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@BBCRadio4's Farming Today programme Mon-Fri 05.44, Sat 06.30

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Wrap up warm! This Sunday we're off to a farm in Fife, on a bitterly cold January day. Ruth Sanderson meets Rachel Crawford, who has taken over her family farm and is establishing a flock of merino sheep. Sun 29 Jan 6.35am, or any time after on @BBCSounds bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001hnw…
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I have lived in central London for thousands of years (slight exaggeration) - and I recommend @bbcfarmingtoday - to remind city dwellers, vegan or not, of another world, often with thought-provoking interviews etc... e.g. 20th January with Nonington Farms and Oink&Udder.
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This weekend On Your Farm drops in on a young couple who are new to farming, and who are doing whatever it takes to make a go of it. @AnnaLouiseRadio meets @oinkandudder Sun 22 Jan 6.35am - or any time you like on @BBCSounds bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001hdl…
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Independent panel report into shellfish deaths off the North East coast of England finds algal blooms were "unlikely" to have been the cause, and chemicals released by dredging were "very unlikely" to have been the cause. More with @charlottebsmith on tomorrow's programme.
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In this week's On Your Farm @C_NancyNicolson visits a booming agri-tourism business in New Zealand, and asks what British farmers could learn from its success. Sunday 15 Jan 6.35am or any time on @BBCSounds bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001h42…
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Will this robot be helping to pick Cornish daffodils in the coming years? Find out more in tomorrow's programme with @CazGraham1 - also featuring @DaveGoulson on insects and @LincsPolice on hare coursing
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It's back! New series of #OnYourFarm starts this Sunday, 8th Jan. Join @AnnaLouiseRadio as she visits a farm which has turned one of its barns into a warm room, to help with the cost of living crisis. bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001gws…
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Minister @Mark_Spencer arguing the beef he produces back on his family farm is probably more environmentally friendly than an avocado flown from Mexico. What do you think?
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Strong & controversial start at the #OFC23 with Jason from the USDA setting the US stand clearly: increase yields while impacting less and this will be done using new ways & tech … and it is very important that trade deals do not discriminate against these techs.
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We are recruiting! Come and join the fantastic, fun & award winning @BBCFoodProg team. A great opportunity to work on a top @BBCSounds / @BBCRadio4 programme & examine life through the filter of food. This is a staff position! PLEASE SHARE! careerssearch.bbc.co.uk/jobs…
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What a pleasure to meet members of the @NECotsCluster in a snowy field! Click the link to hear about their Landscape Recovery pilot - they're putting in woody debris damns, changing how they farm in floodplains and growing more cover crops bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001gk7…
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In tomorrow's programme we visit a Landscape Recovery pilot with the @NECotsCluster - a group of 50 farmers and landowners are making changes across over 3,000 hectares of land to try and improve water quality, reduce flood risk and increase biodiversity.
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For a NYE special edition of Farming Today This Week, @charlottebsmith delves into the BBC sound archives to celebrate a century of radio programmes for, and about, farmers. bbc.in/3BRsRiR
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In today’s programme @wellyrach heads to Devon to visit a grower offering an alternative to industrially-made dyes - Sophie Holt who grows specialist crops for the textile dye market bbc.in/3We4Pqz
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In today’s programme @DamascusRose visits Vital Roots Garden in Netherbury, a smallholding growing sub-tropical vegetables including callaloo, chow chow and yams, and all outdoors with no polytunnels. bbc.in/3PRqPoD
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For most sheep farmers, wool doesn’t pay, but today we meet the farmers at @FernhillFarm1 who graze 3000 sheep on a network of farms across the Mendips and generate nearly as much income from their wool as their meat. bbc.in/3VdX3vu
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In today’s programme @CazGraham1meets farmer and photographer @Croftfoot and farmers who are featured in her Forty Farms project, which documents the reality and diversity of farming in Cumbria. bbc.in/3VfQ9pi
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In our Boxing Day programme @AnnaLouiseRadio explores Kingdom Forge Blacksmiths & Brewery in Suffolk, the UK's only licensed forge, with young entrepreneur and Blacksmith Paul Stoddart bbc.in/3BRTQuq
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Excited to see the stage for @oxfordfarming being built! So looking forward to being back in person at Oxford and seeing some of you there in a few weeks time #OFC23 @emilymnorton
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🦃 Now on @BBCRadio4 Will Bird Flu Steal Christmas? 50% of free range turkeys died or culled from flu. Without a vaccine, should farmers risk next year? And it could spread to people…🦠Listen ➡️➡️➡️ bbc.co.uk/programmes/m001gmg… @devisridhar @swan_support @media_ciwf @SuffolkTurkeys
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