Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen in mourning after 'family member's' heartbreaking death | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen has told fans she's in mourning after the "heartbreaking death" of her beloved dog.

The sheepdog called Kate passed away in her sleep leaving the farming family devastated.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda shared sweet pictures of the pup on Instagram.

She wrote: "Then there’s the other kind of mourning. 🙏

"Where you go to get your faithful workmate, companion, colleague & friend from her kennel. Only to find that she has passed away in her sleep. 🐶

"Kate….that’ll do. 😭."

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It's been a tough week for the Yorkshire Shepherdess after it was revealed she will not appear in a brand new Our Yorkshire Farm spin-off after splitting from her husband Clive.

She broke her silence on Our Yorkshire Farm being axed by Channel 5 – and her ex Clive landing his very own spin-off series on the network.

The reality TV star shared a post on Instagram announcing the shake-up, saying she had 'more s**t to deal with' following the explosive news.

And now the mum-of-nine has said she is "riding out the storm" with her family in a social media post, after launching a foul-mouthed rant after the news broke last week.

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Taking to Twitter, Amanda shared a series of snaps of life on the farm, including a snowy quad bike snap and a picture of her son Reuben driving a tractor.

She captioned her photoset: “There’s horsepower [tractor emoji] and there’s horsepower [horse emoji].

“Come rain or shine we ride out storms… resilience and strength comes as standard.”

Later, Amanda shared snaps of her hand caked in mud, along with her and the kids feeding the farm animals on their rounds.

She added: “Today has definitely had its moments! But after each little setback came a small victory. Thank goodness for teamwork.”

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