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Our Yorkshire Farm

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

Summary

The family tackles life in lockdown, just as lambing season gets into full swing. Violet and Clemmy help to deliver some new additions to the flock, while Sydney heads out onto the moors on a mission to save a vulnerable newborn lamb. Amanda seeks to document their daily lives under lockdown with a video diary, enlisting the kids as camera crew - which results in an unusual toddlers' eye view of the farm. As the temperature rises in the spring, the family takes advantage of the good conditions to go horse riding and wild swimming. Last in the series.

Review

It’s mid-March, the height of the lambing season, and Ravenseat Farm in the Yorkshire Dales is in lockdown.
The Our Yorkshire Farm film crew isn’t allowed on the farm, so principal photography is down to the Yorkshire Shepherdess herself, Amanda Owen, using her phone.
But she has a number of assistants among her nine children, notably four-year-old star of the show Clemmy, who peers pensively into the wrong end of the lens.
It’s a busy time, of course, and Amanda heads to the hills with her kids to check on lambing. But, as ever in this admirably unsentimental series, the children understand that Nature is not always kind.
Lessons in the outdoors and practical biology… it all looks so idyllic. As the family heads off into a stunning Yorkshire sunset, let’s hope they return soon.

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DirectorKate Fraser
DirectorGareth Prescott
Executive producerHarry Lansdown
Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
ProducerKate Fraser
ProducerGareth Prescott
Series producerKate Fraser

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  • Episode 6

    Our Yorkshire Farm

    Summary

    The family tackles life in lockdown, just as lambing season gets into full swing. Violet and Clemmy help to deliver some new additions to the flock, while Sydney heads out onto the moors on a mission to save a vulnerable newborn lamb. Amanda seeks to document their daily lives under lockdown with a video diary, enlisting the kids as camera crew - which results in an unusual toddlers' eye view of the farm. As the temperature rises in the spring, the family takes advantage of the good conditions to go horse riding and wild swimming. Last in the series.

    Review

    It’s mid-March, the height of the lambing season, and Ravenseat Farm in the Yorkshire Dales is in lockdown.
    The Our Yorkshire Farm film crew isn’t allowed on the farm, so principal photography is down to the Yorkshire Shepherdess herself, Amanda Owen, using her phone.
    But she has a number of assistants among her nine children, notably four-year-old star of the show Clemmy, who peers pensively into the wrong end of the lens.
    It’s a busy time, of course, and Amanda heads to the hills with her kids to check on lambing. But, as ever in this admirably unsentimental series, the children understand that Nature is not always kind.
    Lessons in the outdoors and practical biology… it all looks so idyllic. As the family heads off into a stunning Yorkshire sunset, let’s hope they return soon.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorKate Fraser
    DirectorGareth Prescott
    Executive producerHarry Lansdown
    Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
    ProducerKate Fraser
    ProducerGareth Prescott
    Series producerKate Fraser
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