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This BBC series (of 8 one hour episodes) shows how Britain had to increase farm output due to the cut off of food imports during WWII

Episode 1


Episode 2


Episode 3


Episode 4


Episode 5


Episode 6


Episode 7


Episode 8





 
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If I recall, it was noted that the bureaucracy forced farmers to grow specific crops, often not being suitable for their location.

There was a good bit on making silage.
 
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I wish the BBC would sell these as some kind of download.
 
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