The ultimate Brexit hub: Know your options.
With tomorrow's vote looming, it can be hard to decipher what the facts really are.
Here we have arguments both for and against to make sure you have an in-depth insight from either side.
With the outcome of Thursday still impossible to predict, NFU president Meurig Raymond says the UK Government has a big role to play in fighting for farmers, whichever way the British public votes.
If you could start with a blank sheet of paper, what sort of agricultural support policy would you put in place from 2020? We put this question to the experts.
UK farmers receive about £3 billion a year under the Common Agricultural Policy. Would Brexit put this funding at risk or represent an opportunity to forge a better UK policy?
Oxford Farming Conference: Former Defra Secretary Owen Paterson and EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan traded blows on the merits for UK farming of leaving the EU.
The Prime Minister visited a Welsh farm on Friday to discuss the EU referendum. He told FG a Conservative Government would continue to support UK farmers but said the risks in terms of trade were huge.