A pair of London based innovators have turned a disused WWII air raid shelter into a sustainable farm supplying produce to some of the city's best known restaurants.
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Scientists in Israel are growing their own steaks in the hope that it could one day help to solve the problem of food production and climate change.
Denmark has started building a 70km-long fence along its border with Germany in a bid to protect its pigs from disease-carrying wild boar.
Our weekly round-up of all the opinions that have been driving debate across Europe and beyond over the last seven days.
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Scientists in Germany have found a way to determine the gender of a chick before it hatches, potentially ending the need to slaughter male chicks.
Europe is sleepwalking into a food crisis and politicians are doing nothing to stop it.
We look at the opinions that have driven discussions around Europe and beyond in the weekly View round-up.
An Italian farmer believes his buffalo herds make the best cheese of all - thanks to an organic diet, on-demand grooming and a love of Mozart.
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The World Bank is calling for innovations that will help us feed the planet.
With the global population set to hit 9 billion by 2050, indoor farms say they are the solution to feeding the world.
The three-month ban comes after several cases of poisoning involving staff and residents living on farms were reported in the last two weeks alone.
The outbreak has spread alarm in western Europe, which is a major producer and exporter of pigmeat.
"It got to a point where the grass stopped growing entirely," said dairy farmer Phil Latham. "At one stage I got down to a reserve of 40 days of grass silage and there are more than 40 days in winter."
The building of high-tech smart farms is seen as a possible solution for improving sustainability in farming.
Amid a resurgence in wolf numbers in Europe, the EU faces striking a balance between nature and threat to farmers
No, there are not more pigs than people in Spain. However, the number of slaughtered pigs was greater than the total Spanish population last year.
Livestock farmers in Scandinavia are struggling to feed their livestock as the worst drought in 70 years hits harvests
Swiss farmers call in the army to help airlift water to thirsty cattle.
Agricultural output in Australia is predicted to fall as farmers in New South Wales struggle to cope with the worst drought in living memory
From a melting mountain in Sweden, to a surge in beer sales in Germany, find out how the soaring temperatures are affecting Europe.
The Bulgaria government has ordered a mass slaughter of livestock following the first outbreak in the European Union of the so-called sheep and goat plague. Euronews spoke to farmers who were devastated.
Soaring prices for Madagascar's vanilla should have been good news for farmers but now, because thieves stole many crops last year, it's now a stressing and worrying, taking matters into their own hands