Dogs shot on farms for worrying livestock
The programme reveals how dogs are being shot in England and Wales for worrying livestock. Plus the people of Glastonbury campaigning to save their last bank standing.
A Farming Today investigation has found at least one dog a week is being shot on farms for worrying livestock. The figures for England and Wales - obtained through a Freedom of Information Request - aren't routinely collected and show major disparities across police areas.
And we meet the people of Glastonbury campaigning to save their last bank standing, as we look at rural services all this week.
Presented by Sybil Ruscoe and produced by Sally Challoner.