The Moss of Cree Road between Newton Stewart and Wigtown has been reopned.
It was closed last week due to subsidence, caused by drainage issues after heavy rain.
It is believed the man died at Tarff Valley Limited, Agricultural Suppliers, Old Station Yard, Whauphill, Newton Stewart on the morning of 31st January 2014.
The identity of the male will not be released at this time.
There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
A new visitor centre opens its doors in Dumfries and Galloway this weekend.
Kirroughtree near Newton Stewart has been refurbished and significantly modernised.
It will operate alongside new visitor centres at Clatteringshaws and Glentrool as part of a four and a half million pound project.
Police have confirmed that the body of the woman recovered from the Cree Estuary on yesterday is that of Elizabeth Watson from Newton Stewart.
The 70-year-old had been missing from her home in Newton Stewart since Sunday afternoon.
The emergency services and a search and rescue helicopter were all involved in the search.
Police have confirmed that the body of a woman has been recovered during the search for missing Newton Stewart woman Elizabeth Watson, known as Betty.
The body was found in the estuary of the River Cree.
Although formal identification has still to take place, police say that the search for Mrs Watson is now being scaled down.
Police in Galloway have made an appeal for anyone with information surrounding the disappearance of 70-year-old Elizabeth Watson to get in contact with them.
A major search is underway for a woman who has gone missing in Galloway.
70-year-old Elizabeth Watson was reported missing from her home in Newton Stewart town centre yesterday evening.
Police and the fire service have joined the coastguard to search the River Cree.
Police searching for a woman who has gone missing from Newton Stewart are treating her disappearance as high risk.
The search for missing 70-year-old Elizabeth 'Betty' Watson has been taking place since yesterday evening.
Officers believe that because of the recent bad weather and heavy rainfall, combined with Betty's age, she is at high risk.
Anyone who has any information about Betty's whereabouts, or who thinks that they may have seen her since 5pm yesterday, is being encouraged to get in contact with police on the 101 non-emergency number.
Members of HMS Gannet have been helping with the search for a woman who has gone missing from Newton Stewart.
70-year-old Elizabeth Watson, known as Betty, has not been seen since late afternoon on Sunday 20 October.
A search was launched on Sunday evening and was called off at 2am this morning until daylight returned.