Our Yorkshire Farm Season 3 Episode 4 Missing? Release Date, Cast, & Other Details 2020

Our Yorkshire Farm is a Channel 5 series that is up close and personal about the Owen family, and it takes us the audience to their journey on understanding why the family has deciding to follow this lifestyle. Many people dream of leaving their everyday life and living somewhere with nature. While most of them just imagine, Amanda Owen chose to follow them out to the Yorkshire Dales, where she now tends a 1,000-strong flock of Swale dale sheep and lives this life.

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Our Yorkshire Farm season 3 Episode 4 Release Date

On Tuesday, that was on the 4th of August 2020, the fourth episode of Our Yorkshire Farm season 3 was supposed to release on its usual 9 pm slot. But instead, the episode of The Deceived aired. However, it is not confirmed why the episode didn’t air on the regular TV schedule, but fans were getting agitated about why the series didn’t air. However, the series will air regularly from the 11th of August 2020.  and to calm the fans down, Amanda Owen took over Twitter just to say that the series will be returning.

Our Yorkshire Farm Cast

Amanda and husband Clive are the main part of this series; they both have a 21-year age gap, have a flock of more than 1,000 sheep to look after. With this they are also raising their kids Raven- 17, Reuben-15, Miles- 13, Edith- 10, Violet- 8, Sidney-7, and Annas- 5, Clemmy- 3, Nancy- 2. Ben Fogle also presents the show.

Our Yorkshire Farm Details

Amanda’s mother was a model, and her father an engineer, but she decided to settle for something different, living her city comforts behind. There is a massive gap between Amanda and Clive, but it is also shocking to know that her husband is not from a farming stock background, but he was all in t9o help Amanda build her rural dream life. Now they have nine kids, and they tend the land in the same ways as it was done by people before. The show is filmed at the Owens’ remote Ravenseat Farm, which is located three and a half miles West of Keld in Swaledale, North Yorkshire.


the regular schedule of the series The Yorkshire Farm has started from the 11th of August 2020 and will air back like its regular time slot. Fans do not need to worry about the series, not retiring because Amanda made it very clear that the show will not stop but continue. The audience will still get to see the 6 part episodes of the series. if there are any changes we will make sure to keep you informed, so for more updates, stay tuned to world wire.

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