This Morning: Adam Henson admits to 'emotions' in farming

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Adam Henson has shared a cute picture to his social media accounts, letting fans know that he will soon have an adorable new arrival on his farm, if all goes well. The farmer looked over the moon as he posed alongside his four-legged pal.

Lexy our Suffolk Punch horse is due to have her foal on the 15th May!

Gloucestershire born Adam, 55, who boasts 32,400 followers on the picture-sharing site, Instagram, stood alongside his horse, Lexy, as he revealed some exciting news to those who follow him.

Standing in a sprawling field, with his arm around Lexy, Adam smiled from ear-to-ear as he oozed happiness, announcing that Lexy is due to have a foal in May.

He captioned the post: “Some fantastic news… Lexy our Suffolk Punch horse is due to have her foal on the 15th May!”

The dad-of-two went on to note that while Lexy is expanding her family, her offspring will be particularly rare: “There are less than 500 purebred Suffolk horses registered in the UK now, making them more endangered than the Giant Panda, so Lexy’s foal will really help the breed.

“Fingers crossed all goes to plan, I will keep you updated.”

Adam’s post which has been liked thousands of times by his fans was soon flooded with gushing messages, with one follower penning: “Hope all goes well, keep up the good work.”

While a second went on to say: “Oh wow I was only talking about this two days ago. This is just awesome news as she’s struggled hasn’t she.”

“Great news, well done Lexy. Hoping all goes to plan,” said a third.

Before a fourth commented: “Wonderful news Adam, Lexy is beautiful and I’m sure her foal will be too.”

Another quipped: “Exciting. Wishing her a safe delivery of her new foal.”

Adam recently opened up to after his Countryfile co-star, Ellie Harrison, was seen in floods of tears during an “emotional” lambing season.

He said: “She did get quite emotional, as the pressure was on her to make sure it stayed alive while I was lambing the second one. 

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“As a farmer, although I have seen thousands of lambs born, that doesn’t come without emotion.

“Though I feel the pressure and tension, as well. It kind of showed her and the viewer what farmers go through all day and all night when you’re lambing, you know.”

In the scene that was broadcast across the BBC, the baby animal looked as though it was breathing at first, with it being a touch and go moment.

Ellie was later seen trembling as she attempted to hold back her tears.

With every second counting, Adam attempted to revive the lamb and after managing to turn the ewe around, the lamb soon started to breathe.

After witnessing the emotional scenes, Ellie told Adam: “Oh my god, I feel really choked by that. It was just so stressful.

“The thought that she would nearly make it then almost not.”

She added: “Oh my gosh. Oh my goodness. I can’t believe you managed to do that. Oh, my word. What a relief, what a relief.

“I’m not sure I was [any help] sobbing in the corner! That was so stressful. I’m laughing now but I was crying a second ago.”

The dramatic episode which aired on March 14, initially showcased a calm birth before Adam was soon forced to call upon Ellie after he noticed a lamb had become stuck during the birthing process.

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