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Our Yorkshire Farm

  • Season 3
  • 6 episodes
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Episode 2: Our Yorkshire Farm

Summary

Amanda and the children prepare for the demands of breeding season in autumn. However, with Clive recovering from hip surgery and Raven away at university, Amanda and the rest of the children face a particularly demanding set of challenges. The season provides a valuable sex education lesson for Violet and Edith. Reuben studies for his tractor-driving test, Clive buys a new bull, and Clemmy takes a ride on a miniature Shetland.

Review

Raven, the eldest of Amanda and Clive’s big brood high up on the Yorkshire Dales farm, makes a brief return home from York University.

Mum thinks she’s looking healthy, while one of Raven’s little sisters chimes in with “and you’re not so spotty.” Unsurprisingly Raven looks a bit nonplussed.

With big sis gone the other children step up, and one of the pleasures of such a charming series is seeing the delight the young ones take in farming.

“It’s very rewarding when you finish a job,” says one of the boys. “It’s just our way of life, of doing stuff.” They do become a little shy, though, when the ewes line up for the ram.


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DirectorBen Jamieson
Executive producerHarry Lansdown
Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
ProducerBen Jamieson
Series producerKate Fraser

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  • Episode 2

    Our Yorkshire Farm

    Summary

    Amanda and the children prepare for the demands of breeding season in autumn. However, with Clive recovering from hip surgery and Raven away at university, Amanda and the rest of the children face a particularly demanding set of challenges. The season provides a valuable sex education lesson for Violet and Edith. Reuben studies for his tractor-driving test, Clive buys a new bull, and Clemmy takes a ride on a miniature Shetland.

    Review

    Raven, the eldest of Amanda and Clive’s big brood high up on the Yorkshire Dales farm, makes a brief return home from York University.

    Mum thinks she’s looking healthy, while one of Raven’s little sisters chimes in with “and you’re not so spotty.” Unsurprisingly Raven looks a bit nonplussed.

    With big sis gone the other children step up, and one of the pleasures of such a charming series is seeing the delight the young ones take in farming.

    “It’s very rewarding when you finish a job,” says one of the boys. “It’s just our way of life, of doing stuff.” They do become a little shy, though, when the ewes line up for the ram.


    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorBen Jamieson
    Executive producerHarry Lansdown
    Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
    ProducerBen Jamieson
    Series producerKate Fraser
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