Tuberculosis can shut a farmer down "for many years" and "it really effects their business", a farming union told Daybreak.
Chairman of the National Farming Union, James Small gave a detailed description of what a farm could go through if one case of bovine TB is found, which he dubbed "really heartbreaking".
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