A FARMER was final evening trampled to dying by his cattle as he tried to feed them, police consider.
Stephen Sandys, 64, was discovered useless in his subject in Goombridge, Sussex.
The alarm was raised when Mr Sandys failed to select his spouse up from a prepare station as deliberate.
Distraught spouse Christine made it dwelling and known as police at 10:30pm.
She later found his battered physique close to within the subject a nine-year-old bull that had been reared from start on the farm.
Officers have been later pressured to destroy the rampant bull which was snorting and stamping, Mrs Sandys mentioned.
A spokesperson from Sussex Police mentioned: “Right now we’re not treating the dying as suspicious.
“It’s believed the farmer could been trampled by livestock.”
The case has been handed on to the coroner.
Neighbour Brett Walker mentioned Mr Sandys had taken over the farm after the dying of his father.
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He instructed the BBC: “He was a brilliant man, and by no means had a nasty phrase to say about anyone.”
Frank Langrish, from the Nationwide Farmers’ Union, mentioned: “Whereas is that this isn’t an unusual prevalence it’s uncommon particularly for a farmer to be killed on this state of affairs.
“Cattle may be unpredictable however this breed of cattle are usually fairly docile and simple to deal with.”