Clarkson's Farm: Jeremy Clarkson stars in Amazon Prime trailer
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Jeremy Clarkson runs a 1,000-acre working farm in Oxfordshire. In his latest column, the former Top Gear presenter detailed the chaos which has ensued following the success of his Amazon Prime series Clarkson’s Farm.
The 61-year-old described his frustration after unexpected visitors have been caught wandering his land.
The presenter has since shared his plans for future guests who turn up at his farm unannounced.
He started by saying that he is unsure that fans of his show have actually learned anything about agriculture from his farm series.
Jeremy then went on to explain that it’s not uncommon for him to find strangers taking selfies on his land.
He wrote: “People say they learned a lot about agriculture by watching my farming show on Amazon.
“But I’m not sure that’s entirely true.”
Jeremy added: “Every day, I go out and find people taking selfies on the bonnet of my tractor and wandering around in my wheat fields or playing hide and seek in the barley with their kids.”
The Grand Tour host joked he may use a crop spray-on visitors as he addressed plans for the second series of Clarkson’s Farm.
“If there’s a second series, I’ll have to do a piece on the chemicals I spray on to the crops and what they’ll do to human skin,” he added in his column to The Sun.
Jeremy’s comments come after the presenter recently admitted to feeling “genuinely amazed” over the response from fans to his new show, Clarkson’s Farm.
It comes as police have had to intervene at his farm in the Cotswolds after viewers rushed to the location to visit in their hundreds last month.
Jeremy’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop, where he sells his crops to the public, has been inundated with fans of the hit Amazon Prime show in recent weeks.
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Unfortunately, despite customers being welcome at the shop, fans also reportedly caused huge traffic jams by arriving in droves to the small Chipping Norton town where Clarkson’s farm is based.
Eager fans were also pictured queueing up to get into Diddly Squat Farm.
A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police has confirmed that they were called about the congestion on the roads over the weekend.
They said: “Officers received reports yesterday in relation to congestion on the roads.
“Officers attended the scene, but no crime had been committed.”
“Our neighbourhood team for the area is aware of the situation,” they added to Metro.co.uk.
Jeremy bought his farm in 2008, before getting to work on it in 2020 during the coronavirus lockdown.
He then opened the Diddly Squat Farm Shop in 2020, which sells local produce, and a small cafe and bar.
The presenter admitted he was overwhelmed by the response, as he tweeted: “I’m genuinely amazed at the response to Clarkson’s Farm.
“Thank you all so much for your kind words.”
A second series of Clarkson’s Farm has not yet been confirmed.
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