The government must not allow farming standards to slip or be undermined by bad trade deals after Brexit, says the NFU.
UK environment secretary Michael Gove is set to put more flesh on the bones of his post-Brexit plans for agriculture.
A special fund to prepare farmers for Brexit would in some cases be "income support for super rich", says Labour MP Paul Flynn.
MPs scrutinising the government's plans for the agriculture industry after Brexit want funding for farmers when EU subsidies end.
Scottish farmers will be worse off under every scenario after Britain leaves the European Union, researchers have found.
Free and frictionless trade with the EU and ongoing access to permanent and seasonal labour are essential after Brexit, says a joint statement from the UK food and farming sector.
DEFRA is hiring 1,400 "business policy" folk to work out how the department will untangle itself from Europe after Brexit, reports The Register.
The National Farmers' Union has welcomed the idea of a temporary customs union with Europe after Brexit.
Brexit secretary David Davis has dropped a major hint about how the UK intends to negotiate a transitional deal with the EU which would avoid the damage predicted from a “cliff edge” exit for agriculture and other sectors.
European Union farm commissioner Phil Hogan says UK membership of the customs union would make a "significant contribution" to any future trade deal with the EU.
The government must act now if livestock farmers are to benefit from new markets post-Brexit, say industry leaders.
Australia's red meat sector believes Brexit creates an "unprecedented opportunity" to lift exports to Britain.
Leaving the European Union could be a mixed blessing for the UK potato sector, says an industry analyst.
Defra minister George Eustice says Brexit is unlikely to have a significant impact on the UK's food security.
Fourteen farming organisations have issued a joint statement calling on the UK government to provide short-term certainty for the industry as Brexit nears.
Britain must increase home-grown food production and build stronger supply chains to face Brexit uncertainties, the National Farmers Union has warned.
Scotland’s rural economy secretary Fergus Ewing has asked the UK government to confirm that opt-out provisions on the cultivation of GM crops will continue following Brexit.
Theresa May has been warned to avoid being labelled a “milk snatcher” by providing a cast-iron guarantee that the UK will replace an EU milk subsidies scheme for school children.
More than eight out of 10 people think the government should spend money on the countryside post-Brexit – with food production the top priority.
The National Trust has weighed into the campaign to keep subsidies for Britain's farmers at existing levels.
Britain should abandon tariffs on American and Argentinian meat products after Brexit to bring consumer food prices down, according to a leading rightwing thinktank.