Around 30 firefighter spent five hours tackling a blaze on a farm in south Armagh last night (Thursday).
Four appliances from Keady, one from Armagh, two from Newtownhamilton and a water tanker from Pomeroy assisted in the operation.
The owner of the large agricultural shed raised the alarm when he spotted the flames and was able to remove the livestock from the building.
The last of the fire crews stood down at 12.30am this morning.
There was extensive damage to one side and the roof of the building, however, the structure remained upright.
The cause of the fire is believed to have been accidental.
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