The Farmers' Country Showdown

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The Farmers' Country Showdown

Billy and his nephew face the national champion - Billy's father - at a sheepdog trial, and we meet Melissa and Kenny, who now breed and train sheepdogs after downsizing their farm.

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Series 5
Two Scottish farming families hope to make healthy sales at the Bowhouse market in Fife: Robert and Jane, with their dairy produce, and the Bruce family with their spirits and liquors.
Sisters Rowan and Lily create natural cosmetics from plants grown in their garden to take to Stroud Farmers’ Market alongside dairy farmer Jess and the produce from her cows.
Beekeepers Debbie and Chris collect honey from their hives, while fruit and vegetable farmers Paul and Jackie gather their bumper crops for the Winchester Farmers' Market.
Donna and sons gear up to sell bacon butties, pulled pork wraps and burgers at Cullompton Food Festival. Melanie and Peter are looking to present their unique products, including homemade goat curry.
A father-and-son team sell their organic fruit and nuts at Moseley farmers' market, and Leon and his brother-in-law Peter seek buyers for their home-grown wines and gins.
Two couples prepare for big sales at Exeter farmers' market. Janet and Andy are hoping to sell some of their chickens, while Liv and Henry are gearing up to sell out of veg.
Two farming families rely on Ludlow market to sell their produce - David and George with their premium ciders and Liam and Alice with their harvested vegetables.
The Stafford and Alvis families gear up for a horse-carriage marathon, including Katy Alvis, who has represented Great Britain in the junior championships.
Two families prepare for the farmers' market in historic Stokesley - rare-breed pig farmers Nigel and Benjamin, and the Mellanby family with their harvested vegetables.
Cider makers Liz and Mike bring their produce to the South of England Agricultural Show. Meanwhile, the Pannell family are gearing up for the show’s poultry competition.
Two proud farmers, Jim and Stuart, compete in one of the UK’s oldest and most prestigious sheep dog trials at Longshaw. But the competition is strong in this part of the Peak District.
At Axbridge Farmers’ Market, our farmers all hope to make a profit: Jack and Nina with their farm-produced trout products and brothers Andy and Tim with their rapeseed oils and sauces.
Hexham’s fortnightly market brings hope to farmer Andrew and daughter Emma, who are selling their lamb and beef, and couple Lee and Shelly, who are selling produce from their Tamworth pigs.
Sheep and arable farmers John and Ed head to Moseley Farmers’ Market to sell their produce alongside the Styan family with their fruit and vegetables.
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