Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen shares bleak update on Ravenseat farm

Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen had shared the latest transformation to Ravenseat farm, describing it as "bleak".

The shepherdess recently took to social media to share the update from the farm along with appearances from some of her children.

Since hitting TV screens in 2016, Amanda and her large family are always sharing snippets of their farm life online and on their Channel 5 TV show.

The stunning mum-of-nine shared a series of four pics that included two of her daughters to her 189,400 followers.

In the snaps, fans could see an old hut, with her showing pictures from the inside and the outside of the building.

She captioned the post: "The view from inside & out.

"Breathing life back into bleak surroundings. #yorkshire #peaceful #winter #sunshine #barn #history."

Friends and fans rushed to the Twitter thread and gushed over the famous family.

One fan tweeted: "Great pictures of the girls having fun in the old buildings.

"They are having a great time, love the Owens family."

A second added: "Beautiful photos. Children having fun, so many great adventures."

While a third commented: "I long for a view like that one day xxx."

This comes after Amanda explored the Dales in a recent episode of BBC Four's series Winter Walks.

The gentle programme sees a variety of well-known faces – including Rev. Kate Bottley, Rev. Richard Coles and BBC radio DJ Nihal Arthanayake – go on a solo walk around areas of nature in the north of England.

Amanda, 47, kicked off her walk-in Bainbridge and followed the river Bain and a Roman road to end up at Lake Semer Water.

The solitary time allowed Amanda to reflect on her hectic life back at the farm as she opened up in front of the cameras.

She explained: “I am determined that I am not going to feel guilty about the fact I am not at work today. It makes me think about a poem called Freedom by Olive Runner.”

She then recited the poem: “Give me the long straight road before me, a clear cold day with the nippy air.

“Tall bear trees run beside me, A heart that is light and free from care.”

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