Our Yorkshire Farms Amanda Owen breaks silence after show axed in cryptic post

Amanda Owen from Our Yorkshire Farm has shared a cryptic Instagram post – the first since it was announced the hit Channel 5 show will not be returning.

Instead of series six of the programme, which follows Amanda and her large brood working at Ravenseat Farm, there will be a spin-off starring her ex-husband Clive Owen and son, Reuben.

Amanda and Clive recently revealed their split after 20 years of marriage.

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The new show will feature Reuben, 18, and Clive’s journey as they go into business together and is called Beyond the Yorkshire Farm.

While Amanda, 48, has yet to comment on this development officially, she took to social media to share her…thoughts.

Sharing a video of herself driving a tractor, spreading manure across her farmland, she wrote: "Another day, more s*** to deal with. Good job it goes with the territory.”

Amanda accompanied the post with various telling hashtags such as “yawn, boring, and my a***”.

Fans were quick to commiserate saying “ignore the haters” and calling her a “fabulous mum”.

A statement from Channel 5's Factual boss Daniel Pearl said: "The Owens has become everyone’s favourite farming family and millions have enjoyed watching their unique way of life.

"It’s fantastic that we can now all follow Reuben and Clive on their next adventure."

Meanwhile, Amanda recently shared an emotional update about her daughter Raven, gushing she is “so proud”.

Raven graduated from York St. John University with a degree in biomedical science.

Both Amanda and Clive were present in Raven’s university snaps, and the redhead looked proud of herself in her cap and gown as she smiled over her shoulder.

Raven captioned her snap: “It’s official! I can now confirm the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell!!”

Hopping into the comments section, Amanda told her daughter: “I am so proud of you Raven. A first-class degree when you’ve had so much to contend with.

“Studying & working throughout the pandemic was hard enough but you still found time to volunteer at the hospital. We all love you so much.”

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