It’s been reported that production of carbon dioxide could start up again soon, after the Government struck a deal with the American company CF Industries, which was providing 60% of the country’s CO2, a by-product of making fertiliser. CO2 is used to stun animals at slaughter and to extend the shelf life of food. The president of the National Farmers' Union says that urgent clarity is needed on the detail of the deal, including timings and volumes established in the agreement. Major reforms to farm subsidies in Wales won't be brought in until 2025, the Rural Affairs secretary has announced. Details of the plan are to be set out next year ahead of a fourth consultation in 2023. Lesley Griffiths denied Wales is lagging behind on the issue, insisting it was 'complex work' that needed to be done right. Where's there's muck, there's brass, as the saying goes - but on some farms, where there's muck, there's electricity. A number of farmers around the UK have been working towards a ‘golden circle’ approach where the farm works as a whole, to provide its own energy and cut waste. Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.