Visitors to this year's Royal Welsh show are being warned to check for symptoms of bacterial infection after raw cow's milk was distributed.Read the full story ›
Pole-climbing is not for the faint of heart. Standing at 100ft high, the two iconic climbing poles in the middle of the forestry section of the Royal Welsh Show are hard to miss.
This year's poles are also brand new, replacing the old ones which had been in situ since 2009.
It's one of most popular contests at the showground - so we put the challenge to two of ITV's very own, journalist Nicky Hendy and camerawoman Lynsey Green.
Emma Picton-Jones' husband died last summer. Now she wants to help others in the agricultural industry talk about mental health.Read the full story ›
The Coast & Country team see the sights and meet the people and animals involved in this year’s Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd.Read the full story ›
For some farming is a family affair, but if you don't have a farm to inherit it can be challenging to break into the industry.Read the full story ›
NFU Cymru is uniting with fellow members of the Wales Farm Safety Partnership to champion farm safety at this year’s Royal Welsh Show.Read the full story ›
A bike stuntman, known as the 'Kangaroo Kid', has been injured after falling off during a live performance at the Royal Welsh Show.Read the full story ›
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Catch up on the latest episode of Coast & Country. This time, we're celebrating all things made in Wales!Read the full story ›
Wales needs assurances powers over the environment and agriculture come straight to Cardiff post-Brexit, says the Rural Affairs Secretary.Read the full story ›