As Ralph said, all the main actors went to the “veterinary training camp.” “We are in close contact with horses, cows, sheep, everything, and have gone through some processes, such as finding abscesses. It’s daunting, but you want every detail to be correct; how the vet touches the animals, washes their hands or wears glasses on the neck. “
Shenton said that they all learned a lot about agriculture, and her role runs a dairy farm with her father. She said: “The days of that era were very difficult. People did not have hundreds of animals.” “If you get sick, it will have a huge impact.”
The Telegraph’s comment stated that the original series “become synonymous with veterinarians rolling up their sleeves and churning at the back of a surprised cow.” (The author points out, Thirsk’s James Elliott The James Herriot Museum has an interactive installation that allows visitors to “put their hands on the back of the cow.” A mixture of live animals and artificial limbs.
West said: “You have to work with animals that are good at pretending.” “It’s amazing.”
Van Stone said that although the first season mainly relied on Herriot’s first book, the recently put into use of the second season will combine the first two to expand the perspective of the role and the types of veterinary drugs on display. He said that these books include many stories about cows. “I tried to expand the scope.”
The popularity of the series at all ages (Channel 5 reports a large portion of the 16-34-year-old population), and viewers believe that the show becomes the best place to watch family comfort in the face of national adversity.
Shenton said: “When we are all experiencing global difficulties, this exhibition’s focus on community, heart and family matters seems to resonate in particular.” Then there are aspects that have nothing to do with the community or living things, rather than the more infectious. Related aspects of the pandemic fun: the show’s enchanting Yorkshire hillsides and beautiful villages going back in time.
Shenton said: “In the past year, none of us can do much.” “But we spent some time in the beautiful Darobi.”