Here’s How Much Clive & Amanda Owen Reportedly Earns From ‘Our Yorkshire Farm’

Here’s How Much Clive & Amanda Owen Reportedly Earns From ‘Our Yorkshire Farm’

Amanda Owen has come a long way from her Huddersfield roots, successfully moulding herself into a household name – particularly here in Yorkshire. Stealing the hearts of the region with her family’s Channel 5 show, Our Yorkshire Farm, the social media and TV star – also known by the name The Yorkshire Shepherdess – can do no wrong in our eyes. But how is it that she makes her dollar?

Rising to fame with her frequent Twitter videos that documented life on the farm, Amanda Owen has been savvy when it comes to her career, not only making a living on Ravenseat Farm, but by other creative means, too.

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Running all of her business operations under The Yorkshire Shepherdess Ltd, Amanda has branched out in several different fields – including publishing, her work on social media, and even touring the country with a string of live shows.

How much do Amanda and Clive Owen get paid?

Sharing accounts with Companies House, the businesses earnings show that the beloved Yorkshirewoman brings in around £250,000 a year, with advertising deals, book publishing, tourism at Ravenseat and her work with Channel 5 bringing home the bacon.

Fans of the Shepherdess will know that Amanda, who has over half a million social media followers, occasionally works with selected brands, including the likes of Morrisons and Crave Pet Food. The Shepherdess also makes regular appearances on popular daytime TV shows including BBC Breakfast, This Morning and Steph’s Packed Lunch.

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Since 2015, Amanda has penned five books, with her latest – Celebrating the Seasons – now available to purchase.

In addition to Amanda’s numerous streams of income, the family enjoys revenue from tourism, with both a Shepherd’s Hut and a holiday rental open for guests to enjoy. In the summer, the Owen family also overs Cream Tea for ramblers to enjoy on the farm, where many have previously managed to meet Our Yorkshire Farm icon, Tony the Pony.

Series six is set to return to Channel 5 sometime this year, but we are sat waiting for a release date like the rest of Yorkshire.

[Featured image: Channel 5]

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