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Our Yorkshire Farm’s Clive Owen scolded as Raven announces new move ‘Get used to it’

Our Yorkshire Farm: Raven helps Clive with the lambs

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Our Yorkshire Farm star Clive Owen was joined by his eldest daughter Raven to help with their season of lambing in a recent episode of the Channel 5 series. The episode saw the shepherd and his daughter out in their fields to feed the sheep as the cold weather meant the grass hadn’t been growing fast enough. Reflecting on his relationship with his daughter, Clive asked Raven when she would be home for summer, to which she sarcastically commented he needed to “get used to it.”

The start of May showed to be one of the coldest springs on record, and with Clive’s flock spread across hundreds of acres, he had the help from daughter Raven.

Home on study leave from University, Raven, was up bright and early with her father to help feed their large flock.

Instructing his daughter, Clive said: “Right Rav, there are two bags in the back, grab one of them.”

Speaking to the camera, Clive revealed: “Raven’s back, it’s lovely, it’s always lovely when she’s back, she’s in great spirits, and she’s helping.

“She’s been getting up in the morning and coming with me, which is quite remarkable,” as Raven began spreading out the food in a long line for the sheep.

“It’s lovely to have her back, we get on well, we always have, I don’t think I take my role as a parent very seriously.

“We’re more mates than father and daughter, we have a grand relationship, and I think that’s a nice thing,” he explained.

Once the food had been spread out, Raven asked: “So, has this been like, a good lambing, would you say?”

“It’s been cold but dry,” Clive replied, “So these left last one have still got to do it, but the signs are good that we’ll have a good lambing time, lot of work to do yet.

“So, what about you then, when’s summer holidays,” he asked Raven, to which she replied: “I’ve got one more exam left to do.”

Excited about his daughters return to the farm, Clive joked: “And then you come home for what weeks and weeks?”

“Probably for weeks and weeks and weeks, so yeah, I’ll be here all the time, get used to this face because you’ll be seeing a lot more of it,” she teased.

As the pair finished their feed, Raven asked her father if they could go and visit a part of the field they used to visit when she was younger.

Speaking to the camera, Clive said: “Before Raven went to school, she spend all the time with one of us just like Nancy does now, really, so nothing changes, just a different one of the brood.

“These lot when they were kids they used to have like a chair up here, but there was a throne here where the Viking used to sit and survey all what he owned and watch for Vikings coming to kill them.”

The Channel 5 series has often caught heartwarming moments with Clive and his children, including a recent scene with him and 12-year-old daughter Edith.

Clive told Edith she’d soon be getting her very own puppy to look after and train, which Edith was very excited about as she was being trusted with responsibility.

As Clive talked his daughter through what would be expected of her, he suggested she could have a future career working with sheepdogs.

He said: “You never know where you might end up – a famous sheepdog trainer. Who knows? You don’t know.”

Clive and Amanda’s youngest daughter Nancy asked her father if the new dog will be Edith’s forever, to which he replied: “Of course, it will, of course, it will. And you’ll be mine forever!”.

“It’s just the same as little girls and puppies, the same. Once you get one, you’re stuck with them,” he said, causing his daughters to burst out laughing.

Our Yorkshire Farm airs Tuesday’s at 9pm on Channel 5. 
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