The May 2013 edition of FarmingUK Magazine leads with an indepth report on the major UK supermarkets now allowing the use of soya in poultry feed. There is also the story of The Prince of Wales being recognised for his contribution for sheep farming, and various reports on the wintery start to 2013 and the financial implication for farmers.
The April 2013 issue of the Farming UK magazine features the proposed mass deer cull in the UK, and the arguments raised by it.
Other stories include the NFU's deep concerns over CAP changes, pig DNA being found in beef products and a new legal agreement designed to protect one of the UK's most iconic chalk rivers.
The March 2013 issue of the Farming UK magazine features the police raid of slaughterhouses at the centre of the UK horsemeat scandal.
Other stories include the latest EU farm reforms, MEPs vote on over-fishing, and new research suggesting that the planned badger culls will not reduce TB infection rates.
The February 2013 issue of the Farming UK magazine is a Renewable Energy Special, focusing on the Energy Now Expo 2013 in Telford, and Biogas plants in Germany.
Other stories include the research into the levels of illegal badger culling and the Co-Op's denial of it's u-turn on cage eggs.
The January 2013 issue of the Farming UK magazine is a LAMMA 2013 Special!
Other stories include the agreement that paves the way for broadband internet connections to be installed in rural communities, and DEFRA's warning about the potential return of Schmallenberg in 2013.
The December 2012 issue of the Farming UK magazine features the news that the chairman of the British Poultry Council has warned that higher feed prices are here to stay.
Other stories include the merging of two of the UK's top John Deere dealers, news on how CAP reform will affect the dairy industry, and advice on how rural employers can prepare for the introduction of Real Time Information for the casual labour they employ.
The November 2012 issue of the Farming UK magazine headlines the tragic story of 125,000 birds that were culled in a rare salmonella outbreak.
Other stories include a gangmaster's arrest on a poultry farm, the NFU's warning that livestock producers are under too much pressure, and two major stories relating to the proposed badger cull in the UK.
The October 2012 issue of the Farming UK magazine highlights Europes declining pork and bacon stocks.
Other stories include calls to scrap the EU's biofuel plans, and the story that hundreds of protestors marched to Brussels calling for farming reforms.
The September 2012 issue of the Farming UK magazine spotlights the new tractor ranges for 2013 from Challenger, New Holland and John Deere.
Other stories include the calls from the Tennant Farming Association to review Autumn farm rent, and calls from the Campaign to Protect Rural England for the government to honor their green belt pledge.
The August 2012 issue of the Farming UK magazine highlights the dairy crisis and the discussions at the Royal Welsh Show with Farming minister Jim Paice.
Other stories include the challenges that Scottish beef faces amid the downturn and the threats to public health from growing waste problems worldwide.