Jeremy Clarkson left 'pained and sleepless' by 'gut-wrenching' loss at Diddly Squat farm | The Sun

Jeremy Clarkson left 'pained and sleepless' by 'gut-wrenching' loss at Diddly Squat farm | The Sun

April 7, 2023

JEREMY Clarkson has been left 'pained and sleepless' by a 'gut-wrenching' loss at his Diddly Squat farm.

Sun columnist Jeremy, 62, is a farmer when he's away from the limelight and not talking about motors.

He's the proud owner of his farm that's located in Cotswolds.

The former Top Gear host's Amazon Prime series Clarkson's Farm has documented his farming journey since he started in 2021 with no prior experience.

Viewers previously saw how Jezza struggled when the time came to sending sheep to the slaughterhouse.

However, he's now opened up about the difficulty in the task and revealed his 'gut-wrenching' decision to send seven of his pigs away.

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"I can never sleep properly the night before they go, and all the way to the slaughterhouse I have what feels like a hot cricket ball in the pit of my stomach," he said in his latest column for The Times.

He continued: "And when it's finally time to say goodbye, I always become a little unmanly."

He added how he was "trying to be a farmer and that this is what farmers do".

But Jeremy looked at the end result of the process and said: "I know I will enjoy the bacon and ham and pork chops that result."

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Series two of Clarkson's Farm series launched in February.

Meanwhile, school-run parents are backing Jeremy Clarkson’s plans for a farm shop car park — to stop tourists putting children at risk.

The Who Wants to Be A Millionaire presenter wants to turn a field into temporary parking for 70 cars.

Councillors refused his previous proposal saying it would have been visually intrusive.

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