KELVIN Fletcher was forced to pin down a ram and grab its ‘package’ in the soap star’s new farm show.
Viewers watched the eye-watering scenes as Kelvin, 38, got to grips with the task at hand on Monday night’s episode.
The father-of-two can currently be seen tackling farmyard life on BBC’s Kelvin’s Big Farming Adventure, after moving with his wife Liz Marsland and two kids to a farm in the Peak District.
This week he was tasked by his neighbours to check on the health of their flock of sheep, as the couple were trying to sell the wool from the animals.
Explaining that he had to feel the sheep’s udders, Kelvin shouted out as he attempted the task: “I don’t even know where I’m feeling!”
His neighbour Jill asked: “Does it feel like a normal udder?”
To which Kelvin replied: “That’s the first udder I’ve ever felt, but it feels nice, yeah!”
Next up it was Daniel the ram’s turn, but there was a chase involved as Fletcher tried to get his hands on the animal’s testicles.
Die meeste gelees in die werklikheid
Finally grabbing on to the ram, Kelvin carried out the check up and declared: “Nah they’re good, hulle,” as Jill burst out laughing.
He added cheekily: “Nice little package, that.”
The former Emmerdale actor moved from Oldham to the farm on the edge of the Peak District National Park in 2020.
Kelvin and Liz, a fellow actor, have two children together, Marnie aged five and three year old Milo – met twins on the way.
Their 120-acre farm has an 18th-Century cottage, outbuildings, 20 sheep, three pigs and three alpacas.
Announcing the show, Kelvin told his Instagram followers: “So happy to finally announce this!” he told fans earlier this month on Instagram.
“If you’ve been sat there wondering what these random farming and outdoor pictures are all about well now you know!
“We have literally jumped in at the deep end and bought a farm!
“A reluctant Wife, 2 crazy kids and a Husband with knowledge of farming you could write on the back of a stamp! What could possibly go wrong?!”