The Yorkshire Shepherdess shares incredible video of truck battling to deliver farm supplies during Storm Dennis

The Yorkshire Shepherdess has filmed an animal feed truck battling through a flooded river to deliver supplies to her isolated Dales farm.

Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen at Ravenseat Farm

Whitsundale Beck, which runs through Amanda Owen and her husband Clive's sheep farm, Ravenseat, flooded over the weekend due to a combination of high rainfall during Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis and melting snow from the Swaledale hills.

Village buys its own flood defences after being 'sacrificed' to save TadcasterAmanda shared a video of a truck operated by Carlisle-based animal feed company Carrs Billington crossing the swollen river to deliver much-needed supplies to Ravenseat.

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When the beck is in flood, the only access to the remote farm is via a centuries-old packhorse bridge, which according to mother-of-nine Amanda has seen 'many storms'.

The Owen family have borne the brunt of the February storms up at Ravenseat.

A sheep trailer was washed downstream during Storm Ciara and was found beached around half a mile away during a flood that Amanda described as 'biblical'.

In between the two named storms last week, heavy snow fell.

Yet there was a more joyful moment when a calf was born during Storm Ciara - and named Ciara after the weather front.