Jun 19, 2019
Tonight I headed east to Cambridgeshire to talk to farmer and chair of the Nature Friendly Farmers Network, Martin Lines.
We discussed the range of environmental improvements he's implemented on his farm that have seen a huge increase in different wildlife species, how he makes it work in conjunction with a...
Jun 12, 2019
Tonight I'm heading up to the lake district in Cumbria, to talk to farmer and author, Andrea Meanwell.
In one of the most enjoyable interviews I've done so far, we talk about her family's 500 year connection to the area, archaeology, lazer beams, Roman forts, fulfilling her dream of owning a farm of her own, and her...
Jun 11, 2019
Tonight I head all the way down to New Zealand to talk to Sophie Barnes, to hear all about her incredible journey from middle English town life, to sheep farming all over New Zealand.
We also discuss her ongoing battle with endometriosis, anxiety & depression, and how she deals with it on a daily basis.
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Jun 11, 2019
Tonight I head down to Essex to talk to arable farmer and Chair of the National Farmer's Union Crops Board, Tom Bradshaw.
We talk about the huge changes he's made to his family business, which now sees them farming over 1200ha on 6 different contract farming agreements, as well as having a riding school & 70 stables.
May 28, 2019
Hosts Will Evans and FG’s chief reporter Abi Kay were joined for the latest Ploughing Through Brexit podcast by guests Mark Buckingham and Paul Temple to talk about the regulatory framework for plant science post-Brexit, and whether leaving the EU could open the door to a new ag revolution in the UK.