Farmers across the West Country say their crops are being destroyed by an invasion of slugs.
More help is to be given to South West farmers to combat a disease which is costing the region around £42m a year.
The government has promised to set up an adjudicator to sort out arguments but farmers fear it'll be a toothless beast.
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 and Dartmoor 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.