This article flags up the increasing practice of social media being used to target people who seek to earn a living in the countryside. It tells us:

Farmers Guardian last week reported on the post, which showed a map of farms and encouraged activists to descend on them.

Countryside Alliance (CA) chief executive Tim Bonner thanked those who had reported the post to the social media giant.

“Rural businesses and livelihoods have enough challenges to contend with without having to deal with intimidation and potential attacks from extremists,” said Mr Bonner.

“By working together, we can protect rural people and their businesses from these threats.”

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