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Jeremy Clarkson updates Clarkson’s Farm fans on season 2 as he runs into problem

Jeremy Clarkson is busy harvesting his crops as he prepares for season two of his farming show – but has already run into problems with the weather.

Clarkson’s Farm has been a huge hit with viewers who were thrilled when Amazon announced there would be a second series following Jeremy’s transition to farming life.

The former Top Gear presenter revealed he was still hard at work on Diddly Squat farm as he brought in the harvest.

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Fans of the show had been hoping to meet the TV star on a visit to his farm shop, asking him where he was on Twitter.

But he informed them he was too busy preparing that weekend on the farm.

He apologised saying: “Really sorry. Preparing for harvest this weekend.”

Today Jeremy updated fans on the weather at the farm – a big issue throughout season one as Jeremy struggled to get equipment out in the rain or saw his crops dying from none.

He posted a picture of rain clouds and a rainbow over his crops, sarcastically writing: “Thanks, God.”

It appears to be bad news for Jeremy’s harvest – and no doubt we will find out more in season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm which has been promised to return to Amazon.

One fan wrote: “After watching your last series..we all know how much you depend on the weather.. are you doing better than last year @jeremyclarkson1 @cooper_kaleb?”

“Did you finish harvesting before the rain?” another asked.

“Bit of rain good for the crops pal,” a third added.

And a fourth said: “Tools down tractors off gin in a big glass. If you know you know.”

In other news from the show, Jeremy has also turned his hand to writing and is publishing a new book delving further into life on the farm.

The book, titled ‘Diddly Squat – A Year on the Farm’ will be published by Penguin.

It is all about his struggles with red tape during his first year, going into more detail than the TV series.



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