It’s been a long time coming, Clarkson’s Farm series two, and we can’t wait to get back on Diddly Squat Farm in the Cotswold’s with Kaleb, Lisa and the rest of the gang.
The Top Gear presenter hinted that viewers and in for a treat when it hits the screens once more when he was speaking to the newspaper at the launch of his most recent beer Hawkstone Session.
Speaking to the newspaper about how things can get tense on the farm he said: “There’s a programme in the new series, programme four, which is really tetchy.”
He said they argue about ‘everything’ during a working day saying: “It’s just hard work – when you’re cold and you’re outside all day long, and you’re freezing cold, and your muscles ache – you’re tired out.
“And it’s like that every day on the farm… 6am until 11pm is farming, seven days a week.”
He even hinted to the Express that he and Kaleb had argued earlier that morning:
It didn’t stop there, as Jeremy revealed he and his farming contractor Kaleb, 24, had also argued earlier that morning: “Kaleb, actually, I was so cross with him, I was on my tractor, doing farming, well it was topping, he came by and went, ‘you’re just gardening!’
“And I was like, ‘what?!.. I’ve got dirty fingernails, so that shows I’ve done a morning’s work.”
Having worked on a farm in a variety of capacities I can vouch for how emotions get the best of you – especially when you’re tired and another co-worker makes a comment like that.
But that’s all part of the fun. Farms are hard work and there is always something that needs doing and more often that not it needed doing yesterday so you’re always chasing your tale.
But that type of work bonds you and it’s clear to see the bond between Kaleb and Clarkson though the first series, which is what gave the show its charm.
We for one cannot wait for the second series of Clarkson’s Farm and will be rewatching the first series on Amazon Prime Video in anticipation.