They show a drop in agricultural wages of 3.1 per cent compared with a 1.5 per cent rise for the island as a whole. But this still lags behind the three per cent cost of living increase over the period.
Rather than individuals' wages being cut, Jersey Farmers Union president Graham Le Lay said: "Over the past two or three years, many high earners in the industry are no longer employed. That has come about largely because of the glasshouse industry going into decline. Previously there were at least 30 tomato growers and flower nurseries supplying UK supermarkets."