The number of full, part time and seasonal staff working on farms is still falling, according to the latest Agricultural Statistics report.Read the full story ›
The steel feeder would have required a vehicle to remove it from the field in St Saviours some time at the beginning of July.Read the full story ›
Freezing temperatures, constant rain and now dry weather has caused delays for potato farmers on the island.Read the full story ›
The Wildlife Trust's annual nature challenge will begin in June, and asks people to spend more time making their neighbourhoods wild.Read the full story ›
A UK governing body has awarded official accreditation to the Alderney Bird Observatory which could mean a surge in visiting wildlife fans.Read the full story ›
The Royal Horticultural Society has revealed finalists in its nationwide competition, with four awards up for grabs for Jersey & Guernsey.Read the full story ›
A public inquiry into plans to build 65 homes on green zone land in Jersey is due to open soon.Read the full story ›
The 'Great Guernsey Plough Off' happened today in the Castel.
Farmers from all over the island took part to see who was outstanding in their field.
The annual competition has been going for seven years now and is run by the island's vintage tractor club.
- WATCH: John Fernandez chucked on his wellies to see who would be crowned Star Plougher...
Hundreds of people turn out for the first day of Guernsey's West Show today.
The event, held at L'Eree, is an opportunity for farmers to show off their prize cattle and vegetables.
The show, which has been running for more than 100 years, celebrates everything from giant pumpkins to prize pigs.
- WATCH: Charlie Frost is at L'Eeree to learn more about the islands best goats.
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Judges from the Britain in Bloom competition have spent the day taking a look at the floral creations Sark has to offer.Read the full story ›