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Louise Lavigueur

Amanda Owen tells fans of 'more s**t to deal with' amid spin-off TV show without her

The Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen has shared a witty quip to fans saying she has 'more s*** to deal with' when tending to her 1,000 acre farm.

The stand-out star of the Channel 5 show Our Yorkshire Farm took to Instagram sharing shots from her tractor with a message for fans just months after announcing her split from husband Clive after 22 years of marriage.

The Yorkshire Shepherdess wrote: "Another day, more s**t to deal with. Good job it comes with the territory."

Amanda can be seen at the wheel of the tractor and taking multiple checks over her shoulder as the sound of a muck spreader can be heard before it pans into view.

Amanda shares her life on Ravenseat with her followers after finding fame on Our Yorkshire Farm (Amanda Owen/Twitter)

But while the meaning could be taken literally as she is farming high up in the hills, others have seen it as a slur on her estranged husband's spin-off TV show.

And her creative innuendos in 'edited' hashtags continued as she penned: "#spreadingit #boring #mediahype #nonstory #yawn #bekind #mya*se"

It was recently announced that Channel 5 had not recommissioned the families popular programme but a new show – Beyond The Yorkshire Farm: Reuben & Clive – featuring Clive and his eldest son, will launches next month.

Amanda navigates the dales with her muck spreader in tow (Instagram)
Clive and Amanda split earlier this year after 22 years of marriage (channel 5)

The show will follow the pair as they embark on a new digging business to run alongside their farming commitments.

But, Amanda will not be part of the show but is understood to be considering her own solo projects.

Earlier this week she shared some time with son Miles as she headed out with young sheepdog Nell.

She captioned the shot: " Out & about on the rounds with Miles & Nell."

Amanda, Nell and Miles share a selfie during their two days tending to the tups (Instagram)

"Some of the tups are better to handle than others. As time goes on invariably they will value a bite of food above spending time with the females."

The Huddersfield 'townie', who was compelled to pursue farming after reading a book on shepherding, and going off to find work in the Dales.

She since has carved a career as a TV personality since appearing in the show and previously wrote several books.

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