EU migrant investigation, antibiotic research, Welsh water bottling.
Farmers are demanding 'clarity' from the government on what its immigration policy will mean for seasonal workers from the EU. It comes after home secretary Amber Rudd announced an investigation into the contribution EU migrants make to the UK, with a final report due in September 2018 - and set to shape immigration policy. So what happens in the meantime for sectors such as food and farming, which rely heavily on seasonal labour from the EU and are now reporting problems attracting staff? Farming Today asks Ali Capper, a grower of hops and apples and chairman of the NFU's board for Horticulture and Potatoes.
New research into how people use antibiotics has found that the traditional way we take them, completing a strict course of the drugs, could actually be contributing to higher antibiotic resistance rather than preventing it - so what might that mean for animals? Charlotte Smith finds out from the British Veterinary Association's John Fishwick.
This week the Farming Today focus is on Welsh food and farming. Many farms in Wales are small and family run - and developing additional sources of revenue can be essential for the business to survive. One young farmer on Anglesey has overseen a diversification that's slightly out of the ordinary: Dafydd Thomas sells bottled water that comes from a spring in the family fields. BBC Wales' Chris Dearden went to meet him.