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Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Pearse and Darragh’s take on lockdown life on the farm is big hit online

Two young Co Tyrone farmers have been taking social media by storm with their lockdown antics after videos posted on Instagram by their mum attracted 1.5 million views.

The O'Neill brothers, Pearse (5) and Darragh (4), were filmed at home and in and around their grandfather's Clonoe farm talking candidly and hilariously about the difference between a bull and a cow, how to properly mow a field, and the advantages of taking Hob Nobs on a tractor.

The boy's mum, social media consultant and businesswoman Caroline O'Neill (37), who lives in Clonoe with husband Gerard (40), the boys and seven-month-old baby daughter Tess, says she could not believe the reaction to the videos posted on her Instagram page @diggmama.