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Amanda Owen's heartwarming new photo has fans saying same thing

The Channel 5 presenter is back for a new series of Our Yorkshire Farm

Francesca Shillcock

Our Yorkshire Farm has returned for a brand new series and viewers have been loving seeing the Owen family back on their screens. Away from the show, however, Amanda - known as the Yorkshire Shepherdess - often shares updates from their family life on their farm, and her recent post has fans all saying the same thing.

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The mum-of-nine shared a lovely photo on her Instagram page over the weekend of her son, Sidney, holding a baby chick, which prompted many to respond how caring her little boy was with the animals. One person wrote in the comments: "Sidney will make a good farmer!", as another said: "So lovely to see the youngster's be so helpful and friendly with animals ...well done Sid."

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A third echoed this, commenting: "Good morning Sydney, you are so gentle and kind. A credit to you both Amanda and Clive," while a fourth added: "Sidney the fabulous little farmer!"

Amanda and her family returned to Channel 5 last week with the first episode of the new series which was well-received by fans. The presenter said on Instagram: "Nearly two million viewers watched and will grow to three million in consolidated figures. Only losing slot to the mighty Silent Witness."

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Amanda shared this lovely photo over the weekend

Meanwhile, it seems that the presenter and the team battled through some difficult conditions for the new episodes. Amanda wrote on Twitter: "A big thank you to all viewers who tuned in to #OurYorkshireFarm on @channel5_tv last night.

"I hope that last night's episode, filmed in such difficult conditions captured the determination and strength required to keep going during the bleakest of times #shepherdess."

The 47-year-old elaborated further in a second tweet: "Conditions were dire but Kate (and also Bill RIP) has the ability to be able to find buried sheep under the snow. She knows what I don't. A good sheepdog makes all the difference. #sheepdog."

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