How to get the best harvest jobs, stiffer sentences against dog attacks, new Countryside Code, support for AHDB levy, & YouTube cash buys farmer new sprayer
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With its future under threat, we talk to a group of farmers who want to continue paying levies to the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board.
As Scotland passes a new law to curb the number of fatal dog attacks on livestock, we ask could other UK nations follow suit?
It's Easter – and more people are enjoying the great outdoors – will a new version of the Countryside Code encourage them to act responsibly?
The video we mention by Surrey farmer Mark Frost, who highlights problems with dogs and livestock, can be viewed on YouTube here.
As the farming year progresses, we look towards the summer and the best way to recruit harvest students – and how students can get the best jobs going.
We've a round-up of all the best – and worst – farming April Fools gags.
And we meet Merseyside farmer Olly Harrison who says he is earning enough from his YouTube video channel to buy a new sprayer.
This episode of the Farmers Weekly podcast is co-hosted by Farmers Weekly chief reporter Johann Tasker and Surrey farmer Hugh Broom with FW news reporter Ed Henderson.