Calf rescued from slurry pit at Shropshire farm
The fire service had to be called to a farm in Pontesbury on Thursday morning after a calf got stuck in a slurry pit.
Crews from both Minsterley and Wellington attended the farm in Habberley, near Pontesbury, following a call to Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) at 6.04am
A spokesperson for SFRS said: "The calf has been rescued from slurry pit by Fire Service personnel using large animal rescue equipment."
Firefighters from Wellington later said two of the team, wearing dry suits, were sent out an inflatable skid to rescue the calf.
The calf was freed and the incident declared over at 7:20am.