Practice in which dogs are set to chase and kill hares has enjoyed resurgence since being made illegal in 2004
Farmers continue to be advised not to put calves and their mothers in fields accessible to the public
European agriculture ministers will issue an aid package to help farmers affected by the Russian embargo.
Predictions for the year ahead whether you're a monkey, a rat or even a pig
Heliculturists have increased production 25-fold since 2000. Cahal Milmo meets some and finds out why more home cooks and chefs are shelling out
As a German vegan supermarket opens its doors in Britain for the first time, veganism comes in from the cold
New treatment uses body’s own immune defences to seek out and destroy tumour cells wherever they appear
New study reveals proof for first time of how cats became ‘domesticated’
Suppliers are turning down requests for the exotic meat for fear of depleting the forests
World View: The Shia record of governance here is not good, but the city's ancient heroes remain untarnished
Japanese researchers tested cats' reactions to their owners, suggesting that because cats "domesticated themselves" they never needed to take notice
Home Secretary told awards ceremony of 'men, women and children in our country ... living lives of servitude and misery'
A response to Owen Paterson: You can’t just genetically modify your way out of poverty
Environmental campaigners should stop wasting money trying to save “totemic symbols of cuteness” such as the giant panda and focus instead on more pressing political conservation issues, the wildlife presenter Chris Packham has said.
Yorkshire has a long history of manufacturing treats to feed the British sweet tooth. Jonathan Brown finds out more
Easing restrictions on land and labour could boost the West Bank’s GDP by 35 per cent