A family in Somerset that has been farming for decades say they will become homeless after being told to leave their council-owned farm.
The Morgans, who run a successful raw milk business in Over Stowey, have been told to vacate their farm by the end of May.
Having failed in their efforts to find another farm to move to, the family say they will be forced to sell their cows.
The move would also spell the end for their son Rob’s hopes of becoming a farmer.
In response, Somerset County Council - who sold the farm for £1.4million - say the Morgans were aware they would have to leave “for a long time”.