We are heading to Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley with Halen and the gang once more on with the latest series of Springtime on the Farm returning to our screens.
Helen Skelton will be joined by Adam Henson and the Nicholson brothers to celebrate springtime on the farm when things are at their busiest.
Join the gang on Channel 5 for a two-week extravaganza which is set to feature Royal visits, famous faces helping out at the farm, and exciting new missions which aim to give back to the nation’s farmers and that kept us fed during the pandemic!
The series celebrates the UK’s farmers during spring as they rush to bring new life into the world. Our cameras are poised to capture the drama and excitement as farms across the UK cope with the millions of expected births.
Cameras will capture the moment new life is brought to life at the Yorkshire farm and across the UK. The first episode sees Helend and Jules Hudson at Cannon Hall Farm – while Adam Henson is over in the Cotswolds delivering hundreds of lambs.
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Rob and Dave Nicholson use old farmers’ tricks to save a rejected lamb and are given an exclusive tour of Princess Anne’s farm in Gloucestershire lending a helping hand with her rare breeds.
JB Gill is set to head down to Buckinghamshire and muck in with some fellow farmers learning how a farmer is overcoming disability to continue work he loves.
And we meet the monks with a farm within the grounds of the Benedictine Monastery on the Isle of White to see what the spring season holds for them.
Springtime On The Farm returns tonight 11th April on Channel 5 at 8pm.
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