The financial woes of ITV’s Emmerdale couple Moira Barton and Cain Dingle have gotten out of hand. In upcoming scenes, Moira will have to make a decision that will be extremely difficult.
Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Moira Barton (Natalie J. Robb) from Emmerdale have conceded defeat due to their dire financial situation.
Recently, Moira informed Cain that they must sell their cherished Yorkshire Dales farm.
Thanks to Cain’s half-brother Caleb Milligan (Will Ash), their farming legacy is now history.
Due to Caleb’s interference with their equipment, their hamburgers were contaminated with metal.
This completely destroyed Moira’s credibility as a farmer, and her last client pulled out of the deal, putting an end to her business.
To ask businesswoman Kim Tate (Claire King) to purchase Butler’s Farm, Moira had no choice but to crawl to her.
She tried to play it off for Cain, telling him she didn’t want to burden their kids with stress, but she is obviously broken inside.
In yet-to-air scenes, Moira shocks Cain by telling him that they have sold their cattle and will no longer be farming.
How will the stalwart of Emmerdale respond to the major announcement? Could Moira’s decision lead to conflict between the two of them?
Will the couple argue and worry about their finances after selling the farm?
Will, who plays Caleb, recently spoke candidly with Express.co.uk about the plot and how his character contributed to the farm’s demise.
He explained: “[Caleb] gets on Moira and Cain’s nerves about the stud farm. I know that they are having some financial difficulties and may be considering selling that land, but they are not interested.
But I must have that [land] for the stud farm to succeed, so I wreck Moira’s enterprise.
“So I end up putting screws in their hamburgers because of the equipment they use to make hamburgers. Thus, their primary supplier, a significant investor and source of income, ends up quitting.
“[Caleb] completely wrecks them financially. They were already under some financial strain, but he wrecks them.”
He made fun of Caleb’s plan, saying, “But once he cleans Kim out, he’ll pay them back and fix their finances.
That’s his style of master plan, but when the land deal falls through, he gets himself into a pickle and botches the initial land sale.
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