Jeremy Clarkson issues cheeky warning to farm newbie as Lisa Hogan shares Diddly Squat hiccup

Jeremy Clarkson issues cheeky warning to farm newbie as Lisa Hogan shares Diddly Squat hiccup
Alex Davies

By Alex Davies

Published: 10/08/2023

- 12:41

Updated: 31/08/2023

- 15:39

The day to day operations at Diddly Squat don't appear to be running all too smoothly

Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy Clarkson and the rest of the Diddly Squat family are hard at work on the Grand Tour host's Chipping Norton farm.

Clarkson and co will return for a third season of Amazon's hit series Clarkson's Farm with filming still underway at his Oxfordshire base.

Now, Clarkson's partner Lisa Hogan has provided a peek behind the scenes of life at Diddly Squat - and proved things don't always go to plan.

In her latest video from the farm, Hogan joined Clarkson in his car as they tended to an issue in one of his fields.

Upon arrival, they bumped into Cooper and two newcomers to the farm who are yet to appear in the Amazon series.

It seems a pile-up of tractors and a combine harvester had caused a bit of a jam on Clarkson's field and he spoke with Cooper and the new helping hands about the scene in front of him.

Kaleb Cooper with Diddly Squat newcomer

Kaleb Cooper and the Diddly Squat newcomers spoke to Clarkson


It soon transpired that one of the newcomers was set to go in the combine harvester himself in order to help get Clarkson's crops out of the ground.

"We have a Diddly Squat traffic jam here," Hogan said as she scanned the camera across the field.

Soon after, the newbie was outlining his plans to Clarkson as he said: "Start at the back and work my way forward."

"Easy," Cooper chipped in before Clarkson shut down the young farmer: "It's not easy."

Cooper and the Diddly Squat newbie clearly knew one another as Cooper replied: "It's easy for him because he's been driving muck spreaders and everything."

However, nerves had clearly set in for Clarkson's newest recruit as he admitted: "You say that but now I'm like shaking, like f**king hell."

Spotting the chance to rib his employee, Clarkson warned: "If you spill any, I'm gonna come get medieval on your a**e."

After sharing a giggle, he advised: "But you need to be a pigeon where you have one eye looking backward and one eye looking where you're going."

"I can't believe you're giving advice now," Cooper weighed in as he teased his Clarkson's Farm co-star, prompting Clarkson to reply: "Well, I've done it twice."

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper tried to encourage the newbie


As the newcomer could be seen readying himself for the task at hand - once the traffic jam has subsided - Cooper reassured him: "You'll be fine."

Whether fans will be able to see these newcomers to the farm in action in season three remains to be seen.

However, one thing that is for sure is that Clarkson's Farm fans will be waiting a while until season three rolls around.

Clarkson confirmed earlier this summer that filming wouldn't halt on the farm until October as he responded to a fan's query on Instagram.

With the post-production process to ensue, fans will likely be waiting until 2024 for new episodes to arrive.

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