity. And conservationists say the deal on fish quotas is a missed opportunity.
Farming Today: Forage Aid, Fish quotas, Weetabix
A scheme helping farmers feed their animals in a crisis is set to become a charity.
Farming: 17 Dec 2014: Fish Discard Ban, Women in Dairy, Winter Wildlife
As the 2015 EU fishing quota is set in Brussels, we hear about the confusion over the discard ban which could force fishermen to break the law.
Farming Today: Fish discard ban, Women in dairy, Winter wildlife
As the 2015 EU fishing quota is set, we hear about the confusion over the discard ban.
Farming: 16 Dec 2014: Fishing quotas, diversity, meat waste, wildcats
Nearly half of the fish caught under the UK's quotas are caught by non British boats. Endangered Scottish wildcats get a financial boost to help their numbers
Farming Today: Fishing quotas, diversity, meat waste, wildcats
Nearly half of the fish caught under the UK's quotas are caught by non-British vessels.
Farming: 15 Dec 2014: Fish quotas, Freshwater pearl mussels, Sheep
European ministers begin negotiating fish quotas in Brussels today, as British fishermen brace themselves for cuts next year.
Farming Today: Fish Quotas, Freshwater Pearl Mussels, Sheep
British fishermen brace themselves for cuts as European ministers negotiate fish quotas.
FTTW: 13 Dec 2014: Brassicas
Charlotte Smith goes to a farm in Lincolnshire to talk brassicas - sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and swede. And the run-up to Christmas is their busiest time
Farming Today: Brassicas
Charlotte Smith goes to a farm in Lincolnshire to talk brassicas.
Farming: 12 Dec 2014: Brassica research, Night-hawking, Oil prices,...
Charlotte Smith hears about research into brassicas, which could lead to new strains of plant, better able to withstand pests and diseases, without the use of chemicals.
Farming: 11 Dec 2014: Women farmers, Brassicas, Quinoa beer
A third of women living and working in the countryside in Europe are suffering violence and intimidation. The statistic was revealed at a conference of the women's committee of Copa Cogeca - an organisation which brings together 60 EU farming...
Farming: 10 Dec 2014: Badger Cull; Countrywide; Sprouts
Medium Why support from vets for the Government's controversial badger cull is faltering. We hear from John Backwell, President of the British Veterinary Association.
Farming: 09 Dec 2014: Milk in biodigesters, Healthy broccoli, Eblex...
Milk prices are still falling. A farm accountant from Cumbria asks whether putting it in anaerobic digesters could be a viable alternative to selling it for food.
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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