Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen battles horror home invaders – with grim consequences | The Sun

OUR Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen and her family are currently battling an invasion at their home.

Amanda Owen and her kids are struggling as mice and shrews have invaded their Yorkshire Dales farm.


The Yorkshire Shepherdess said that she wasn't surprised as pest invasions are "common" during the colder months.

Amanda shared the news with her 205.1k followers on Twitter, as she wrote: "With winter approaching it's time to stock up the dairy and at this time of year there's an invasion of mice and shrews to deal with."

She added: "Some are owl snacks; others get a second chance and are freed in a barn."

The mum-of-nine shared snaps of the furry animals she found as well as a picture of her son Sid.

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She jokingly captured the photos with: "There are larger pests than mice to contend with!"

Fans were quick to comment on the news of the invasion of pests at Ravenseat.

One fan wrote: "You obviously need a cat to help with the rodents!"

Another wrote: "A little bag of moth balls hanging in the loft has stopped our mouse problem. Apparently, they hate the smell.

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A third commented: "You need a cat."

Fans also commented on the food in her pantry, one fan said: "Great to see you have a good supply of Yorkshire Tea."

Amanda recently paid a heartwarming tribute to her daughter Nancy for bringing "brightness" after a difficult year with renovations and being newly-single.


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