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
Europe's top court decision is blow for biotech industry and a victory for environmental campaigners
An Italian research team has created the world's first underwater farm.
European Commission unveils budget plans for Common Agricultural Policy
French MPs have rejected moves to ban the controversial herbicide despite President Macron’s vow to outlaw it within three years.
Multi-storey pig farms are rising out of China's mountains.
Brexit is forcing a subsidy rethink as the EU cash pot shrinks, and with the Common Agricultural Policy the EU's biggest spender, cuts are on the horizon.
Chen Zifang shows that obstacles are there to be overcome.
Wild olive trees cover vast swathes of the Mediterranean island and the authorities warn the risk of disease spreading is immeasurable
Motor show Top Gear scooped the unusual Guiness World Record after reaching a top speed of 87.271 miles per hour (140 kph) with a modified farm vehicle.
Belgian farmers fear for their future, as EU reviews Common Agricultural Policy as part of its budget debate
As EU ministers mull reforms to the bloc's farming policy, concerns are raised about the possible renationalisation of payments.
Emmanuel Macron's government is looking at new laws to turn the food market upside down.
Tractors gather outside the European Commission as producers vent their anger over planned relaunch of Mercosur trade talks.
Outside the EU, in due course farmers will only get public funds if they improve the environment under UK plans for a huge agricultural shake-up.