Clarkson has opened up about potentially selling Diddly Squat, writing in his Sunday Times column: "I've tried farming conventionally and it didn't work.
"I've tried diversifying and that hasn't really worked either. And I've tried with sheep and pigs and cows and that has been a bit of a disaster as well.
“So I arrived at a crossroads and was not sure which way to turn," Clarkson mused before specifically addressing the idea of putting it on the market.
He wrote: "I could sell the farm...But I like having it and for very good reasons. There are no death duties on farmland, so my children like me having it too.
"This means I have to hang on to it, but what then? Do nothing? That would be heartbreaking," he admitted.
Clarkson's Farm fans will undoubtedly be hoping he keeps the farm given the success of the show and the household names it has made of the likes of Kaleb Cooper, Charlie Ireland, Gerald Cooper and so on.
But with Clarkson at his wits' end with it all, they may be set for a devastating update in the near-future if there isn't an uptick in fortunes for the former Top Gear star.