Unternehmen und Technik audios

07/09/21 Farmers welcome E10 biofuel at the petrol pumps, Hebridean sheep

When you next fill up your car with petrol, you should be able to use E10 fuel. 10% of E10 is...

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06/09/21 Report suggests less regulation for gene edited crops, livestock selective breeding

Growing genetically edited crops has moved another step closer to being a reality in England with...

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11/09/21 Badger cull considered in NI, potatoes, modern cultivators

Badger culls in England are underway. There are currently 40 areas where culls are taking place....

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27/08/21 - Prisoner labour in meat processing, Backlog of pigs, Poul Hovesen

There's a backlog of pigs, a shortage of chicken, and a distinct lack of people in meat...

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04/09/21 - Farming Today This Week: The Trade and Agriculture Commission, staff shortages and food waste

The former head of the Trade and Agriculture Commission, Tim Smith, says he "can’t think of...

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03/09/21 Farm food waste, BBC Food and Farming Awards' Farming for the Future category, seed breeding

Fruit and veg farmers could increase their profits by 20% by getting to grips with how much of...

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09/09/21 Westmoreland Agricultural Show, Aberdeen Angus cattle, new alternative National Park

Caz Graham visits the Westmoreland agricultural show in Cumbria to hear how they've weathered the...

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FT 08/09/21 Checks on GB food going to NI delayed, methane tractor, Mangalitza pigs

Supermarkets and other retailers in Northern Ireland are turning away from imports of British...

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10/09/21 The Geronimo phenomenon, Limousin cattle, BBC Food and Farming Awards' Farming for the Future finalist

Tens of thousands of cattle are culled every year to stop the spread of bovine TB. Why so much...

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11/09/21 - Farming Today This Week: fisheries funding, livestock breeding, alternative fuels

The Government is announcing £24 million will be spent on research to improve the productivity...

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14/09/21 Driver shortages: farmers told to dump milk; seed potato research; dressage horse breeding

Dairy farmers have been forced to throw fresh milk down the drain, due to a shortage of haulage...

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15/09/21 New trade deals, self sufficiency in food, cow loo, chips processed on farms

The Trade Secretary Liz Truss has been calling for a more ‘proactive’ approach to...

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16/09/21 Inquiry into labour crisis in food chain, potato harvesting, integrating trees into farming

MPs launch an inquiry into how labour and trade issues are affecting the food supply chain. The...

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17/09/21 Pig processing crisis, potatoes, emotional wellbeing of livestock

Farmers warn that we are in danger of exporting our pig industry. Some producers fear they may...

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18/09/21 Farming Today This Week: Labour shortages, potatoes, lack of interest in the new environmental funding scheme

We hear what labour shortages mean for farmers, from dumping milk to the pigs stuck on farm. MPs...

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20/09/21 Fertiliser factories halt production; Muck; Chelsea Flower Show

Farmers are bracing for a fertiliser shortage after the closure of manufacturing plants here and...

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Poultry farmers call and the CO2 crisis, blanket bog restoration, phosphate pollution on the River Wye

The poultry industry is predicting food shortages and animal welfare consequences for millions of...

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22/09/21 Calls for a more secure supply of C02, Wales' future farm support, anaerobic digester

It’s been reported that production of carbon dioxide could start up again soon, after the...

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23/09/21 - Lamb exports to the US, NI subsidy hike, sewage sludge and glasshouse gas use

British lamb may still be years away from American plates, despite news that the USA is to lift...

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24/09/21 - George Eustice on labour and food prices, slurry bags and farming succulents

Food prices will inevitably rise as a result of the increasing costs farmers and food producers...

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