Firefighters have rescued three dairy cows after they fell into an underground slurry pit on a farm in Wales.
The incident happened on a farm in Mellington, east Wales, on Thursday 11 April.
Firefighters were called to the farm early in the morning to rescue the animals.
It took Montgomery Fire Station crews hours to rescue the cows. All three survived.
03P1 mobilised at 06:02 to a large animal rescue on a farm in mellington, this turned out to be 3 dairy cows stuck in an underground slurry pit, made pumps 2 for man power, so 01P1 mobilised from @NewtownFireStn all 3 cows survived, great team work, 13:00 booked off— Montgomery Fire Stn (@MontyFireSTN) April 11, 2019
The crew took to social media to share images of the rescue.
It follows rescuers stating how they completed their 'most technical rescue' ever faced after saving 65 sheep from sea cliffs in Pembrokeshire.