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The Country Land and Business Association is urging people visiting our region's countryside to remember that it's a working environment.
The CLA says there have been reports of damage caused by those trespassing and it's warning the public to stay on marked footpaths and to be vigilant around farm machinery.
Thousands of people flocked to the Tendring Show in Essex on Saturday.
The event at Lawford House Park near Manningtree put on a display of farm machinery and animals - this year's theme was was demonstrating the work done on a modern Tendring farm.
The event attracts around 25,000 visitors each year. Visitors came to see a range of farm animals and machinery, both historic and modern, as well as a host of stalls and family activities.
Teams of strawberry pickers will be hoping to be the quickest, as they take part in the Tiptree Strawberry Race near Colchester in Essex, which starts at 9am this morning.
The annual event raises money for charity, with many turning up in fancy dress. This years theme is the Mad Hatter's Tea Party.
All money raised this year will go towards providing a special summer lunch for Tiptree pensioners.
A farmer is urging dog owners to be more responsible after a number of his animals were left killed or injured in a series of attacks.
Peter Gear says attacks on lambs, ewes and geese on his land in Hertfordshire are starting to threaten his livelihood.
Police say they believe domestic dogs on the loose are to blame and have launched an investigation.
Click below to watch our report from Sarah Beecroft. You may find some of the images disturbing.