Police are to head out on poaching patrols to tackle rural crime in North Lincolnshire.
Officers will be heading to key locations to tackle the issue.
A letter has also been sent to people who police have reason to believe may have previously been involved, or are involved in poaching in North Lincolnshire.
Neighbourhood sergeant for Brigg, Howard Garlick, said: "We take incidents of poaching very seriously and I would like these days of action to send a warning to those people thinking of heading to North Lincolnshire that poaching will not be tolerated.
"We work very closely with the farmers and landowners to help combat theft of farming equipment and to ensure that information in connection with people suspected of poaching is dealt with accordingly.
"Last year we conducted a similar operation which was very successful and I hope that the days of action we have planned for this year, have the same impact."
Anyone who may want to report offences of rural crime can do so by calling Humberside Police on 101.