Emergency crews responded to a call at a farm in south Armagh on Friday afternoon.
It was understood a man in his 60s was overcome with slurry fumes and was taken away in an ambulance shortly before 6pm.
The cause of the incident remains unknown at this stage but Armagh I understands the injured man is now recovering.
One eye-witness described the emergency response as “large-scale” with fire crews also in attendance.
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