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's Farming Today programme Mon-Fri 05.44, Sat 06.30
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Farming Today May 22
Apologies Terry - our error! The correct version should be online shortly.
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Farming Today May 22
Listen out for our interview with Anthony on tomorrow's programme (Thurs)
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Farming Today May 22
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Farming Today May 22
Replying to @BarrySheerman
Hi Barry. It was the twaite shad.
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Visit #OurCowMolly ! May 21
podcast feature a farmer who has sensors all over his fields so can really accurately irrigate worth a listen 🐮👍🏻
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Chris Bainger May 22
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Farming Today May 21
Replying to @hjsimons51
Hang on... you definitely only brought 2 boxes back to the office with you. So that must mean consumption of about 30 strawbs on your way home...
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Farming Today May 21
Or if that was a bit early for you, there's always
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Farming Today May 21
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Phil Bicknell May 21
Those nice folks spoke to my colleague yesterday as part of a focus on water this week. Nicola's first up and you can hear it again here
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Farming Today May 20
Replying to @ResourceSci @TheAHDB
Our pleasure! We're talking water all this week.
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Nicola Dunn May 20
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Farming Today May 16
Hi Rob - Emma from Radio 4 Farming Today here. Interested in finding out more about your water-saving drinking system. Could we speak on the phone? If you follow back, we could DM contact numbers. Many thanks.
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Farming Today May 14
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Farming Today May 13
If you missed Matt's interview, catch him here:
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Miguel Caball May 12
Farming & Brexit: 5:45 each day this week will interview main parties on their policy regarding farming. Wake up early & find out how UK food will survive if UK leaves CAP
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Cazgraham May 11
For 11 years Rodney Beresford has been welcoming asylum seekers and refugees onto his Dales farm to help with lambing. Some have worked with livestock before, it's all new to others! Loved joining them for tmw's
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Farming Today May 10
Hanging Bra-skets. Sorry.
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Farming Today May 10
What, having to have a make-up bag at all times? Or getting used to said make-up bag being covered in unmentionable/unidentifiable brown substances?
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Farming Today May 9
Ah - that's the difference between your job and your one. No make-up bag at all when you're with us.
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