Farming Today: UN Aid, Russia Import Ban, Bog Snorkelling08/20/14
A UN aid operation is underway to help farmers in Gaza.
Farming: 19 August 2014: Modern slavery, Young vets, New trees
It's estimated that 20,000 people may be working as slaves in the UK today. A new TV advert aims to tackle the problem, and agriculture is one of the industries it focuses on. Sybil Ruscoe asks what farmers and food producers can do to make sure they...
Farming Today: Modern slavery, Young vets, New trees
A new advert aims to combat modern-day slavery in industries such as agriculture.
Farming: 18 August 2014: Dog thefts, Peat bogs, Rural tourism
Figures show the number of dog thefts is on the up, with working animals being stolen to order. What can dog owners do to protect themselves and their animals from the thieves?
Farming Today: Dog Thefts, Peat Bogs, Rural Tourism
Dog thefts are on the rise, as experts say working dogs are being specifically targeted.
FTTW: 16 August 2014: Under the Land
From gas to gold, coal to buried treasure, who owns - or has a right to - the valuable assets beneath our farmland?
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Under the Land
From gas to gold, who owns the riches beneath our feet?
Farming: 15 August 2014: Russian export ban, Lairg sheep sale, Tree of...
What effect is the political fall-out between Russia and the West having on food producers in the UK? Sybil Ruscoe finds out.
Farming Today: Russian export ban, Lairg sheep sale, Tree of the Year
Sybil Ruscoe looks at the effect the Russian trade sanctions are having on UK farmers.
Farming: 14 August 2014: GM Flies, Fish discards, Gold-mining
Sybil Ruscoe finds out how genetically modified fruit flies could offer an alternative to pesticides on some fruit crops.
Farming Today: GM Flies, Fish discards, Gold-mining
Could genetically modified fruit flies be a healthier alternative to pesticides?
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