Our Yorkshire Farm neighbours share downsides of show and say they dont watch

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Neighbours of Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda and Clive Owen who have lived with them for a decade have talked about the downsides of the show.

Patricia and Ronald Tyler, live on Ravensneat Farm next to the 2,000 acre farm in the Yorkshire Dales where the Owens live with their nine kids, and retired to the area in order to enjoy a quieter life.

They told how Clive first moved to the farm he was living alone but he started to build a family with Amanda after they became a couple.

And Mrs Tyler, 66, told Yorkshire Live: "They are fantastic neighbours. They are there if we need them but not intrusive.

"The gamekeeper lives near as well and they are all very good neighbours – happy and content."

Despite the popularity of the show, the pair admitted that they don't watch the programme because they 'already know about life on a farm'.

Mrs Tyler said: "[Amanda] has got a huge fan base. We get people who come down and if she is closed they will travel miles to get home and then come back the next day.

"I think people just want to see her.

"We don't watch it. It's too real for us. We already know everything that happens."

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She added that it appears that her fans seem to live their lives "vicariously" through the shepherdess which she branded a "sad thing".

Amanda Owen floored her fans this week when she logged into her Instagram account to post a video of herself wearing her swimwear while working hard at her remote farm, in the warm weather.

Wearing a blue polka dot bikini and gold hoop earrings, the Channel 5 beauty could be heard shouting "c'mon c'mon" to her herd .

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Amanda, 46, told her followers in the clip: "We are moving the cows this morning and putting them into some remote pastures, away from where people walk, so they can have peace and quiet.

C'mon, C'mon," she shouted to the cows while carrying a bag of food to entice the animals.

Amanda captioned her post: "Moving some of the cows to their outlying Summer grazing pastures."

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