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Shropshire Badger Group condemns latest badger cull figures

Shropshire Badger Group has condemned the latest Government figures revealing that 3,580 badgers were shot in Shropshire during the unscientific cull started last Autumn.

Shropshire and West Midlands Agricultural Society plans to host 2021 show

The Shropshire and West Midlands Agricultural Society has announced plans to host an event in Shropshire on July 17th.

Shropshire farmers need to watch closely as payment scheme changes take shape

Big changes to the way that farmers and landowners are awarded funding took effect from 1 January 2021 – but the full picture is still to emerge.

Two arrested following theft of sheep near Bridgnorth

Two men have been arrested after police discovered four sheep in a vehicle which was stopped by police following a pursuit.

Badger cull extended to include Shropshire

The Government has revealed badgers will be culled in 11 new parts of England including Shropshire despite recently pledging to move away from culling.

Agri-robotics start-up raises £250k for revolutionary system to improve crop yields

A Shropshire start-up which aims to use cutting-edge technologies to help farmers improve crop yields has raised £250,000 from the MEIF Proof of Concept & Early Stage Fund.

Rural crime rises in Shropshire

A report published today by NFU Mutual has shown an increase in rural crime in Shropshire.

Planning red tape putting farmers off diversifying, says leading chartered surveyor

Rural businesses are being left frustrated by planning red tape at a vital time when they need to explore diversification options, says the managing director of one of Shropshire's chartered surveyors.
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