Surviving Winter On A Victorian Farm | Victorian Farm Full Series Part 1 | All Out History

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10 aylar önce

Can three modern historians survive a whole year working as if they were back in the 19th Century? In the first part of the Victorian farm, the team has to face the harsh realities of winter, as they prepare the farm house for their year-long stay.
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Keith 7 aylar önce
I agree with Ruth. I'm much more interested in the day to day life of people in the past than I am in major historical events like battles and treaties and the like.
Trinity 3
Trinity 3 7 aylar önce
23515 - that lamb is HUGE ! YES, I agree w you!
Angelo Alexander
Angelo Alexander 7 aylar önce
So true, it really helps one understand so much more about the people who lived in that time. This series has been fantastic.
Genera 7 aylar önce
Yes! I know so many facts about people's lives throughout history, but I struggle to remember dates of big events. I remember they happened, but I really care more what the people experienced.
Madi Jo
Madi Jo 6 aylar önce
I love learning about all the cool old mechanical inventions people used to do everyday things. So many of those processes are so invisible to us today!
LaFlacs 5 aylar önce
I am interested in it all as a understand one aspect you must understand it all as a whole. It all had it's part.
Julia JS
Julia JS 8 aylar önce
A shoutout as well to the background team, the one that organises the experts, rustles up a fitting range, gets the coal onto the boat... there's a huge logistic organisation in the background that make this awesome show possible!
Meaghan Symes
Meaghan Symes 7 aylar önce
You are absolutely correct.
DimaRakesah 7 aylar önce
It's amazing to me how "women's work" in history is so often overlooked despite how crucial it was to keeping everyone clean and fed.
AK 47
AK 47 6 aylar önce
If no woman were around a men did the job. I want to go back to the olden days where a woman would be put in the stocks simply for talking back. I miss those days
Tadesan 6 aylar önce
It's overlooked by society, never by good people.
dekko 5 aylar önce
It's literally the most complex and tedious jobs that are always given to women. More people should be forced to watch shows like this lol
seven octobers
seven octobers 8 aylar önce
Ruth is such a joy to watch!!! I wish more academics and professors were like her!
Tina Gallagher
Tina Gallagher 7 aylar önce
If I had professors start the semester with "here's proof I lived this for a full year as they did" i wouldn't miss a class, pay attention and ask tons of questions.
socrlax 7 aylar önce
I've had too many professors who apparently find joy in tormenting their students. Or are clearly incompetent and undeserving of their position and title. It's very frustrating.
Infinitive 7 aylar önce
@Derek quite rude, aren't you?
CarCombat 4 aylar önce
@socrlax I've met that kind. They love blaming others but always ready to reap the rewards for themselves.
CarCombat 4 aylar önce
Me too! If only they were as pro-active as she is. She seems the exception rather than the rule. I'm talking from my life as a college student - personal experience, not data - so take it with a grain of salt.
msamour 7 aylar önce
Amazing how every series with Ruth and the two guys (sorry their names escape me right now) are among the best documentary series made. It's a shame they haven't produced anymore recently.
June Byrne
June Byrne 5 aylar önce
I agree😊.
Bjavonlady 4 aylar önce
Oh I agree i just found this and I'm looking for any i can get with the 3
Bjavonlady 4 aylar önce
Please share if you know of ways to see all of theirs
Janet Turner
Janet Turner 4 aylar önce
Fantastic program !! Boy they had to work so very hard at everything that they do !! Am Blessed to be in this generation !!! Such an amazing program . Thank You !!!
Kitty Kat
Kitty Kat 2 aylar önce
not sure what happened to tom
Gianna 8 aylar önce
I really enjoy watching this, we often romanticize the past and how quaint and simple it was. After watching Ruth do laundry i became instantly grateful for my modern life.
Earl Nut
Earl Nut 8 aylar önce
My grandmother said that the washing machine did more to liberate women than the vote ever could have! She was quite funny about the innovations she saw take place during the 20th century. She really liked her wringer washing machine and thought the automatic machines were an incredible waste of soap and water.
Gianna 7 aylar önce
@Earl Nut I have to agree with the freedom aspect of beig able to plop your clothes in and go! How lazy i feel whe i cant be bothered to pulll the clothes from the dryer right away, my mom would stand there and pull out piece by piece letting it dry and roll as she carefully folded each item.
Mallikinney 6 aylar önce
I agree on how we romanticize a "simple" life. But a simple life rarely means an 'easy' life, we got to remember that.
Teresa Higgs
Teresa Higgs 6 aylar önce
But there are an increasing number of people who are turning their backs on the modern life, the city life and going back to our ancestors ways of doing things as much as possible, raising their own x food, veggies, herbs raising food animals, sheep for wool for clothing, digging a well…. Using solar power or hydro electrical power for the electricity needed….. I’ve heard it called off grid or homesteaders .
Joy 6 aylar önce
@Gianna I put my clothes in a plastic bend then put in the bathroom tub then add water and laundry detergent I wait for an hour then I take my clothes out squeeze it and lay it out to dry. 🙂
Olga Bukała
Olga Bukała 2 aylar önce
I'm sick in bed and this is such a nice, relaxing and funny documentary to watch, buried under blankets. No aggressive music, balanced narration and easy flow. I've already watched them tackle the Tudor period and once I'm finished with this one, on to the Edwardian one. Definitely recommend.
lena viitanen
lena viitanen Aylar önce
| am sick in bed as well, I will definately going to watch those after this! Thank you for the recommandation :D
Jeepster Gal
Jeepster Gal 15 gün önce
My turn to be sick, and watch The Farm series. Hope everyone is feeling better!
Olga Bukała
Olga Bukała 15 gün önce
@Jeepster Gal I hope you will feel better soon. All the best
Celisar1 8 aylar önce
It baffles me that there are so many people still specializing in any old craft or others who keep alive the knowledge reg. old methods and breeds. Wonderful to find so many who cherish their history and traditions!
Delphia Villars
Delphia Villars 4 aylar önce
I love these kind thank you for posting this .God bless you to be able to to do this.
trainrover 3 gün önce
growing up, my mom eventually as a guilder(?) around Wessex over there found it harder and harder to practice her craft (her, e.g., spinning wheel broke? she'd had to score herself a blacksmith who still plied the trade as during William-Shakespeare times..etc., etc.), such that now long resettled on Corporateria's Isle of Montreal it has become interesting to see how *!wholesomely!* a forge down in the Old Port here has been fondly kindled -- the spiritedness revealed by the promos is what happens to be ringing bells by harking back to cozily tempered living 🍸 however, these actors -- more like _marionettes_ -- literally make me puke :brrrRrr: I helped mom with laundry or carding or dad with pottery or lace; we had no TV, no phone, no fridge, etc., etc.; and so this CORPORATEERED gushiness is wretching as far as reconciling alongside my FOND memories could ever go . . . :pfFt:
trainrover 3 gün önce
oof! I immediately broke into tears after this (patient) spinner had rummaged around her fleece samples for the 2nd time to pluck some wool from for me to sniff, because it smelled just like the untreated fleeces that got individually shipped to our cottage over there: I'm still tucked that sample she gave me for safekeeping 🍸
gabe 25
gabe 25 4 aylar önce
Wouldn’t it be cool if people could pay to have an experience like this, where you could live for a week or two like these people did? I bet it would be booked year round. What a great family reunion place. I went to a rural folk-camp years ago where you could take classes in blacksmithing, looming, home remedies, etc. and loved it.
B 3 aylar önce
Schrute Farm welcomes all
Kiki 2 aylar önce
It woudl be cool
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 2 aylar önce
a week? I want to experience a full season if not more like this, would be amazing. Learn everything most modern people don't know about.
fishing4squirrel83 2 aylar önce
It would be AMAZING
Debbie Lee
Debbie Lee 2 aylar önce
Oh wow! What a great idea! Sign me up!👍🏻
Lallie Hayes
Lallie Hayes 7 aylar önce
It's amazing that artisans are still available who retain the Victorian skills.
theCosmicQueen 17 gün önce
they do it on purpose. historical interest. they have a LOT of old historic houses there and someone has to tend the antique stuff as well. they do get paid.
OopsyDaisy 8 aylar önce
The sheep man is really so enthusiastic about his flock it’s sweet.AND Frederick is so happy.
Michael Webster
Michael Webster 7 aylar önce
I dont doubt that he was anticipating the ram's first introduction to the ewes as much or more than the ram itself. The pride in his voice as the ram struts to the herd is intoxicating.
theCosmicQueen 17 gün önce
@Michael Webster you're projecting, man.🤣🤣🤣
Michael Webster
Michael Webster 17 gün önce
@theCosmicQueen In what way?
karimonster 5 aylar önce
As a homesteader, I'm really enjoying this because so much of what we still do today hearkens back. Canning fruits, painting the ram, pulling lambs, making stock and dinner from leftovers and hunted game. I love it, I love it!
holly 2 aylar önce
im so jealous how can i be you?
karimonster 2 aylar önce
@holly I started 30 years ago planting vegetables in the landscaping around my parents pool in the backyard :) Its a whole life-long journey and you can choose just exactly how self-sufficient you want to be and take either one or two giant steps to get there or a million tiny steps along the way!
Danny Mac
Danny Mac 3 aylar önce
That was actually very interesting to watch, I honestly didn't expect to sit through the whole thing considering it was over 2 hours long. Very true about never giving a second thought now a days about the basic, day to day life of people from back in the day. If for some reason all knowledge and technology was lost and we had to go back to living like this I am fairly certain we would end up on the brink of extinction. Every new generation knows less and less what it is to have to do hard, back breaking work while at the same time becoming less and less capable of being able to take care of themselves without modern day conveniences.
Cheri Richardson
Cheri Richardson 8 aylar önce
From USA- I thoroughly enjoyed this episode and many of the others. Fascinating learning what it took to successfully run a farm and live daily without modern conveniences. Although it was hard work it made the times of celebration and rest more the sweeter.
Violent 8 aylar önce
If you like this one, go find the channel "Absolute History". Its where this video is originally from, and they have WAY more.
3Girliez 8 aylar önce
I am from the US too. I agree with Violent on Absolute History.
Britta Wrolson
Britta Wrolson 9 aylar önce
Fascinating project. The participants were engaging and were well trained by informed historians. This made this series brilliant. I must say that Victorian farmers had to be incredibly fit! Not an easy life even on a fabulous farm like this one!
Rachel Holdt
Rachel Holdt 9 aylar önce
The participants themselves are historians that are part of the research. It means they already know quite a bit about what was done before they go in, and then are able to really recreate the experience. It's really interesting to watch!
E 8 aylar önce
The woman is a historian. The two gentlemen are both archeologists.
Spicy Lagato
Spicy Lagato 8 aylar önce
They do one about the Tudor era too. It's really great.
TheShauNanigans 8 aylar önce
@Spicy Lagato Is it with the same people? They surely didn't actually spend an entire year on these farms. That's a lot of time out of someone's life to dedicate to something like this and being apart from their friends and family and all of that.
Tina Gallagher
Tina Gallagher 7 aylar önce
@Spicy Lagato And the Edwardian era and the WWII era-ALL very informative. Lots of info on how to survive lean times.
Dennis Bergmann
Dennis Bergmann 7 aylar önce
What a treasure to see that you folks have volunteered to have a go at that lifestyle. I know it is extremely difficult especially when we are used to a very much different lifestyle. I’m thankful for all the assistance of personnel and machinery you have received in order to learn how to live as they did back then. Great work and great attitudes you have shown us. Thank you!
widowed Timmi
widowed Timmi 7 aylar önce
simplicity at is best.i could live like this.,but old 11B's appreciate any creature comfort.
Sarah Duropan
Sarah Duropan 2 aylar önce
Could you imagine having property run through your family for almost 770 years? What's cooler is they probably have heirlooms from their ancestors going that far back. What a unique opportunity to get to know them, just a little. I don't know anything about my family that came before my grandparents.
Christine Tracy
Christine Tracy 3 aylar önce
I never want these videos to end! So interesting and enjoyable. Thanks for all your hard work ❤
Greg Edwards
Greg Edwards 7 aylar önce
I'm envious of this group, they've experienced living history far better than I ever could have,wonderful!
David D
David D 8 aylar önce
This was so much fun to watch! I truly enjoyed how much I learned about how people went about their days in the victorian era! 😊😊
OneStarAbove 8 aylar önce
What a great show! These three have made several different series together.
LaFlacs 7 aylar önce
Ruth is so amazingly dedicated! I love her!! She is just amazing!
Tracey Yerxa
Tracey Yerxa 4 aylar önce
Ruth is so enthusiast!!
Bill23799 5 aylar önce
Thank you for this very interesting series. Me and my sister and mom grew up in New Rochelle, NY. in the 1960's. Our Italian immigrant grandfather owned a small apartment building that was built in early 1900. It had five apartments with three rooms each. I think they used to call these cold water flats because each apartment had a coal burning stove originally. I remember our walls were not even like they were in my friends homes. Grandpa told me they used to make their own walls. They tacked up these thin wooden slats to the wall beams and a very skilled man called a Plasterer would use those same hand tools to put the mixed plaster up on the walls. I always wondered how he did the ceiling, haha.
Uncle Ray Reads
Uncle Ray Reads Aylar önce
This was one of the few EXCEPTIONAL documentary series I deeply enjoyed! Pity there isn't more of these. Any suggestions out there?
Victoria Von Heals
Victoria Von Heals 3 aylar önce
I can't tell you just how much I enjoyed watching this. Thank you.❤️
L S 3 aylar önce
Ruth is just so smart and so great to watch, she's such a good storyteller too
Kath arina
Kath arina 7 aylar önce
If you compare this ploughing with the ploughing using a wooden plough in the valley series around 1620, 260 years earlier, it's incredible how much faster and easier this is. I assume they did at least 5 times as much with less effort using this metal plough compared to the wooden one.
Randy Shamblin
Randy Shamblin 3 aylar önce
as a farm boy raised out n the sticks, I want to point out that when cows' calf it is almost always on the worst and most stormy nights that can be imagined. and will go into deep underbrush so when you know the time is close for birthing pin them up or keep them in an area where they can't go hide their newborn.
Spright Rose
Spright Rose 2 aylar önce
You should do this yearly! Do this every year with new people as a victorian skills building mega course! What a public service this is!
Natasha Williams
Natasha Williams 6 gün önce
What a fantastic series! Absolutely love this era.
lotus lotus
lotus lotus 2 aylar önce
I can’t stop watching this beautiful and amazing video.This is educational it should be played in the classroom of new generation students to understand how life wasn’t easy for people. This documentary was made by very talented people who are passionate about their work
Sunny Marie Carlberg
Sunny Marie Carlberg 8 aylar önce
This is an amazing video. I loved it. I grew up rather like this and I would go back to it in a moment. It’s a hard life, but it is 100% worth it. I couldn’t get enough. Easily binge worthy.
Faith Rada
Faith Rada 8 aylar önce
As challenging as running a farm clearly was... still, back in the day... it still would have rated far better than living in the unbelievable filth and squaller of large city life.
Sam 8 aylar önce
Same is true today!!!!!
William Wilson
William Wilson 8 aylar önce
Squaller? Think you wanted squalor.
Vermont Native
Vermont Native 8 aylar önce
My mother said they really didn’t feel much of the Depression because they lived in the country.
Raevyn Wolford
Raevyn Wolford 7 aylar önce
@William Wilson congrats
Michael F.
Michael F. 7 aylar önce
@Vermont Native old hank Williams song lyrics lmao, but yes ofcourse the poor folks in the country who didn't buy or sell anything could've went the whole depression without knowing.
Candy Smith
Candy Smith 8 aylar önce
After watching how labor intensive life was back then, I certainly feel like a lazy bum.
Pam Wineinger
Pam Wineinger 7 aylar önce
I was thinking the same thing! Lol.
Fyr3 St0rm
Fyr3 St0rm 7 aylar önce
I think we're lucky to live in a world where a lot of this tedious labor can be automated by large machines. What I really think I feel is how satisfying doing something so difficult must feel and how that's probably lost in today's age.
PFR 7 aylar önce
Ironically right here in America there’s still plenty of farms and ranches that have to do most of these things daily. I know because I’m one of them😂
PFR 7 aylar önce
@Fyr3 St0rm it’s not luck at all the way people are now is deluded lazy and without skills and talent. The literal definition of dependent and consumer.
Dontgetgaslighted Dontgetgaslighted
Dontgetgaslighted Dontgetgaslighted 7 aylar önce
Ain’t that the truth!
Neon Flonk
Neon Flonk 2 aylar önce
I've heard the stories from 3 out of 4 of my grandparents about their parents being sharecroppers in the Victorian era, but in the USA. The fourth grandparent's family was on the reservation. There is so much here that my grandparents continued doing in the 20th century, also. I learned to cook on a wood-burner, learned to sew on my great-great-grandmother's treadle Singer sewing machine, farm life stayed the same in its basics for many years. .
Ivan Kinsman
Ivan Kinsman 7 aylar önce
Watched Green Valley Farm set in teh 17th century and this looks equally as good. Fascinating seeing these recreations of rural farm life!
Kitty Kat
Kitty Kat 2 aylar önce
man them helping the ewe to give birth made me emotional, just the sheer amount of care for these creatures
Amy Gruninger
Amy Gruninger Aylar önce
this was excellent. well put together plus i feel like i have learnt so much. almost want to live like that myself
melanie fisher
melanie fisher 9 aylar önce
I thoroughly enjoyed watching this very engaging documentary! I was completely engrossed; so much so, I watched in its entirety from start to finish. Ha! I appreciate, despite the inconvenience of weather, soggy feet, or frozen hands; they kept true to the Victorian time period and managed to find ways to overcome and conquer such obstacles. Well done! I crave more. Another year perhaps?
Cook 9 aylar önce
I would love to see more of these series! I love this kind of stuff!
Doredam 8 aylar önce
@Cook They also have a Tudor farm and a Wartime farm series!
Doredam 8 aylar önce
@Cook They also made a documentary series about a castle that's being built in France, I think it was a 12 parter
77chance 7 aylar önce
@Doredam Thanks! Love these guys
Darilyn Krupp
Darilyn Krupp 2 aylar önce
I've loved watching these shows since they were first aired. Thanks for sharing them so I can enjoy them again. It's good to see history/previous times relived. It is much more valuable than only reading about it or looking at artifacts. There's a better sense of what it took to live/survive. It even puts historical events in perspective.
Jane 4 aylar önce
It may be tough but we really do need this revival of traditional work in a massive wave. Personally I feel like convenience has destroyed us
Melissa Smith
Melissa Smith 4 aylar önce
2 of these archeologists worked a medieval farm before this so this is a huge advancement for them. My home is about 150 year old and a lot of it is still original like the horse hair plaster and drafty windows and so on.
Cook 9 aylar önce
Looking on at that ground that is being turned over for a crop brings back so many memories! I can almost smell the fresh earth 🤗 Alex's laugh is so contagious! Love these three!
Bella 3 aylar önce
This was awesome!!! I would love to try my hand at living like this for a while!!!
Alice Cain
Alice Cain 5 aylar önce
This has been lovely. I've enjoyed the entire show - all aspects from the actual owners of the property to Ruth, Peter, and Alex living the lives of Victorians. Not at all easy I don't imagine. As hard as it was, it must have been shocking to suddenly have your job taken away by a machine! I do understand those wanting to wreck the "new" machinery as it was difficult at first to see it being a help. I find it so interesting that society didn't really grow until we could produce enough excess food to provide for it. Without the Industrial Revolution, the population would have never exploded. All very interesting to think about.
Mary Redd
Mary Redd 8 aylar önce
Well, I felt like I was living back then with them. They had it hard then, but also small things like a home baked pie gave them greater joy. I believe they were more grateful. Then I realize too that they didn't have to build a pig pen every day. Really enjoyed video. Thanks 😊
Chris Bolland
Chris Bolland 8 aylar önce
That's the thing. People of all times had great hardships in life, but their joys are greater in different areas too. A fulfilling life can be found in any time and situation, and I've found that physically hard work makes for a good life balance.
Mary Redd
Mary Redd 8 aylar önce
@Chris Bolland yes your right. And I believe they in many ways had it better. The family sat at the Supper table and spoke to and looked at each other. They played an instrument and sang on the front porch. They were interested in each other. But now they go into their own rooms with their cell phones. I feel technology is good for a lot of things but that the family has strayed apart. When I was a child we'd get real excited to go to the lake and fish a little. But Momma always made a large picnic. And somehow food taste better in the fresh air. Well I could go on and on. I have found the simple things are still the best things. But I am always drawn to these older time shows. I believe because they're more meaningful.
Vadalia 8 aylar önce
@Mary Redd Have any of those things gone away though? Just because not everyone does them doesn't mean you can't. Supper tables and instruments and picnic tables all still exist, after all.
Mary Redd
Mary Redd 8 aylar önce
@Vadalia yes, they still exist. That is why I collect antique crocks, antique butter crocks. Antique ice cream dippers. I could go on and on. And I use them. My mother didn't like everybody always sitting around the t.v. so she limited it. Of course as a kid I didn't like it. Now I see why. Now I liked this show. Shows that are heart felt scripts. Not shows just based on vanity. There is a bad agenda in some shows and good in others. There is good and bad almost everywhere because both exist. So everybody can choose for himself. So, I know what makes me feel good. And this type of programming I like.
Myroses79 7 aylar önce
@Mary Redd I agree with you. I was born in the late 70's and raised in the 80's and early 90's. Before cellular phones were in teens hands.I had a second phone line put in my bedroom from my parents for my 16th birthday. Which I thought was the coolest thing in the world. I have 3 children aged 27, 23, and 19. I also have 4 grandchildren, a 5 yr old boy, 2 yr old twin girls, and a 2 month old baby boy. I wish they has gotten to experience the same world I had. Without every moment of your life spent on social media platforms. It the worry that any mistake, no matter how small, could be posted for the world to see. The pure freedom of playing outside with their friends. I wish they got to see that people didn't always hate one another. They believe people have always been like this but that isn't true. It was a wonderful time to grow up in. Technology is wonderful and it has so many huge advantages. Especially in healthcare and science. Unfortunately, in some ways, it has caused people to forget how to properly interact and respect one another.
E 8 aylar önce
Granted, I am actually a 39-year-old adult woman -- HOWEVER -- I REALLLLLLY want to be Ruth Goodman when I grow up!!! LOL!!! What an amazing woman she is with an absolute wealth of knowledge! I would lovvvve to walk a day in her Victorian/Edwardian/midevil/Tudor period, etc. shoes. She is so passionate about period authenticity and it shows that she truly enjoys history... I think that in itself makes these documentaries all the more fascinating. ...I'm SUCH a huge history nerd 🤓 Don't judge me! LMAOOO!
Myroses79 7 aylar önce
I am 43 on the 11th, so in 2 days, and she is my new idol after watching this lol! So you are not alone, she is incredible! They all did a fantastic job playing the parts of Victorian farmers. I am from right outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and I found this fascinating. Ruth is incredibly knowledgeable, she really is a joy to watch.
E 7 aylar önce
@Myroses79 Happy Birthday!!!
Myroses79 7 aylar önce
Thank you! Just saw this notification for some reason. It was a great day! Thanks again ❤️
Tracey Yerxa
Tracey Yerxa 4 aylar önce
Love, love, love this series of videos by this group of folks. Wish they would make more.
Valerie Leonard
Valerie Leonard 4 aylar önce
I really enjoyed this, Thank you! I learned quite a bit. Would love an episode based more on the house work, cooking, parenting and bookkeeping?
elizabeth 10 aylar önce
What wonderful, hard-working people!♡♡♡ I appreciate the modern world.
Mary Patten
Mary Patten 4 aylar önce
Thank you. Very educational about how life really was way back when. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the year. God bless
Taylor Allen
Taylor Allen 2 aylar önce
Gotta wonder how many wild handyman skills these guys have picked up on over their time doing this series Fascinating to learn about
Heather 7 aylar önce
It would be amazing to participate in something like this. Love it! Great job & thank you.
Lisa Cooper
Lisa Cooper 2 aylar önce
I watched all episodes of 24 hours back in Victorian time, and now just subscribed here to your channel. This has been the best history shows anyone could have produced and put on utube. Truly a beautiful Era and always been fascinated with Victorian Era. Awesome video..hey from south Carolina.
Lona Stepp
Lona Stepp 6 aylar önce
this is so,so important to show how it really was in that time.they had to work really hard,oh what a healthy way 0f life it was,thank you all for all the hard work you all did to make this possible,for us just to sit back and watch,and learn.I truely loved all the shows you all made.
luthers teaching
luthers teaching 4 aylar önce
I really love watching these beautifully well done documentaries. I can’t get my work done with watching these multiple times. I do wonder about the beautiful metal cooking utensils that Ruth was using while making the chutney at 47.00. When were these cooking utensils available and the sharpe metal knives?
Lilia Alvarado
Lilia Alvarado 2 aylar önce
I think for some of these, it would be better for a 2 year, rather than a 1 year experience. That way on the 2nd year you could say what you learned from the previous year, and what you changed because you learned what works better.
Anthony’s unboxing videos
Anthony’s unboxing videos 2 aylar önce
I love your videos of the Victorian era it’s so fascinating please post more soon ❤❤❤❤
Plague Doctor
Plague Doctor 7 aylar önce
The detail is just phenomenal! Really feels like time travel
Common Sense
Common Sense 5 aylar önce
“Oh flippin’ heck” Could Ruth be any more adorable?☺️💜 She is also a total badass with mad skills but also, super cute!😁
Kitty666EmoGoth 8 aylar önce
Omg I just finished watching the medieval series....I had no idea they did different time periods! Yess!!
Abi 5 aylar önce
I absolutely adore Ruth and her clear passion and intelligence for the subject matter.
Abi 5 aylar önce
Total props to these people for doing this for multiple different year for different eras.
Susan Plunkett
Susan Plunkett Aylar önce
What a master ploughman he is! Glorious horses. I adored the man with the ram...what enthusiasm and knowledge!
Amber Davis
Amber Davis 3 aylar önce
Most people’s comfort shows are the office or friends, mine is the farm series with Ruth, Peter and Alex 😊
Mac Samoan
Mac Samoan 7 aylar önce
That was very educational & a treat to watch. They say that food tastes better the harder you have worked. I did find it odd that Mr. Acton chose to set his monogram stone above the pig sty, maybe he’s a bacon guy.
Bessie Mann
Bessie Mann 6 aylar önce
I love watching this I have learned a few things from this series They worked hard doing this
TheTjoconnor 6 aylar önce
This experiment was so cursed. Literally everything went wrong, but they stuck it out. Kudos to Ruth, Peter, and Alex
RPear 5 aylar önce
I can’t help but think how much more easily these people survived vs in the states. I’m in the Midwest,USA, and can’t imagine a winter that only lasts till March. What a luxury! Also, the abundance of food for humans & animals in weeds and hedgerows is far better then here. There’s less predator animals (sheep couldn’t easily be kept here at all), and at the same time period far less equipment in use locally. What resources ware here during settlement days was not well managed, leaving land that quickly lost nutrients & failed crops or lack of resources for clean water & building materials. People starved to death. History for my area is ugly. Honestly, the folks from this period had it very good in rural England. Hard yes. But i don’t see the struggle just to stay above starvation as was a common for the frontier, USA. Just far more ability to survive easier.
Gerry Thompson
Gerry Thompson 3 aylar önce
This was great. nothing better than farm life when everyone pitches in.
Man Of Action
Man Of Action 5 aylar önce
I wouldn't mind doing something like this. This looks pretty neat!
Danny Ruley
Danny Ruley 4 aylar önce
I have watched several of these Documentaries with Ruth and the Boys. I've enjoyed them all and the're very educational. Ruth's since of humor and laughter is wonderful. Thank you for the time and effort you guys do to share special moments in time! My respect to the crew who work along side capturing all these moments!
Jo 6 aylar önce
Awesome documentary, thoroughly enjoyed it, learned so much already, perhaps a book after the series for some everyday useable tips we can use today?
S 7 aylar önce
I love his passion for the health and confirmation of his ram and sheep. Bravo.
Tracy Redwine
Tracy Redwine 10 aylar önce
I thoroughly enjoyed this!!! Thank you for sharing
brians48now 7 aylar önce
Such a good job. Well done to everybody.
Nom De Plume🏴‍☠️
Nom De Plume🏴‍☠️ 2 aylar önce
My great gma would spend 12 hours picking cotton and shed take 4 30 min breaks a day to clean and prepare breakfast lunch and dinner all from scratch on their west tx farm. She was born in 1903 and died in 1997. She mowed her own lawn until the day she died. I use to look at her hands and imagine all the work shed done with them. She grew up in a family of all daughters on a 3,000 acre cattle ranch. Since there were no sons the daughters had to do the "mens" job as well as the womens jobs. She was one amazing woman. Her grandfather founded our hometown, made the lake, donated land for every city park and her 26th great gpa was King James II... her life and ancestry absolutely fascinates me.. well i suppose its my ancestry as well lol
PFR 7 aylar önce
I had such a blessed childhood getting to grow up doing so many of these things because that simply how the ranch was set up. The older horse run implements all of it even the old coal stoves my mom had one she used until the day she died.
L Webster
L Webster 6 gün önce
this whole season is on prime video and there are several other seasons! each installment of this series has a new name. the first is "secrets of the Castle" then I think..(ill probably mix some of the eras up im sorry) "tudor farm" "Victorian Farm" "Edwardian Farm" and "Wartime Farm" and honestly they are all amazing. watch them all i highly reccomend.
Fernando Vazquez
Fernando Vazquez 7 aylar önce
Here in Mexico in many regions is traditional to eat cow tongue every sunday as a dish called "barbacoa", it varies from region to region, is very delicious.
𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐩𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐠𝐢𝐫𝐥 (♞) 𝐚𝐢𝐫𝐰𝐚𝐫
𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐩𝐩𝐞𝐫𝐠𝐢𝐫𝐥 (♞) 𝐚𝐢𝐫𝐰𝐚𝐫 8 aylar önce
I had to watch all the way to the 2:38 mark to see how my dad made a split log fence post in the 1970's that lasted 50 years and that now falls upon my shoulders to replace. Unbelievable it lasted so long with no bug protection.. no creosote like the store bought ones he used and ran out of... through 50 years of rain, winter, sun, and scorching summers... with a mossy head of hair a top it. His "Book of the Farm" were what he picked up as a kid and what he learned from the "Foxfire" series of books. Sawed our own logs and we built a log cabin from what he learned from them... and a whole farm.. that outlasted him.
Deirdre Pasko
Deirdre Pasko 7 aylar önce
That sounds fascinating!
Max Rockatanksy
Max Rockatanksy 2 aylar önce
My Nan (English background here in Australia) still cooks 2 Plum Puddings every year with 5x 5 Pence coins in the them, same recipe her Mother had and her Mother's Mother started with, and now my female cousins have done it with her the last 5 years or so. As a bloke, I do enjoy watching what the Lads get up to; but it is also interesting watching what the Wife/ women workers would do to keep the workers fed & fueled for sometimes back breaking work. Always interesting watching this team
alaa hamza
alaa hamza 5 aylar önce
well done guys u take me back to 90th doing same things sadly all farming stuff gone with time .but am quite surprise in 1800 its more advanced for us in 90th :P we were still doing things with no machines . i really missed our country side farming in Lebanon
Judith Miguda
Judith Miguda 4 aylar önce
I love Ruth’s laughter, from deep down!
MH 7 aylar önce
I see this 1800's living every day where I live. The Amish do this primitive living for real it's their lives. They live great. I even use some of their ways in preservation and using a wood cooker and water heater.
Heath Savage
Heath Savage 7 aylar önce
Brilliant series. If I were they, I wouldn't want to return to modern life.
Jackie Parker
Jackie Parker 6 aylar önce
Speaking of that kitchen it's interesting that a crew didn't come in to refurbish it and have such an important room prepared for Ruth.
Floofy Purple Fluff
Floofy Purple Fluff 16 gün önce
For all that Ruth seems to know (I guess even academic-types don’t know everything!), I’m shocked she didn’t know to dip the turkey into hot water before plucking. Those feathers she was complaining about would have easily released. Also, I nearly collapsed with laughter when she was testing her fence-fixing skills against the escaping turkeys. Apparently, she’s unaware that wild turkeys roost in trees, therefore, popping over her little fence certainly wouldn’t be a bother, especially since turkeys are quite strong fliers over short distances.
King Pig
King Pig 15 gün önce
What Ruth did is known as dry plucking, and it was a common practice for plucking turkeys during that time period. She was still staying true to the time period.
Matt black
Matt black 7 aylar önce
I like how the sheep expert was desperately trying to avoid saying “look at his bloody great testicles” when describing his prize ram
Meaghan Symes
Meaghan Symes 7 aylar önce
"the consistency of porridge" , haha. Mr. Acton passed in 2020. RIP. So grateful to him for providing the farm for this series.
Sadie Kincaid
Sadie Kincaid 3 aylar önce
@Meaghan Symes he was in his 90s when he died and he was with his family when he passed. His two sons are now running the Acton estate. He was born there and died there and is buried in the Family Cemetery by his parents.
Judy McCoy
Judy McCoy 8 aylar önce
Now I know why Grandma always did laundry on Mondays. She did have an electric ringer/washer but no dryer and it was before wash and wear fabrics. We girls as preteens did the ironing. We have so much easier now but most of us have a full time job also. I work 60-70 hour weeks as a Registered Nurse so I am afraid my family would have had to wear clothes unironed and more than one day if possible.
Alien Agenda
Alien Agenda 4 aylar önce
Ruth is so natural. Love it. Great job mam. 👏
Betty Damn Boop
Betty Damn Boop 7 aylar önce
I would love to have this experience. Amazing video.
Katherine Kinnaird
Katherine Kinnaird 8 aylar önce
I'm new to the channel. This is fantastic! I look forward to watching all your videos. From Bakersfield California USA.
Guillermo Tissot
Guillermo Tissot 2 aylar önce
It's funny how the "gruesome" cows tongue is a very common dish in some places😂 Also, still a staple christmas food here!
Rambling Rosie
Rambling Rosie 7 aylar önce
I think the people who were part of the anti mechanical brigate, were called ludites. People who resisted the industrial revolution and caused damage to the machinery. Am I on the right track? Loving this program. I too am more interested in the day to day life of the people and their daily struggles. Thank you from Australia 🇦🇺
Judy Vaughn
Judy Vaughn 7 aylar önce
I am a new subscriber I love history and with the world being so crazy like it is I've been watching this video I don't know an hour or so cuz I have other things I have to do but I love it everything about it was wonderful I don't know if I'd have wanted to live back then they worked very hard those women we're very strong physically and mentally
Elli D
Elli D 2 aylar önce
Absolutely delighted to see this again I used to watch it on TVO.i love love 💕
Steel 3 aylar önce
Wasn't mushroom ketchup more common in the Victorian Era due to the tomatoe version requiring either canning or refrigeration to last more than a week or 2?
Hudson Frank
Hudson Frank 22 gün önce
My ancestors use to be farmers until about the mid 1900's and many of the materials look familiar. Farming was an honorable occupation back then.
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