Farming Today

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The latest news about food, farming and the countryside

Farming the Lakes Dec. 26, 2019
Can traditional farming survive in the Lake District?
Mistletoe Dec. 25, 2019
Emma Campbell visits a farm preparing to take a crop of mistletoe to auction.
The Young Tenant Farmer Dec. 24, 2019
Meet Joe Rabicano - an 18-year-old who has just been awarded a council farm tenancy.
A livestock market near Dundee turns festive to help combat rural isolation.
Data Farming Dec. 21, 2019
Data is already changing the way we farm...but what does the future hold?
Charlotte Smith asks what the Werritty report means for the management of grouse moors.
A Norfolk farmer describes how the lack of mobile phone signal could have cost his life.
Rural Manifestos Dec. 7, 2019
Our expert panel interrogate the manifestos from the major political parties.
Dr Iain McGill tells Charlotte Smith why culling badgers is not controlling Bovine TB.
The NFU beef farmer at UN summit - COP 25, manifestos from the Lib Dems and Brexit Party.
Tree planting pledges from all parties. Will farmers have to give up their land?
Today we hear from Labour and the Green party on their rural policies.
A new report from the Scottish government says change is needed to help women in farming.
Charlotte Smith finds out about the production of energy on farms.
Agri-food in leaked US trade talk papers; rural voters in Dumfries; energy from muck
Could a new vaccine help control TB in cattle? Charlotte Smith finds out.
We hear what farming issues are being discussed in Northern Ireland.
Our election special on immigration comes from Boston in Lincolnshire.
Charlotte Smith speaks to Peter Tyldesley from the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Farming Today This Week Nov. 23, 2019
Charlotte Smith is on a farm in Hertfordshire to talk about beef production.