It started 36 years ago as one of the UK’s largest dairy companies but said it has experienced "significant cash flow issues."Read the full story ›
Thieves target quad bikes, tools and livestock as rural crime cost Wales more than £2.3m last year.Read the full story ›
Campaigns like 'Meat March' and 'Februdairy' were launched by the farm industry to counteract the growing trend of veganism across the UK.Read the full story ›
Amid concerns that they're the losers in the Brexit transition deal, representatives of Welsh fishing are invited to talks with ministers.Read the full story ›
Farmers in Wales have been forced to keep their animals inside for longer due to difficult conditions left by the cold and wet weather.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government is considering tougher measures to tackle TB in cattle, which can be spread by wild animals, notably badgers.Read the full story ›
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive, hidden from view in appalling conditions.
ITV Wales has been given secretly-shot film evidence which suggests that some dogs and their pups are being neglected and mistreated.
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive.Read the full story ›
Wales can set its own wages for farmworkers - that's the ruling of the Supreme Court today.
The Bill, which gives the Welsh Government the power to set minimum salaries and benefits was originally passed - but was halted by the Attorney General.
However the move has divided farming unions, as Kevin Ashford reports.
Mick Antoniw, the Assembly member for Pontypridd who was a lead campaigner on the Agricultural Wages Board hails the Supreme Court's decision as a victory for some of the lowest paid members of our society