BBC Farming Today
From the BBC "Farming Today" Program, MP3 podcasts.
It's almost time for the Chelsea Flower Show but it's not such a rosy picture for Britain's home-grown flower industry. All-year-round imports are hammering UK producers.
Britain's egg producers are booming despite welfare rules. Charlotte Smith finds out why.
The farmers in East Anglia who did well in 2012 despite the weather, and Ash die-back is on the march in Wales. Presented by Anna Hill, and Produced by Datshiane Navanayagam.
Dangerous dogs and their menace to livestock. A group of MPs is calling on the government to impose imprisonment of up to two years for the owner of a dog that attacks livestock.
And Anna Jones meets a dairy farmer[…]
With free range egg sales increasing, Anna Hill asks whether the free range market could now be saturated, and hears how welfare conditions have improved for laying hens.