National Farmers' Union
According to research from animal welfare charity World Animal Protection, intensive indoor dairy farming is on the rise in the UK, with at least 97 farms keeping cows inside all year-round.
As the UK votes whether to quit the EU in June, British farmers are divided over the impact this could have on their livelihoods.
In July, the UK’s Soil Association called for a ban on the use of glyphosate on wheat, a herbicide used by non-organic farmers to control weeds, saying that it could be carcinogenic.
Bust out your Che Guevara T-shirt and comfy protest pants, because the heroes that are Britain’s dairy farmers are getting pretty damn desperate.
For now, two types of neonicotinoid pesticides will be allowed on a small portion of crops, even though researchers believe they are contributing culprits to global bee death.
Roaming the countryside with animal rights activists.