In this film, Joel Salatin talks about taking sustainable livestock production from theory to practice. We also hear from dairy farmer Robert Craig and cattle farmer Andrew Brewster
Cumbrian farmer Robert Craig explains why understanding the value of high quality grass is the most essential part of being a profitable grass-based dairy farmer
Farmers share their thoughts, take home actions and exciting ideas following an inspirational two days at Fir Farm in Gloucestershire with pioneering livestock farmer, Joel Salatin
A new study has found that long-term exposure to low doses of Monsanto's 'Roundup' weedkiller, which contains glyphosate, can cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in rats
Contributing to the UK dairy crisis is the consumer shift away from milk towards plant-based alternatives such as soya or almond. But are these really sustainable? And how is the dairy industry fig...
The debate about farm subsidies often results in a polarised power struggle. But maybe now is a good time to try a different approach. Behind the rhetoric, what is it that really matters to farmers?
This month on Farmerama, the team visit a zero-waste restaurant, we learn about sustainable woodland management and we hear from world-renowned livestock farmer, Joel Salatin
Last week we headed to the ORFC where Patrick Holden chaired a session on nature conservation, Richard Young spoke about fats in the diet and Megan Perry co-hosted a discussion for young farmers
Findings of a new peer-reviewed study led by Dr Michael Antoniou reveal major differences in the composition between a GMO corn and its non-GMO parent
Could foraging in local parks be a source of free, sustainable and healthy food? What barriers does a contemporary urban forager face? Find out more about this alternative food source
What role do pulses play in the UK context? As part of the International Year of Pulses we visited Hodmedod's, pioneers in the revival of local pulses. Watch our film to find out more
This week: Hill farmers face poverty and resort to food banks following late subsidy payments, Lidl gravy contains paint thinner chemicals and new study adds to evidence that neonicotinoids harm bees