A representative from a key farmers union has told ITV News dairy farmers are "staring into the abyss" at the beginning of 2016 after a key retailer said it was slashing the price it pays for milk.
The Chairman of the National Farmers Union dairy board Rob Harrison said it looked like being a particularly bleak year for dairy farmers and warned that the industry was in absolute crisis.
Meanwhile dairy farmers from another group are planning a march on Downing Streetas the row over milk prices deepens.
Farmers from the West Country are planning to march on Downing Street as the row over milk prices deepens.Read the full story ›
The local Wildlife Trust was forced to pull out of managing Portbury Wharf and the local council hasn't made plans for its future.Read the full story ›
We've received these beautiful photographs from Pete Bishop in CinderfordRead the full story ›
You may have had to de-ice the car this morning as temperatures dropped below freezing last night. The cold temperatures mean frosty startsRead the full story ›
The question of whether farmers should be compensated for holding water back to prevent flooding has been raised by West MP Neil Parish.Read the full story ›
A farmer from Wiltshire is threatening to shoot dogs let off the lead on his land, following a number of attacks on his sheep.Read the full story ›
Record numbers of starling have been roosting on the Somerset Levels this Winter.
The flock of half a million starling were recorded by conservationists from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, who claim it was the biggest number they've seen for years.
'Successful' badger culls in the South West mean they could soon be rolled out to other areas, the government says.Read the full story ›
Anthrax has been found in a second cow to have died at a farm in Wiltshire.Read the full story ›