Farming Today

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The latest news about food, farming and the countryside

The Farmers Union of Wales is accused of misleading people over farm payments post-Brexit.
Preparations are underway for how fishing rules will be enforced post-Brexit.
A Dutch report recommends cutting livestock numbers to meet carbon emissions targets.
British shoppers spend £204 billion on food - why are farmers only seeing 4.5% of that?
Food price inflation compared to other household necessities such as fuel.
Sybil Ruscoe meets father and son Martin and James McCurragh to examine farm succession.
A tribute is paid to environmental campaigner and organic farmer Peter Melchett.
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Lorraine Howells is passing her farm in the Rhymney Valley onto farmworker Lee Pritchard.
Farmers give a cautious welcome to the announcement of a seed potato trade deal with China
Anna Jones visits a farm in Somerset which has developed a range of holiday accommodation.
Many scientists express shock at the EU court's decision to ban gene-edited crops.
An animal rights group has published details of farmers taking part in a badger cull.
Michael Gove gives more detaisl of what will be in the government's Environment Bill.
The Environmental Audit Select Committee reports on the government's environment bill.
Thousands of fish are having to be rescued because their habitat is drying up.
Caz Graham hosts a discussion on intensive livestock farming with a panel of experts.
Ivor Ferguson from the Ulster Farmers' Union reacts to Theresa May's Brexit proposals.
The world is beginning to take lab-grown meat seriously - are the Brits on board too?
Anna Hill examines whether the newspaper claim that a farm is intensively farmed is true.
Farmers plough through crops to stop a large fire spreading further across fields.