European Union rules on agriculture will be replicated by the UK post-Brexit until government ministers decide whether they should be retained, it has emerged.
Defra has pledged to cut delays in subsidy payments to farmers as it deals with the impact of Brexit.
Rural areas that voted to leave the European Union are among parts of the UK most vulnerable to the economic impact of Brexit, suggests new research.
Farmers, supermarkets and food suppliers have called on Theresa May to secure a free trade deal with the European Union after Brexit.
A UKIP Welsh Assembly Member says access to the European single market is a "critical priority" for farmers post-Brexit.
A key issue within Northern Ireland since the UK’s decision to leave the EU is how the decision will affect local farming.
Funding to support farmers after Brexit must be handed directly to Wales and spent in full on agriculture, a Welsh Assembly committee has said.
Any sudden changes post-Brexit could be disastrous for the agricultural industry, Scottish farm leaders have warned.
The new post-Brexit situation for agriculture poses an immediate tension for Northern Ireland.
Scotland’s farmers and landowners say a replacement for the Common Agricultural Policy after Brexit must have a UK-wide framework so the British market is not fragmented.
Failure to secure the right Brexit trade deal would be “incredibly damaging” to Welsh agriculture, industry leaders have told MPs.
A House of Lords committee has launched an inquiry into the implications of Brexit for farm animal welfare.
Scottish landowners have called for a debate about post-Brexit policy and support for farms and rural businesses.
Defra minister George Eustice has promised a “transition” period to a new British agriculture policy after the UK leaves the European Union.
Reducing import tariffs to secure a Brexit trade deal could leave British farmers exposed to a flood of cheap food imports, say landowners.
Welsh MPs have launched an inquiry looking at the impact of Brexit on agriculture in Wales.
Uncertainties surrounding Brexit make for a difficult few years in farming, analysts have warned.
The government has rejected calls for a seasonal agricultural workers scheme that would make it easier for people from overseas to fill temporary job vacancies on UK farms.
Farm suppliers representing more than £8bn in annual turnover have joined forces to secure the best Brexit deal for UK agriculture.
Expert testimonies detailing the impact of Brexit on agriculture are to be submitted to the government by the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.