OUR Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen was less than impressed as she screeched at her fleeing husband Clive – leaving camera crew stunned.
Feelings boiled over as the pair battled to load bales of hay onto a truck before the heavens opened.
Amanda, 46, and Clive, 67, squabbled as they disagreed over his plans to head back to the farm, while leaving his wife to pick up the remaining bundles – plus any that may fall off the truck.
Evaluating the situation, Clive said to Amanda: "We just start and see where we end up.
"The forecast is saying it’s going to rain later on today so, we hopefully will get it on and get it home and in the barn before the rain comes."
As they finished loading up the truck, the mum-of-nine could be seen clambering on top to make sure the bales were secure.
She explained: "We’ve got quite a long journey and we’ve got a great big steep hill to go up.
"We need to make sure it’s all strapped on."
Despite having a broad of nine children, only their youngest Nancy, four, was on hand to help.
Keen to get as much hay on as possible, Amanda asked Clive: "Are you going to put another on, or will that do?"
But Clive had other ideas and replied: "No, that’ll do. It’s strapped on, it's going to rain, grab the last few I’m heading for the hills."
An unimpressed Amanda said raising her voice: “Grab the last few?
"You mean you’re setting off in your nice warm cab and I’ve still got more straw to chuck.”
Walking away and adding salt to injury, Clive quipped: “If I drop any, pick ‘em up."
As Clive drove off back to the farm, Amanda admitted to the camera crew: "That has actually happened."
Amanda is mum to Raven, 20, Reuben, 17, Miles, 15, Edith, 12, Violet, 10, Sidney, nine, Annas, seven, Clemmie, five, and Nancy, four.
The shepherdess recently appeared on Channel 4's Steph's Packed Lunch and pointed out: "we don't like stereotypes", when the host complimented her on her "glamorous" appearance.
Steph McGovern, 38, commented: "Throughout it all you stay so glamorous.
"Which, always, I’m amazed about."
But quickly dismissing her compliment, Amanda revealed: "Look at my hands though Steph. Honestly, I’ve got iodine up my arm.
She went on to add: "Yes, we don’t like stereotypes – I think that’s the thing, you know.
"I mean yes, I’ve got a sheepdog, yes I’ve got a crook.
"Yes, I spend my time running around after sheep – but I can do other things too."
Emphasising her point, the animal lover went on: "I think that’s the name of the game – to be able to turn your hand to whatever comes your way."
Our Yorkshire Farm airs Tuesday at 9pm on Channel 5.
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