OUR YORKSHIRE FARM star Amanda Owen revealed she is “stressed” after being forced to “forge a new partnership”.
Amanda Owen, who is the star of Our Yorkshire Farm, admitted she had been left “dogless” during tonight’s episode. The mum-of-nine explained that her husband Clive Owen had given her an alternative which soon sparked chaos on Ravenseat Farm.
During the programme, the 47-year-old shared that her trusted companion and sheepdog would be unavailable.
The shepherdess announced that her beloved pooch Kate was six weeks pregnant and could no longer run Ravenseat Farm alongside Amanda.
Her other half’s dog Midge was the shepherdess’ only option as she attempted to “forge a new partnership”.
Clive explained: “Midge is my main dog. He is a very good dog but he is very young and he is very strong.
“He takes a bit of handling. He is a one-man dog.”
The Yorkshire Farm star admitted it “could go wrong” before trouble ensued on the farm.
She said: “Midge and I have to form a bit of a bond. A friendship before lambing time.
“Because with Kate on maternity leave I’m going to be dogless. It’s like starting over.”
“It could all go wrong,” Amanda added.
At that moment, the small-screen star could sense that Midge was “itching” to do something before he ran for the hills.
The mum-of-nine began frantically calling the dog back but he refused to listen.
It was the first time that Amanda had tried to command Clive’s firsthand partner.
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The TV star and her four-year-old daughter Nancy chased after the sheepdog.
Amanda growled: “Midge lie down!”
But the shepherdess was not having much luck, as she fumed: “He’s not listening.”
“I don’t think Midge does slow down,” the shepherdess remarked.
“It’s quite stressful. He is a lot younger than Kate.”
She continued: “I’ve got to know Kate over the last 10 years. Midge is a really great dog.
“He is fantastic but with youth comes enthusiasm. He’d rather his daddy.”