Stunned Amanda Owen scoffs at cameraman as farmer brands her 'isolated' on Channel 4 show | The Sun

STUNNED Amanda Owen scoffed at a cameraman after a farmer branded her 'isolated' on her More 4 show.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess hosts Amanda Owen's Farming Lives, visiting some of the UK's most extraordinary farms.

In this weeks episode she met Sarah Jane and Nat at their pig farm in Todmorden in Yorkshire.

The farm is located the Calder Valley, which was used for BBC hit drama Happy Valley.

Sarah Jane and Nat rear pigs and also produce their own range of salamis and cured meats which they then sell locally.

Their are two other homes located next to the farm and the couple have a great relationship with their neighbours, particularly one couple who grow their own produce.

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Sarah Jane said: “It is nice to feel a bit looked after. There’s a temptation to go look for a property that’s totally isolated, huh.”

She then stopped and pointed to Amanda, referencing the remoteness of her own farm at Ravenseat.

Amanda widened her eyes and looked at the camera in surprise at the cheeky comment.

Sarah Jane then continued: "But actually when these guys are away we feel a little bit lost.”

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The series is Amanda's first solo project since Our Yorkshire Farm came to an end following her marriage split from husband Clive.

She previously said about it: "If you’re in farming and agriculture, it’s very easy to feel like you’re unsupported, even vilified, heartening to see how different people were making it work and how diverse modern farming is."

Amanda added: “This series will show what life’s really like for farmers in 2022. To the outside world, it might seem like some farmers have it made, with large plots of land and expensive machinery but, as ever, the truth is much more complex.”

Amanda Owen's Farming Lives airs on More 4 and is available on All 4.

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