A 66-year-old man's been killed following an accident on his farm in Lauder in the Scottish Borders.
The dead man's been named locally as Jim Sharp.
He was a well known sheep farmer in the area and a former National Farmers Union Scotland livestock board convener.
It's believed Mr Sharp was killed while operating a grain auger - a piece of machinery used to collect and load grain.The accident happened on Monday, March 17th.
Police Scotland and the Health and Safety Executive are investigating.
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