Agriculture may be less vulnerable to the global financial crisis than many other industry sectors, but its impact is increasingly being felt across the farming industry – whether that’s through changes to consumer spending or difficulties securing credit.

Below is a list of some of the latest articles looking at how the so-called ‘credit crunch’ is affecting farmers and agribusinesses:

Arable costs drive farm lending to new high

Credit crunch sees farm shops and farmers’ markets at the sharp end

Farm shop produce cheaper than supermarket food

Arable costs drive farm lending to new high

Credit crunch hits farmers’ overdraft rates

David Richardson: Are farmers less important than bankers?

Farmer calls for Single Farm Payments to be speeded up

Benn tells supermarkets to pay suppliers more quickly

Credit crunch leads to fall in rate of food inflation

View from the boardroom: Farming can beat the credit crunch

Farmers hit by credit crunch

Tesco weathers economic storm to post £1.45bn profit

Promar figures show cash crunch hitting dairy farms

Organic market not hit by credit crunch, Soil Association says