Farming: 26 Feb 2015: TB vet, Biofuels, Ancient wheat02/27/15
A Gloucestershire vet has conducted his own analysis of the impact of the badger cull on cattle and bovine TB. And archaeologists have found that wheat arrived in the UK two thousand years before the introduction of farming here.
Farming Today: TB drop, rare-breed beef, biofuels, ancient wheat
A Gloucestershire vet has conducted his own analysis of the impact of the badger cull.
Farming: 25 Feb 15: NFU Conference; Phil Hogan; Liz Truss
Volatility and life after farm subsidies is the theme of this year's NFU conference. Anna Hill meets EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan, Environment Secretary Liz Truss and NFU President Meurig Raymond to explore the challenges and potential...
Farming: 26 Feb 15: Farming priorities in UK politics
We hear from five political parties at the NFU conference in Birmingham. They are setting out their stalls ahead of the general election. What are their priorities for farming? Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Mark Smalley.
Farming Today: The farming priorities of five political parties, GMO...
Five political parties at the NFU Conference explain their priorities for farming.
Farming Today: NFU Conference in Birmingham
Anna Hill discusses farm volatility, the theme of this year's NFU conference.
Farming: 24 Feb 2015 Potatoes and pesticides
The Potato council are warning farmers to grow only what they can sell. It comes as production increases but consumers are buying less. Anna Hill visits Potato farmer Tim Briscoe who tells her that they will have to consider how much they plant this...
Farming Today: Potatoes, Pesticide Amnesty, Food Self-Sustainability,...
Potato growers feel the pinch as supply outstrips demand. Presented by Anna Hill.
Farming: 23 Feb 2015: Global dairy, rare breed, unaffordable rural...
Could drought in New Zealand turn out to be good news for UK dairy farmers? Plus, a new report on the rural housing affordability gap.
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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