Audios de Empresa y Tecnología

07/04/21: Riding schools in lockdown, rural businesses and lambing

Equestrian bodies are arguing the easing of COVID restrictions over the use of indoor riding...

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08/04/21 - Wild flower theft, Spring drilling and tidal wetland creation

Some 8,000 bluebell bulbs are being painstakingly re-planted in a wood in Norfolk, after they...

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09/04/21 Dogs\' impact on countryside, peat free gardening, French farmer protests

Dogs should be on leads at all times in the countryside, that’s the call from the Country...

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10/04/21 - Farming Today This Week: Dogs in the countryside, wetland rewilding and spring on the farm

Should dogs be kept on leads all the time whenever they\'re out in the countryside? The Country...

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22/03/21 Covid\'s impact on food and farming; Rural buses; Pop-up campsites.

Coronavirus has hit every aspect of our lives but what\'s it meant for food and farming in...

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19/03/21 Dog attacks; Hare shooting; Hungry gap.

The Kennel Club is working with farmers and crofters in Scotland to tackle sheep worrying. Dog...

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24/03/21: Weeds winning over crops, the future of the AHDB, direct lobster sales

New evidence from the world’s longest running experiment at Rothamsted Research shows the...

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25/03/21 Plans to ban lead shot; escape to the country and the impact on rural services

The government is to ban the use of lead shot, in a bid to protect wildlife and nature. Plans...

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26/01/21 Problems with pork exports to China and Europe, Pandemic impact on milk and venison.

China has suspended some imports of British pork after outbreaks of Covid 19 at two UK processing...

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Import inspection issues, the hunger gap, New oat drink factory

The government is delaying putting inspections on food and live animals coming to the UK from the...

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16/03/21 I'm a Celebrity's invasive crayfish, food fraud post-Brexit, cucumbers in glasshouses

Are we more at risk from food crime as a result of leaving the EU? The government is delaying...

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17/03/2021

The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.

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18/03/21 The ongoing problem of fat pigs, storing cabbages, US trade deal and UK agriculture

Pig farmers want more help from processors and retailers to cope with the fallout from delays in...

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20/03/21 Farming Today This Week: Litter picking, food fraud, pigs getting fatter

Today marks the spring equinox, the astronomical first day of spring ,and time for spring...

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27/03/21 Farming Today This Week: plans to ban lead shot, weeds are winning, pandemic and the food chain

The government is to phase out the use of lead shot, in a bid to protect wildlife and...

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29/03/21 Mussel farm legal action against Defra; Reopening the countryside; Agricultural finances

A Devon mussel farmer is considering legal action against the government over the way it\'s...

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30/03/21 Rural Proofing, Farm Loans, Log Bank

Today we focus on the cost of living in the countryside, from bounce back loans to rural...

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Chilled food exports at risk, tree planting, adapting to sustainable farming

New paperwork for chilled food being sold to the EU will need extra veterinary checks which could...

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