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Thursday, 7 December 2023
A flatbed trailer with an industrial chipper was stolen from farm buildings
A region-wide rural crime crackdown saw more than 150 vehicles stopped and a string of arrests made.
Hundreds of farmers and landowners have been hailed for their efforts in boosting turtle dove numbers, with hopes the iconic species may start to rise across the UK.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said 20 firefighters attended an incident at a farm in Ceredigion involving over 50 bales of hay and a Bobcat machine
Kaleb Cooper, of TV show 'Clarkson’s Farm', spoke at Blenheim Palace's second Rural Crime Farming Conference.
Wednesday, 6 December 2023
Three piglets had to be rescued from a barn fire at Castleton which left the building completely burnt out.
Farmers have been put on high alert after a spate of unexplained sheep deaths.
A Code for Countryside Roads is in the pipeline after rural road deaths surge to a four-year high, with over 1,000 people losing their lives last year.
Thames Valley Police are cracking down on anti-social quadbike and motorcycle riders with a new team of off-road officers
Patrols have been launched across north Wales to help protect fish populations from poaching in the run up to Christmas.
Friday, 1 December 2023
Suspected poachers abandoned their dog as police probed reports of hare coursing in a Doncaster field.
A driver whose vehicle collided with a pony, fatally injured it, then drove away leaving it in the road, police believe.
A cow was stolen from a field on a farm and police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
Police are hunting for machinery which was stolen from a site in rural Dorset.
Two 'calculated criminals' have been sentenced to prison after stealing over £200,000 worth of high-value tractor GPS kits.
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