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Shooting Times is the UK’s leading weekly shooting magazine, with over two million readers a year. Since 1882 it has brought a weekly fix of shooting news, sport and countryside action to its hugely loyal readership. It is the clear first choice for shooting sportsmen, with editorial covering all disciplines including gameshooting, rough shooting, pigeon shooting, wildfowling and deer stalking.

The charity, which recently launched a crowdfunder ‘to tackle the outbreak’ of avian influenza, asked the Scottish Government to introduce the ban to limit ‘disturbance’ to Barnacle geese. However ministers…

Cornwall Council is likely to rebuff a petition seeking to have trail hunting banned on its land following a vote on 19 January. The official result will not be announced…

not the perfect weather for a shoot day

Imagine your perfect driven shooting day — a cheerful host, good hospitality, abundant birds passing over or across your peg, perhaps a faithful hound sitting meekly at heel, attentive to…

Muirburn

The claim that controlled burning is harmful and causes damaging releases of carbon dioxide has been increasingly used to criticise traditional upland management in recent years, with a focus on…

SsangYong Rexton Ultimate

The SUV market is bursting with choice and SsangYong has thrown an even bigger hat into the mix with its all-new SsangYong Rexton Ultimate. Previously, the Rexton was a remodelled…

Breakfast muffins

Rabbit and egg muffin — the ethical breakfast bap These are great for breakfast any day, but especially on a shoot day, or for elevenses Ingredients For the rabbit patty:…

changes to general licences on bird species

The general licences allow the control of a range of bird species which would otherwise be protected; these include species such as wood pigeons and carrion crows. They were widely…

Hedgerow

It’s rather difficult to know quite where to start with the carbon debate, when, according to my research, we have been losing carbon into the atmosphere from our soils since…