More than 30 firefighters were called to battle a blaze at a north-east farm.
Around 33 firefighters from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service were alerted to a barn on fire, approximately two miles west of Fraserburgh, just off the A98, at 5pm yesterday.
Six appliances were sent to the scene along with a specialist water carrier to get the fire under control.
Crews used four sets of breathing apparatus and two hose reel jets to put out the flames, which was complete at 6.45pm. The blaze does not appear to be suspicious, but the cause has not yet been determined.
A spokesman for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We received the call at 5pm, reporting a barn on fire near Fraserburgh. The fire was extinguished at around 6.45pm, but our crews remained on the scene for a short time.
“As of right now, there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances.”
Police Scotland was in attendance, after being alerted to the blaze by the fire service.
A police spokesman said: “Everyone at the scene was present and accounted for, and there do not appear to be any injuries to livestock.”