There's a warning that wheat harvests could be badly hit by a winter of bad weather.
On the day thousands of farmers from across the UK travel to Lincolnshire for a major farming convention, the National Farmers Union says yields could be as much as 30 percent down, because of flooding and snowfall which affected the winter planting. Simon Fisher is from the National Farmers Union.
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Mainly dry overnight. Some sunny intervals on Sunday.