Farmers Weekly Podcast Episode 66: Prince Charles and the Great Yorkshire Show
In this episode, Prince Charles highlights his concern for family farms – and says the future of the countryside depends on their survival.
Have you refueled? We take a look at what the government’s long-awaited National Food Strategy means for producers and ranchers.
We take a look at how climate change is affecting the supply of water for agriculture – and what farmers can do to ensure they get a fair share of food production.
In the markets, the latest arable land futures contracts are viewed before harvest.
And we join the socially distant crowds at the Great Yorkshire Show, where we stroll through the lines of cattle.
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