The NFU works hard to ensure the issues affecting its members are at the top of the national news agenda, giving British farming a strong voice when it needs to be heard the most.
Use the links on this page to find out where the NFU has featured across print, broadcast and online media and how it works with journalists and media organisations to ensure key NFU messages on different issues are heard and seen by the right audience.
You'll also find a breakdown of media coverage topic by topic.
This week, Sky News focused on fly-tipping in a package featuring NFU member Andrew Ward and Lincolnshire county adviser Rhonda Thompson explaining the dangers of the rubbish to farmers and the general public.
This week, NFU President Minette Batters covered the Trade & Agriculture Commission on Times Radio, moving away from the CAP in the Sunday Times and reacted to the first National Food Strategy report in BBC News.
The NFU's Countryside magazine has been supplied to hospitals around the country in recent months as part of 'Project Wingman', an initiative to provide wellbeing areas for hospital staff. Find out more.