Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen shows off black eye after being 'headbutted by a sheep'

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen showed off her black eye after being "headbuttedby a sheep".

The star – who is a real working farmer – shared an update from her farm after having an altercation with an animal.


The first photo shows Amanda on the floor next to her sheep dog with a huge bruise under her eye.

The next showed the star smiling while the dog looked over at her, followed by one of her in the car.

Amanda finally got to lay down on her sofa with an icepack resting against her face.

She captioned the pic: "Injured in the line of duty. 🩹🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🤕 *Head-butted by a sheep*"

Fans offered their sympathies and advice, with one person saying: "Always wrap a tea towel round your ice pack to prevent tissue damage. Nursey speaking. Xxx"

Another added: "Oooh! Bet that hurt… get well soon😢"

A third remarked: "Get well soon. Sounds horrendous and painful xx"

Yesterday she shared a video of her sheering a sheep before showing the aftermath of a big bruise on her face.

She captioned the clip: "Eat, sleep, sheep, repeat. (Part II)

"🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️🐑✂️

"*Actually I’ve been out of action…the very last frame might enlighten*"

KEEPING GROUNDED

Amanda runs the farm with her husband Clive Owen, with the pair sharing nine children together.

Those kids are Raven, 20, Reuben, 17, Miles, 15, Edith, 12, Violet, 10, Sidney, 9, Annas, 7, Clemmie, 5, and Nancy, 4.

The 46-year-old recently revealed how she keeps her big family "unaffected" by fame.

Stars such as Dawn French and Jeremy Clarkson admitted they follow the Channel 5 show.

But, the Sheppardress told the Express.co.uk how she rarely gets starstruck.

She admitted: “I don't know, I'm so terrible at knowing anybody really.

“I've got to say I don't watch any TV at all.

“I sometimes watch our programme and go, ‘Oh my god I hate the sound of my voice,’ and that's it.

“I’m not into that celeby kind of thing, we just do our thing.”


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