Jeremy Clarkson hits out as UK suffers heavy rain and thunder ‘Imagine being a farmer’

While discussing the costs from Diddly Squat farm, it was revealed Jeremy had spent £14,000 on seeds, £34,000 on fertiliser and £20,000 on sprays – with a grand total spending of £68,601.

“And then there’s £68,457 of costs,” said Charlie.

He went on to inform Jeremy: “So you’ve made £144 profit from the arable farm.”

Responding to the shocking discovery, Jeremy said: “Fortunately, we have this subsidy, when that goes, what are farmers going to do?”

Clarkson’s Farm series one is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.


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