Amanda Owen slammed by viewers as Our Yorkshire Farm crumbles

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Amanda Owen’s new show on More4 has been praised by fans as they tuned into Farming Life. It comes after Our Yorkshire Farm was cancelled following her split from estranged husband Clive Owen.

The mum-of-nine, from Huddersfield, has been living in Ravenseat in the Yorkshire Dales for many years and remains there despite her marriage split.

Her Yorkshire accent can be heard in the new More4 show but some viewers were left confused about her voice overs.

Fans took to social media and questioned Amanda’s accent with some claiming that she sounded “posh”.

In the latest episode which aired on Wednesday, Amanda went to visit the Rickard family in Newport in south Wales.

Social media users questioned her accent, as @jon.palmer543 said: “Amanda. Where has your accent gone?”

@Wilsdonannemarie noticed the voice change too as she added: “Really lovely and such a soft, mellifluous voiceover, well done.”

@BeverleyPotts added: “Why are you trying to speak posh, we love your normal accent.”

Others praised the new programme. @Darlington_James said: “Love this programme. I think you are wonderful for the farming community.”

Twitter user @Pabrown9154 added: “Great programme I enjoy watching it so much.”

@veg_patch_jac said: “Loving the show and seeing how other farms are surviving.”

The on-screen star shocked fans earlier this week as she shared pictures of her “crumbling” Ravenseat farm.

Amanda has experienced several property setbacks in recent months, and recent turbulent weather conditions has made conditions increasingly difficult.

She shared some photos from her current project as she’s been attempting to restore the property.

Sharing a snap of her broken down wall, Amanda, 48, wrote: “A bright but cold day for some running repairs. Every year the combination of wind, snow, ice & sodden ground brings down walls.

“This is a particularly bad wall that takes rather a lot of upkeep but so long as we keep gapping it will remain stock proof.”

In a series of follow-up snaps, the shepherdess showed the wall being repaired.

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