This Morning: Adam Henson admits to 'emotions' in farming
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Countryfile presenter Adam Henson, 55, has taken to Twitter and shared his delight at the arrival of twin lambs who are just one day old. The Cotswolds-based farmer posted a candid video in view of his 60,500 followers.
The BBC favourite also shared the big news on his Instagram account as the farming expert questioned fans about his new arrival.
Adam accompanied the post with a sweet video of the twin lambs on the farm.
He penned: “Twin lambs born yesterday. Any guesses on the breed?”
Fans flocked to comment on the post after the Countryfile presenter shared the exciting news.
One fan quizzed: “I’m going to go with Soay?” while another commented: “I don’t no (sic) the breed but they are so cute.”
A third person remarked: “Shetland! @AdamHenson you need some proper sheep!! #northcountrymule.”
While others gushed over the baby lambs, another added: “They’re the very cute kind.”
A fourth person penned: “Very rare breed indeed.”
Adam regularly shares updates of his farming life on social media about his animals.
More recently, the Countryfile presenter gave his fans a much-awaited update following the birth of a calf under “difficult” circumstances at the weekend.
Adam let his social media followers know that both the calf and mother are doing well.
He wrote: “Some of you may have seen on my Instagram stories that this White Park cow had a very difficult birth over the weekend.
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“I called Abbey Green Vets at around 2:30am, they were fantastic and managed to save the calf.”
He ended the post by saying: “Cow and calf are both doing really well and here they are today!”
Fans were also quick to take to Twitter to share their relief over the happy news with the farmer.
One wrote: “That’s great news Adam. I always like seeing your farm and it’s workings on Countryfile @BBCCountryfile”.(sic)
Another penned: “Wonderful outcome, must’ve been a huge relief!”
The BBC favourite recently expressed the “downside” of filming Countryfile when he revealed that he was spending a lot of time away from his family.
While speaking to Express.co.uk, Adam opened up about being away from his wife Charlotte Henson and their two children.
The Countryfile host said: “I film two days a week and that takes me away from the family and away from the farm. Farming is my proper job”.
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