‘Life becomes challenging.’ In the new Our Yorkshire Farm series, Amanda Owen talks about her hardships.
AMANDA OWEN has opened up about the challenges she and her family faced while filming the latest season of Our Yorkshire Farm.
Amanda Owen, 47, has opened up about the struggles she and her family faced while filming the latest season of Our Yorkshire Farm last winter. On Tuesday, October 5, the new season premieres.
You’ll see how living becomes more tough as winter approaches.
Amanda Owen is a writer who lives in the United
The Yorkshire Shepherdess updates her readers on her wonderful rural life on the farm, including the less pleasant aspects of her employment, on a regular basis.
Amanda updated her 179,000 Twitter fans today on what they can expect from the new series.
“Our Yorkshire Farm returns to @channel5 tv next week for a new season,” she said.
“You’ll notice how living becomes more tough as winter approaches.
“Blizzards, sub-zero temperatures, and heavy snowfall”
The message was accompanied by four photos of her on the farm with her husband, Clive Owen, and their nine children, indicating the chill she was experiencing.
Yorkshire was experiencing harsh winters at the time, with miles of thick snow.
Two of her children are also seen standing next to icicles that are nearly the same height as them in one shot.
Amanda and her family have received a lot of acclaim from the show’s fans for the job they do.
“Your books are telling the facts of winters where you are & what you have to do to keep your family and cattle alive & well,” Bettypittmann55 remarked.
“After reading your stories, I have so much respect and admiration for you, your spouse, and those lovely children. “Thank you very much.” “Brilliant,” Haggironi continued, “looking forward to being transported into your world, being educated, and witnessing just how hard, entertaining, interesting, and I’m sure difficult life can be in the colder, darker months.” “Thank you very much.” Amanda, her husband Clive, and their children live on Ravenseat Farm in Swaledale.
The new season will begin as the farm prepares for the second coronavirus lockdown, which occurred last winter.
The shepherdess shared the first look video for the series on Twitter Friday.
This series will take a closer look at the family’s challenges and the difficult duties they must complete in the freezing weather.
In Series 5, the current trailer promised “new experiences, new beginnings, and new surprises.”
There will be plenty of new problems, if the photographs provide any indication. “Brinkwire News Summary.”