The UK agricultural industry should still have good access to EU migrant labour post-Brexit, says UK government minister David Mundell.
NFU Scotland leader Allan Bowie has launched an appeal for farmers to get involved in shaping an agricultural policy fit for the future.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell tells farmers they must argue a strong case during Brexit negotiations – or face the prospect that others who don’t have their best interests in mind will do so instead.
Defra's final farm income figures for 2015/16 show the need for agriculture to get a good deal post-Brexit, claims the NFU.
NFU Scotland's annual conference debates the union's proposals for a post-Brexit subsidy mechanism.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has increased the cost of a jar of Marmite by 12.5%, say retail industry experts.
Former Daily Telegraph environment correspondent Louise Gray says GM crop development should be led by scientists – not by politicians.
Nearly three-quarters of the general public believe farmers should continue to be funded by the tax payer, suggests an opinion poll.
Defra minister George Eustice says the UK will review GM crop regulations in preparation for leaving European Union.
French agriculture minister Stephane Le Foll says the UK cannot leave the EU's problems behind while continuing benefiting from its advantages.
Rural organisations could form a "coalition for the countryside" in a bid to ensure that the UK remains a full member of the EU single market.
Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom tells MPs it will be "perfectly possible" to secure a free trade agreement with the European Union in a short period of time.
Tate & Lyle Sugars says Brexit offers the hope of a repeal of European sugar legislation it says is harming its business.
The Tenant Farmers Association says it is pushing for a new, three pillar agricultural policy to replace the Common Agricultural Policy when the UK leaves the EU.
Claims that huge export opportunities will easily open up after the UK leaves the EU are a myth, says Jean-Pierre Garnier, head of exports at AHDB Beef & Lamb.
Defra minister George Eustice says the agriculture industry will have to "move away from the notion of subsidies".
The NFU responds to a Liberal Democrat food and drink report which claims that food and drink prices will rise if the UK leaves the EU single market.
Brexit means the UK can avoid costly agricultural regulations which would be likely to cause food price rises, argues the Institute of Economic Affairs.