A Somerset farmer's facing an anxious wait this evening after his cattle were tested for TB. James Small has already been forced to slaughter two animals earlier this year when they were found to have the disease.
And he's not alone. In 2010, 25,000 cattle in England were slaughtered because of Bovine TB. It's cost farmers £10 million. Our reporter Jonty Messer has been following farmer James Small as his cattle were tested.
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