Farming Today

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The latest news about food, farming and the countryside

Small producers and farmers face a price cut from Tesco.
Responses to the Chancellor's announcements for a green recovery.
Informal talks are underway to try and negotiate post-Brexit EU and UK fishing rights.
Concerns have been raised about future trade between Northern Ireland the rest of the UK.
There is a call for more affordable housing for key workers in rural areas.
We catch up on preparations as rural Britain braces for lockdown easing.
Pig Farming in the UK Jan. 18, 2020
Charlotte Smith visits a pig farm in Devon.
What is the future for farming and for Defra in the light of the new Agriculture Bill?
The Agriculture Bill is back, with a few changes.
Pig farrowing crates are controversial - we find out about a new high welfare design.
Charlotte Smith reports from both the farming conferences happening in Oxford this week.
We hear whether the Australian bushfires will have an impact on global agricultural trade.
Trade tariffs are affecting exporters of some food products, including cheese and whisky.
Charlotte Smith brings you some of the best bits from the two Oxford Farming Conferences.
Charlotte Smith hears about the future of trade and the new plan for a food strategy.
Charlotte Smith is at the Oxford Farming Conference.
Charlotte Smith hears about the two farming conferences happening in Oxford this week.
Can mobile abattoirs improve animal welfare?
The president of the National Farmers' Union looks back on a tumultuous farming year.
How valuable are auction marts to the rural community - new research asks the question.