A farmer suffered burns to his hands after he tackled a burning bale of hay on his tractor.
The farmer was loading bales in a barn at a farm off Meltham Road at Honley when one tipped off and landed on the bonnet of the vehicle.
The large bale caught fire because of the heat of the engine.
The farmer reversed his Massey Ferguson tractor out of the barn and into a field and received burns to his hands.
Two fire engines from Huddersfield were called at 2.52pm and were able to extinguish the flames.
They checked the rest of the barn for other possible smouldering fires using thermal imaging equipment.
The male farmer refused medical treatment.
Earlier, firefighters tackled a grass fire off Heaton Moor Road at Kirkheaton.
The fire, measuring 30m by 10m, is thought to have been ignited deliberately.
Firefighters used their special wildfire kits with portable extinguishers and grass beaters to tackle the burning stubble and grass, along with a hose reel from the engine.
The incident at 1.25pm today, took an hour to deal with.