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Amanda Owen; Biography, Marriage, Books and Net worth

Amanda Owen is an English multi talented woman, she is a shepherdess, writer, author, and Photographer born in early 1975.

Amanda just like other high profile personalities who are known for some particular activity also gained recognition for her private life in the remote farm, Ravenseat, Swaledale in Yorkshire Dales with her husband, Clive Owen, and their nine children. Amanda Owen was

Career

She discovered her love for the great outdoors when she was a little kid. She spent most of her childhood reading James Harriot’s books and imagining how she can take care of farm animals.

Amanda Owen’s inspiration as a farmer came from a book on hill shepherd farming. After she finished reading the book, Amanda Owen decided to leave Huddersfield and followed her farming dream. She then settled down and worked as a contract shepherdess supported by sheepdogs.

Amanda Owen rose to fame through her Twitter account named “The Yorkshire Shepherdess. She also released books after she gained recognition on her Twitter page.

Marriage

Amanda Owen is married to Clive who is also a farmer. They first met in 1996 and got married in 2000. The couple is known for their farming show Our Yorkshire Farm which airs on Channel

The couple are blessed with nine children. Their names are Raven Owen, Annas Owen, Reuben Owen, Clemmy Owen Miles Owen, Violet Owen, and Eith Owen, Nancy Owen, and Sidney Owen.

Books

Amanda Owen after gaining much recognition on social media began to release books. Below is a list of Amanda Owen’s books.

  • The Yorkshire Shepherdess
  • A Year in the Life of the Yorkshire Shepherdess.
  • Tales From the Farm
  • Adventure of the Yorkshire Shepherdess.

Net Worth

Amanda Owen has an estimated net worth of £1 million which is about $1.5 million as of 2021. Amanda Owen’s farming businesses and books she sells contributed to her wealth.

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