Police on the Isle of Man are searching for vandals who deliberately turned off a compressor which held trout stock.
At around 2.30am last Monday, unidentified persons entered the grounds of The Glen Wyllin Trout Farm and gained access to machinery which regulates the oxygen levels. This has caused a severe depletion in the tank oxygen levels, killing the entire fish stock.
If anyone has any information with regard to this incident they are asked to contact PC51 Hewitt at Peel Police station on 01624 842208, or to pass on information about crime anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill out the encrypted form here.
Farmers in the region will stage a protest today against imported milk.
Farmers for Action say milk prices have fallen and they want the government to introduce more controls on imports.
A protest will be held this evening.
A farmer in Bowness-on-Windermere is urging dog owners to keep their pets on a lead after two of his sheep were attacked.
Alan Clark's pregnant ewes needed stitches after a dog attack last week. The National Park is considering moving the footpath and creating a fenced-off bridleway, which some locals don't want. This was the third attack in three months.
An eight-year-old boy being hailed a hero after saving his Dad from a serious farming accident.
James Aspden took action after the 52 year old got stuck in a hay bailer in Eccleston.
As Thomas's arm was dragged into the machinery James saw the danger and leapt to his rescue.
Amy Welch reports.
Two men from Lancashire have been sentenced following what's believed to be the first case of sheep rustling in the UK in 25 years.
20-year-old James Hesketh from Preston was given a nine month suspended sentence and a 12 month community order.
65-year-old John Kirkham from Goosnargh near Preston, received a 12 month community order and was ordered to complete 80 hours of unpaid work.
Both pleaded guilty to the theft of 55 pregnant sheep worth up to £15,000.
The ewes were traced back to their Lancashire farm from Durham by a specialist forensic unit using DNA.
Sheep farmer Richard Alpe says he's worried sheep rustlers could strike again in Lancashire.
Two men are due to be sentenced at Preston Crown Court following what is believed to have been the first convicted case of sheep rustling in the country for about 25 years.
Richard's farm wasn't affected by the recent sheep rustling case, but he says farmers are worried about more potential thefts.
The family of a man killed in a farming accident has paid tribute to him.
Police were called to were called to a field near Astley Road in Salford last Tuesday following reports a man had been seriously injured and was trapped in farming machinery.
Officers and paramedics attended and found Ashley Dixon, aged 23, had suffered fatal injuries.
In a statement, his family said: "In loving memory of Ash. A son, a brother and a doting father with a warm-hearted, open and generous soul who enjoyed life to its fullest.
“You will be missed enormously by your friends, family and especially your daughter Daisy.
The energy and enthusiasm you brought to all that you did brought a smile to everyone who worked or played with you."
His girlfriend, Fern, said: “Ashley (tatty ash) was an amazing person inside and out."
Traditional rural skills are being kept alive at one school in Birkenhead turning out two of the region's leading shepherdesses - and wowing the judges at the Cheshire Show. Paul Crone went to see them in action.