Jeremy Clarkson had to pay £250 after stranger dumped ‘mountain of waste’ on his farm
27th February 2024
The star of Clarkson’s Farm spoke up about an upsetting incident that happened on Diddly Squat Farm recently, where a stranger broke a padlocked gate and dumped a large pile of rubbish on one of his fields.
‘Obsessive’ collector admitted stealing thousands of rare birds’ eggs
23rd February 2024
An “obsessive” wild bird egg collector from Norfolk has admitted to illegally hoarding thousands of rare birds’ eggs.
Suffolk company admits dumping soil in village’s beauty spot
23rd February 2024
Suffolk construction and demolition company Tippers R Us has admitted to dumping soil in a county’s beauty spot, near Aldeburgh.
45 sheep killed in ‘absolutely traumatic’ dog attack
22nd February 2024
At the beginning of February, a flock of sheep from Langford Farm, near Tavistock, in Devon were chased over three fields by out-of-control dogs. 45 animals were killed.
Rural crime team recovered £100,000-worth of stolen property in just five months
20th February 2024
£100,000-worth of stolen property has been recovered in just five months by a new police team in Cumbria.
Staffordshire farmer fined over £4,000 for burning and burying waste
19th February 2024
A Staffordshire farmer has to pay over £4,000 for burning and burying waste on his land in Whittington.
Shropshire farmers warned after recent burglary and car thefts
14th February 2024
Shropshire farmers have been warned to protect their farms against crime following recent farm burglary and vehicle thefts.
Two fly-tippers captured by West Midlands villagers
12th February 2024
Two fly-tippers have been detained following a citizen’s arrest in Warwickshire last week.
Herefordshire farmer jailed after admitting to second environmental offence
7th February 2024
Herefordshire farmer John Price has been sentenced for organising the illegal felling of trees, shortly before he was imprisoned for another environmental offence.
Government backs bill to tackle dog attacks on livestock
5th February 2024
The UK government has backed new legislation to tackle livestock worrying. The new measures aim to reduce dog attacks on animals and help secure successful prosecutions that recognise impacts of the attacks on farmers and their businesses.
Livestock worth £1.8m killed and injured by dogs in just one year
22nd January 2024
Farm animals worth an estimated £1.8 million were killed or injured by out-of-control dogs in only one year, NFU Mutual says.
Action needed after over 1m fly-tipping incidents reported in England last year
19th January 2024
The NFU has made an urgent call for action after the latest statistics show that more than one million incidents of fly-tipping were reported across England last year.