Our Yorkshire Farm's Clive Owen was "fed up" in the most recent episode of the popular Channel 5 TV programme, as he shared the family's Ravenseat weather struggle with viewers at home.
The 67-year-old farmer and father opened up about the struggles the family had been facing in last week's episode of Our Yorkshire Farm, when the weather decided to take an unexpected turn.
The popular programme often documents how the family cope through the changing seasons and unpredictable weather conditions.
The latest episode illustrated how the family-of-11 tried to keep the farm afloat amid a completely unexpected springtime blizzard, during peak of lambing season in the Yorkshire Dales.
In the programme, Clive admitted that he and Amanda were getting "fed up" as they had to search for their flock and make sure the farm runs smoothly.
Amanda told the cameras: "We're having to provide the majority of the nutrition of the mums for the sheep in order that they can produce milk, because there isn't a bite of grass to be had."
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Clive then said: "Ravenseat's famously exposed to weather so shelter is not easily found.
"Feeding sheep in this weather is bad because it spoils quickly- we're putting this down on the wet soggy ground and so they don't eat it as well as they should.
"So everything is against us really, so it makes us twice as hard for them, twice as hard for us and we're getting fed up now."
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He urged: "We need it to get warmer."
Amanda explained: "We're approaching the end of lambing time, this is not supposed to be a complete white-out."
Clive concluded: "We're doing our very best at looking after the lambs and doing everything we can and we just help them when we can.
"And we'll hang on and it will pass, it always does and it will."
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