When Common Agricultural Policy payments come to an end, what will they be replaced with?
Scottish Government ministers have accused Defra Secretary Andrea Leadsom of "deflection and evasion" over Brexit.
Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom says food and farming faces some of the biggest changes of any sector as the UK leaves the EU.
Farmers will fail to feed the nation successfully if migrant workers are excluded from the UK, an influential group of MPs was told.
Britain's farm policy is set for a major shake-up when the country leaves the European Union, says Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom.
Defra is recruiting staff to focus on the substantial work related to the implications of Brexit, reversing the Whitehall trend of contraction.
Brexit offers the chance to rethink the UK's rural subsidy system, says Defra former permanent secretary Bronwyn Hill.
The government has commissioned no specific research in the past six months to inform UK agricultural policy post-Brexit, it has emerged.
Scottish rural affairs secretary Fergus Ewing has accused the UK government of ignoring the devolved nations on Brexit farming policy.
Farmers who voted to stay in, and leave, the European Union are working out what Brexit will mean.
How Scottish farmers and crofters can drive profit and growth during uncertain times was a key focus at this week’s NFU Scotland conference.
With no sign of trading instructions from Downing Street, producers are still in the dark as to whether Brexit will free them up or tie them down.
The UK farming industry must be clear with policy-makers about what it wants from Brexit, a leading agricultural banker has warned.
Brexit is a great opportunity to increase UK self-sufficiency in food – but only if the policy framework is right, says the NFU.
UK ministers responsible for farming have been criticised for an "apparent refusal to engage" with the Welsh assembly environment committee's Brexit inquiry.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is “vital” that post-Brexit farming powers are transferred from the EU to Holyrood – not stuck in Westminster.
Farmers have been told to “make hay while the sun shines” as the UK prepares to leave the European Union.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has told farm leaders it would be “foolhardy” to give Scotland the power to create its own replacement for the Common Agricultural Policy after Brexit.
Farm support should be refocused to unlock wider rural growth after the UK leaves the European Union, says a think tank report.
The impact of Brexit on Scottish farmers and agricultural co-operatives was discussed at a conference organised by the Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society.
Westminster “hasn’t a clue” about what it is going to do about UK-only farm support after 2020, says agriculture economist Sean Rickard.