Jeremy Clarkson confirms Clarkson's Farm will return in February

Jeremy Clarkson confirms season two of his show Clarkson’s Farm will return in February as he shares premiere date in hilarious post

The date for the next season of Clarkson’s Farm has been announced in a hilarious post shared on Wednesday.

Jeremy Clarkson’s documentary series about his attempts to run a 1,000-acre farm in the Cotswolds will return for season two on February 10.

The TV presenter shared a post on Instagram of several photos which gave fans a clue as to when the new series would air.

Announcement: The date for the next season of Clarkson’s Farm has been announced in a hilarious post shared on Wednesday

The first picture of Jeremy and farm worker Kaleb Cooper who appears on the show read: ‘Clarkson’s Farm fans! We’ve got a surprise for ewe. 

The next snap said: ‘Jeremy has lost 10 acres of crops in his first year of farming,’ with the number 10 written in bold.

The next said :’Kaleb gets his hair cut in February,’ followed by: ‘It can take 2023 hours for a potato to grow.’

The next snap, referring to land agent Charlie Ireland said: ‘Charlie’s favourite season is spring.’

Post: Jeremy Clarkson’s documentary series about his attempts to run a 1,000-acre farm in the Cotswolds will return for season two on February 10

The last photo, of a group of sheep read: ‘Jeremy had two painful sheep encounters in Season one.’ 

Kaleb commented on Jeremy’s post and wrote: ‘Roll on 10th of feb’.

The announcement comes after Kaleb recently said that Jeremy had no farming experience ahead of opening Diddly Squat farm and hasn’t yet got better at the job.

The 24-year-old, who has worked in the industry since he was a schoolboy, appeared on This Morning today where he said Clarkson has ‘very little knowledge and that is very dangerous’. 

The young farmer went on to say he has been farming since the age of 13, so this is not a job for him but a ‘way of life’.

Clues: The TV presenter shared a post on Instagram of several photos which gave fans a clue as to when the new series would air

An enforcement notice by West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC), published on August 11, told the presenter he had six weeks to make a number of changes to the Chadlington site, which features in his hit Amazon Prime series, Clarkson’s Farm.

This included ceasing use of any part of the land as a restaurant or cafe, and the general ‘sale or provision of food or drinks to members of the public for consumption on the land’.

The local authority also said the former Top Gear host should remove all portable toilets and all tables that would be used by diners, as well as ‘landscaping materials’.

It described an ‘unlawful’ use of the farm and said its ‘nature, scale and siting is unsustainable and incompatible with its countryside location within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.

One of the clues said: ‘It can take 2023 hours for a potato to grow’ 

Show: The next snap, referring to land agent Charlie Ireland said: ‘Charlie’s favourite season is spring’

Furthermore, the town hall has banned the sale of products, except those that are made on the farm, those made within a 16-mile radius of it, or others that the council has allowed.

Jeremy’s restaurant had only just opened earlier this summer after months of wrangling, claiming a ‘delightful little loophole’ had allowed him to circumvent traditional planning laws.

The star had previously blasted locals who ‘wear red trousers’ for objecting the lofty development plans for his successful Diddly Squat enterprise.

Agents working on behalf of Jeremy and the farm have denied any breach of planning laws and are appealing the order, describing the council’s demands as ‘excessive’ in documents sent last month.

The council hit back with a strongly-worded statement, slamming the presenter for not following its orders.

Return: The last photo, of a group of sheep read: ‘Jeremy had two painful sheep encounters in Season one’

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