Amanda Owen, star of our Yorkshire Farm, discusses her future plans, which she describes as “full of hope.”


Amanda Owen, star of our Yorkshire Farm, talks about her future plans, which she describes as “full of hope.”

Amanda Owen, star of OUR YORKSHIRE FARM, has revealed her plans for the new year and says she is “full of hope” for what lies ahead.

Amanda Owen, star of Our Yorkshire Farm, joined naturist Alan Titchmarsh for a new episode of Love Your Weekend on ITV last Sunday. Speaking about ringing in the new year, Amanda said she was “full of hope” for what the new year would bring for her and her family on their farm in Ravenseat.

“This stage is the very beginning of the year when you’re looking forward to the year,” Alan said after welcoming Amanda to the show.

“I mean, how do you feel about 2022? I’m not talking about New Year’s resolutions, but rather optimism and positivity.”

“Absolutely, I do believe that what we have been through over the last couple of years has brought to the forefront what I suppose we feel like we champion,” Amanda agreed.

“It’s that newfound appreciation of what we have on our doorstep.”

“It’s not just about what you put on your plate; it’s about the whole experience of being in the outdoors, countryside, and mindfulness, and, at the end of the day, mental health.”

“We’re feeding our minds and bodies together, so I think it’s definitely full of positivity and hope.”

Our Yorkshire Farm gives Channel 5 viewers a glimpse into Amanda Owen’s life on Ravenseat Farm in the countryside.

The Shepherdess lives with her husband Clive and their nine children, who are frequently seen assisting her with the animals and farming.

Amanda also mentioned to Alan that she wants to “hand over control” in the kitchen to her children, teaching them life lessons for when they’re older.

Alan complimented Amanda on her ability to cook for her nine children and inquired about how she manages to keep up with the demand.

“Well, yes,” she replied, laughing at Alan’s surprise. “But the beauty of the book is that all of the recipes I’ve included are incredibly forgiving.”

“I’d say, ‘Yes, that would be ideal if you put it in the oven for 40 minutes, but hopefully it won’t be completely incinerated if you get completely distracted and come back two hours later.’

“I don’t cook everything myself,” she says.

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