A chilli farm in Wiltshire is experiencing growth at a rapid rate. What began as a hobby has now become one of the largest in the country.
West Country farmers will be in Westminster today to join a summit meeting about falling milk prices.
The government has promised to set up an adjudicator to sort out arguments but farmers fear it'll be a toothless beast.
Chris Gott and his partner Rosalind Cookson have been dairy farmers all their working lives in Gloucester, but they say they will lose at least £70,000 a year when the milk price drops.
They've had enough and plan to auction off their entire herd and leave dairy farming.
Farmers in the region are going to Westminster to join a summit meeting about falling milk prices. It's been called by the National Farmers' Union, which says milk producers are being forced out of business as big dairy companies cut costs
The meeting will hear from farming minister Jim Paice, who admitted yesterday that he didn't know the price of a pint.
Dairy farmers in the West Country are furious the price they are paid for their milk by one of the region's biggest processors is being cut.
Robert Wiseman says it will pay nearly two pence less per litre from next month.
It is the second reduction in as many months. Our environment correspondent Duncan Sleightholme reports.
David Woodland reports as farmers are urging the Government to make sure that a new organisation intended to protect them from supermarket bullying is prepared to punish them with big fines. The Grocery Adjudicator was promised in the Queen's Speech, but it's not clear what powers it'll have
Ian Axton talks to farmer and cheese maker John Alvis at the Bath and West Show. Farmers are urging the Government to make sure that a new organisation intended to protect them from bullying supermarkets is prepared to punish them with big fines.
Jonathon Gibson reports on farmers in Exmoor who are warning they face a fight for survival if plans to shake up the common agricultural policy don't protect their interests.
A delegation are in Brussels to get assurances from EU officials hill farmers won't lose out.
With a surplus of daffodils due to the mild weather, farms across Cornwall have been busy picking and packing them for St David's Day. More than 60 per cent of daffodils grown commercially in Britain come from Cornwall. Farmer Mark Vandervliet talks about the challenges that face him and his team.