Jeremy Clarkson slams ‘Government interferers’ over ‘lack of freedom’ on farm
The Grand Tour star Jeremy Clarkson, 60, swapped cars for farming for his new solo Amazon show, which focuses on him getting to grips with his new life as a farmer on his Didley Squat Farm. Speaking to Express.co.uk, the presenter admitted taking on the project was out of his comfort zone, but has loved his new found hobby.
One thing he didn’t enjoy however was how many rules and regulations came with farming.
He revealed: “I honestly thought that farming was… you put seeds in the ground, weather happens and then you grow food.
“And then, you go on a skiing holiday and moan about how awful the weather has been and that’s just not true, none of that.
“It’s incredibly complicated, every single thing about farming is complicated and made more complicated by Government interferers.
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The latter added: “No matter how hards it can be, it’s also so rewarding. One bad thing can lead to two good things.”
The car enthusiast said he is looking forward to seeing people’s reaction to his farming.
He told DriveTribe: “I’m looking forward to people’s reaction to that because it’s like nothing I’ve done before.
“It’s genteel, it’s quiet, nobody falls over, nobody catches fire, nobody explodes.
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