Caffe Nero says it has stopped stocking milk from farms in badger cull areas, after animal rights activists said they would protest - leading to anger from farmers.
The coffee shop chain now faces a possible boycott from farmers in Gloucestershire and Somerset, including the President of the National Farmers' Union.
The NFU's Deputy President has argued that the cull is essential for eradicating TB in cows, and a lifeline to farmers.
There are likely to be major delays on roads in West Somerset on Sunday.
A 16ft high, 16ft wide, 103ft long 145-ton boiler is being moved to a paper mill in Watchet, escorted by police. It will take up most of the road with few places for it to stop to allow traffic to pass.
It will start at 8am on Sunday, travelling from Sedgemoor Services on the M5 southbound to junction 24. It will head into Bridgwater on the A38, turn left onto the A39 Broadway and continue on the A39 through Williton to Washford Cross.
It will turn right onto the B3190 and on to the paper mill at Watchet.
The Great South West Walk starts today. It's a series of guided relay walks along the South West Coast Path, which stretches from West Somerset right round to Dorset. A quarter of a million pounds is being spent improving the route, which was badly damaged by last year's wet weather.
West Somerset council is so financially stretched that its very future is in doubt, according to a confidential report seen by this programme.
The council, one of the smallest in the country, will have to make savings over the next two years, but after that faces a merger with other authorities, it says.
The report, by the Local Government Association, says the sparsely-populated area is facing a growing budget deficit which means that it will not be able to provide even minimum standards of service in the future. Various options are proposed, including sharing services with other councils.
West Somerset say tey'll consider the report next month.
A legal challenge against plans for a badger cull in Gloucestershire and West Somerset is due to be heard at the High Court.
The Badger Trust has won a judicial review into Government proposals to allow animals to be shot to prevent the spread of TB in cattle. The pilot scheme was due to go ahead this summer but has been postponed pending the outcome of the court case.