Farmers are divided over the impact Brexit will have on the UK's agricultural sector.
Agriculture will "fall off the edge of the cliff" without a Brexit deal, Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned.
UK shoppers are "completely in the dark" about the effect Brexit will have on their weekly shop, a former Sainsbury's boss has told BBC Panorama.
Kent grower Alastair Brooks says 90 % of his staff come from the EU – but recruiters are struggling to fill the staffing numbers he needs.
A group of Yorkshire Dales farmers hopes to influence government policy on agriculture post-Brexit.
Scottish farmers and rural business owners who use seasonal workers are being urged to fill out a labour survey.
The National Pig Association used a roundtable event hosted by Defra secretary Michael Gove to set out its vision for a ‘world class’ UK pig industry.
The price of British strawberries could rise by 50% if ministers fail to plug growing gaps in seasonal labour post-Brexit, MPs were told.
European Union chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says "frictionless trade" between the EU after Britain leaves the EU is "not possible".
Richmond MP Rishi Sunak says he remains confident that the UK can secure a brighter future for British farming when it leaves the EU.
British agriculture may benefit from leaving the European Union without a free trade agreement, Defra minister George Eustice has said.
Ministers have been accused of double standards after admitting that UK farmers benefit from EU free movement rules which the government’s critics say are incompatible with its net migration target.
Brexit will accelerate changes that have been under way in UK agriculture for decades, says the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers.
The UK government has again refused to commit to a seasonal agricultural workers scheme post-Brexit.
Defra secretary Michael Gove has suggested that support payments are likely to be reduced for larger UK farmers post-Brexit.
Shepherd’s pie can help save the economy of rural Wales from devastation after Brexit, according to a team of experts.
The UK’s decision to leave the EU has triggered proposals to implement the most significant changes to agricultural policy since it joined the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in 1973.
Dutch agricultural counsellor Tim Heddema says he hopes the UK government will bring together farming, research and consumers post-Brexit.
The UK government is under mounting pressure to reform the agricultural subsidy system after Brexit after leading MPs said the existing model rewarded wealthy landowners at the expense of smaller farmers.
British people are highly unlikely to fill any positions left by seasonal migrant workers post-Brexit, writes Caroline Nye.