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25/06/22 - Farming Today This Week: farm labour, regenerative farming and avian flu

The Ggovernment doesn’t understand labour shortages in food and farming and is putting the...

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24/06/22 - Labour Shortages, Bird Flu, Pollution Fine

The government doesn’t understand labour shortages in food and farming, and is putting the...

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23/06/22 - Groundswell 2022

The principles of regenerative agriculture include increasing crop diversity, protecting the soil...

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22/6/22 - Surplus food, legumes and slug-resistant wheat

The average annual grocery bill in the UK is set to rise by £380 this year, according to research...

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21/06/22 - Farming Rules for Water, legumes for cattle, red clover for sheep

Since last Autumn, there’s been confusion about the rules governing muck spreading -...

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Bird Flu Consortium launched

The Government has launched a consortium of scientists and researchers to tackle the biggest ever...

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17/6/22 - Scottish Good Food Nation bill, salmon and rising farming costs

Another day, another food strategy, this time for Scotland where Members of the Scottish...

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16/6/22 - Seasonal workers and salmon farming

One of the biggest challenges for the UK's fruit and vegetable farms is finding a workforce. In...

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15/6/22 - Regenerative farming, wild salmon and seabird deaths

The Sustainable Food Trust publishes a report today exploring regenerative farming and what...

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14/06/2022 - The National Food Strategy and salmon farming

The government’s White paper in response to The National Food Strategy, which it...

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13/06/22 - salmon and rising egg costs

All week on Farming Today we're looking at the salmon industry - from wild populations to salmon...

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10/06/22 - Rural housing, hay meadows, land use

The government has confirmed that it plans to extend the ‘right to buy’ policy to...

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09/06/22 - Fertiliser costs, land use, the finances of nature recovery

Fertiliser prices have tripled in the last year and many arable farmers rely on them to produce...

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08/06/22 - Combining solar panels with food production, and Welsh agricultural policy

The trade-off between the push for more green energy and the need to grow food can drive...

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07/06/22 - Coastal changes, future farming policy in Scotland and small scale horticulture

For many years, news headlines have been punctuated with stories of coastal properties falling...

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06/06/22 - Land use, carbon markets and the BBC Food and Farming Awards

Farm land across the UK is under pressure - to mitigate climate change, protect biodiversity,...

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Farming Today This Week: Future Farming

It’s been a week of innovation on Farming Today, as we look ahead to see what the future...

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03/06/22 - The Queen and the Countryside

The Queen is the longest-lived and the longest-reigning monarch in British history as well as the...

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02/06/22 - Trash or Treasure

Anna Louise Claydon visits Jack’s Veg, a 30 acre farm in Canterbury, Kent to find out about...

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01/06/22 - Human food from grass, lab-grown meat and robotic weeders

We look at a future of food production where livestock takes a back seat. We visit a...

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