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Jeremy Clarkson uses his platform to champion British farmers - British Farming Awards 2021

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Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper have called on the British public to back British farming as they highlight the importance of the nation’s food producers.

Speaking exclusively to the British Farming Awards after receiving a special award for Flying the Flag for British Agriculture, farming’s most famous partnership praised the drive and integrity demonstrated by farmers across the industry.

Register your interest in next year's awards at www.britishfarmingawards.co.uk

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MBC
MBC Vor 2 Monate
Clarksons done more for farmers in one show than the government has done for 30 years.
Jeff Banks
Jeff Banks Vor 8 Tage
blair's multicultural eutopia (mass uncontrolled immigration) and the marxist european dictatorship has done far more damage to this nation than any tory policy ever thought of
Jeff Banks
Jeff Banks Vor 8 Tage
@True Tothegame JC voted to remain
Eve Oakley
Eve Oakley Vor 13 Tage
@True Tothegame give ya heed a wobble 😜
Truth Filter For YouTube
@Benjamin2893 Are you kidding?....or are you just daft?
Ninad Gaikwad
Ninad Gaikwad Vor 18 Tage
@24sumo Rosa Parks did nothing she just sat down. MLK did nothing he just gave a few speeches and went to prison. Gandhi did nothing he just fasted. If you are too stupid to understand that public exposure and awareness about certain topics is important I'm sure you will think JC did nothing. BTW original JC didn't do anything either, he just spoke to people.
Finlay
Finlay Vor 2 Monate
Its brilliant that he is using his fame to make people aware of the problems us British farmers face. I am happy to have Clarkson representing us!
Dubious
Dubious Vor 13 Tage
@Elijah Leb If farmers make more food, then you import less. There wont be more food thrown away. Then Africa get cheaper food.
Elijah Leb
Elijah Leb Vor 13 Tage
@Dubious I am not a farmer or I work with the government but you should look at the statistics of the food that is thrown away daily that is still good to eat, if the government lets the farmers produce more food, who is going to buy that increased production. This problem is not only in the UK but in the whole world except Africa.
Thijs van Diepen
Thijs van Diepen Vor 19 Tage
@Mike Hutchison Pussy allarm
steel city domains
steel city domains Vor 22 Tage
@Gpolice lets oay everyone 20quid an hour...then 3quid for a bag of sprouts is the outcome
steel city domains
steel city domains Vor 22 Tage
@Dubious well said bet me too it just seen this poat
Zack Morrison
Zack Morrison Vor 2 Monate
I’ve always loved to watch Clarkson on top gear and the grand tour, but I was so impressed and so entertained watching Clarkson and Kaleb on the farm. I think Clarkson has been one of the best things that could have ever happened to farming and agriculture.
Erect My Greenhouse
@C J Haha, yeah. It's only 15 years ago but they couldn't make that show now. The opening credits of Harry and Paul would certainly fit well with the BBC nowadays!
C J
C J Vor 12 Tage
@Erect My Greenhouse who'd a thought Clarkson Island would become reality 15+ years later.
Erect My Greenhouse
@C J Ha, yeah. Now I've got an image of Harry Enfield dressed up a Deborah Meaden on Dragon's Den.
C J
C J Vor 13 Tage
@Erect My Greenhouse you mean Harry Metcalfe.
LlanHeinrich
LlanHeinrich Vor 24 Tage
I think being the oaf that knows nothing about farming and working with an exasperated Kaleb really nails the thing far better than any farming shows in general. "How hard can it be?", then showing in a very clumsy, occasionally idiotic way, how hard it can be. And that's a lot more relatable to the average consumer who's farming experiences is the occasional visit with a petting zoo in fall.
Bob Barker
Bob Barker Vor 2 Monate
“I’ve met some people from the government now, they’re not impressive.” - Jeremy Clarkson. My favorite new quote.
Brym Stone
Brym Stone Vor 3 Tage
@IXI Futureproof sadly that's not how it works. the real talent gets really occasional financial rewards. nothing remotely close to the absurd money mp's make. and what's more, they're not very well incentivised to stick around because of contractors being brought in to inevitably replace them or automate their whole jobs out of existence. if government spent less on contractors (i.e. lining the pockets of their family and friends on the boards of such companies!) and more on keeping their existing talent, they'd get so much more done, staff would benefit so much more, and government would save money hand over fist. but that's just my expert opinion. what the hell would i know about any of it.
IXI Futureproof
IXI Futureproof Vor 3 Tage
That is an organisation that needs completely restructuring. Politicians should be experts from the field they represent, not "career" politicians with no real world experience and no clue. All parties are a shambles.
Brym Stone
Brym Stone Vor 13 Tage
@Vivienne March they're not. and it's the people in the background who end up having to fix the mess and actually try to get things done. the civil servants and uniformed day staff etc. not the ones on tv and in the news.
Vivienne March
Vivienne March Vor 16 Tage
I've yet to meet anyone from government who was impressive. But I have been extremely impressed with Clarkson and company on the farm.
mikegolfwhiskey
mikegolfwhiskey Vor Monat
Never a truer word spoken. In fact we should get that printed on t-shirts
Jack Saunders
Jack Saunders Vor 2 Monate
If Clarksons farm doesn't become a 5 series show I'll be upset. Just the first series alone has taught me so much out British farming, and now I don't buy anything that isn't British farmed.
chris jones
chris jones Vor 18 Tage
@Maestro Sims that's because the show is about clarksons farm... Not every farm in the UK...
MrKips1
MrKips1 Vor 23 Tage
@Gordon Lawrence Finally, somebody following the money! British farmers shouldn't need so many handouts to make a good living. But when big Corp supermarkets grind their profit margin into the ground, what can you expect? I would love to see uk farms be able to set prices (within reasonable limits) at what these corporations buy at. The savings the big corps make don't go to their customers, but their share holders.
Ping
Ping Vor 27 Tage
@Smudge Evans pay non poverty wages and you get workers, simple as that.
Rob Ward
Rob Ward Vor Monat
Baz we never used to mate in my day, it was all us....no help from Bulgaria or slovakia
Nonameanymore
Nonameanymore Vor Monat
@Michal Wyrembak yeah, u will get now african and midleeastern ones. I somehow doubt they will be working for u. Probably will just prefer to crash with lorries everything
MdvK
MdvK Vor 2 Monate
'cause he's a bloody good lad, this one' that was from the heart and that sums it all up to me!
Scott McCloud
Scott McCloud Vor Monat
@Ti Pi kaleb worked for the guy who managed the farm for Clarkson. so, no.
oliver monks
oliver monks Vor Monat
yep, that part is why I came to the comments
maximus
maximus Vor Monat
@Mike Hutchison ever thought that Kaleb is now richer than most in this country because whether you like it or not, Clarkson is using his fame to do good. all those regular people on that show have made good money and can live a little better because of it.
Gallus
Gallus Vor Monat
I'm not crying, you're crying!
mclarensmps
mclarensmps Vor 2 Monate
@Mike Hutchison Ever thought that Jeremy himself knows that as he mentioned multiple times in this very video?
Dallas Sukerkin
Dallas Sukerkin Vor 2 Monate
I have to say it is absolutely remarkable the transformation this fellow has gone through in terms of moving from being merely very entertaining to actually being purposeful and trying to make a positive difference. Lots have said it but I will too, by making this tv series and, because of his prior fame and his talents, making it successful, many people are for the first time getting an idea of what it takes to put food on the table.
TheRasmusdc
TheRasmusdc Vor 2 Monate
@dunhillsupramk3 that is the main part of it, i think they in the topgear / grand tour has always tried to put focus on something horrid, like the water starvation in the Grand tour episode in Vietnam, and going through talking about Polpot, but they have actually tried to show also the beauty of these places, the only place which i felt actually hit them hard, was what they did in Argentina, i do not really thing that they thought that they would be hunted like that, and that the episode ended in being fleeing the country. However i do agree that Clarksons Farm is an extremely good show, but it is lifted by the staff around him, usually he needs Hammond and May, but it just works with the staff he has on the farm.
Dallas Sukerkin
Dallas Sukerkin Vor 2 Monate
@Paul Gamble Very true. Those documentaries he did were very high quality and excellently presented.
Paul Gamble
Paul Gamble Vor 2 Monate
Sounds like you might be new to Jeremy's serious side. I implore you to seek out three things which will give you a new appreciation for him. "The Greatest Raid of all" , "The Victoria Cross: For Valour" and "Great Britons: Isambard Kingdom Brunel". These are subjects he has huge passion for and it really shines through in the documentaries. Jezza may have cultivated a persona of being this big brash oaf, but you'll see the man behind the brand after watching these. He's a lot smarter and a great deal more empathetic than Top Gear or Grand Tour showed you.
Apti Newim
Apti Newim Vor 2 Monate
Did you just call Jeremy "merely very entertaining"? 🤔🤔
dunhillsupramk3
dunhillsupramk3 Vor 2 Monate
yeah you may want to go back and watch some of trips even on the Grand Tour and Top Gear, yeah it was mostly about cars but every now and then he would expose things that wasn't supposed to be seen and made us all think differently... hes actually a very down to earth person and actually cares about things and not the rich idiot everyone tells you that he is.. hes been doing it for yrs and that is the main reason why the BBC will never allow him to host another show or documentary or interview where he has an opinion..
Tony Spillett
Tony Spillett Vor 2 Monate
I wasn’t the greatest fan of clarkson before, but now I’m loving what he’s brought to British farming , love the show 👍
tommy fred
tommy fred Vor 2 Monate
@Jordan no mate i thought he was 'a bit of a twat'. that's not the same as being 'a twat'. i suspect you don't understand the difference. i would love to see your definition of both. just to see the way you interpreted my use. also label's narrow the mind? really! now presumption and pre conclusion. they are truly mind closing. but a label is just that, a point of reference. car is a label but without defining more. its just a LGV focused on people transportation. the word is just used so you don't, for instance, try coming by bus. this is mind narrowing? only if your presuming. :)
Jordan
Jordan Vor 2 Monate
@tommy fred Yea, I made people who cant find me try judge, it fucked them up. the mare labels the narrower the mind. 'you thought he was a twat'* 2 dimensional minds love or hate/fear...
tommy fred
tommy fred Vor 2 Monate
yah the guy was always a bit of a twat. but his love of food has turned into something a bit more.
Amano Shrimp
Amano Shrimp Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy and Kaleb are great ambassadors for the farming community, highlighting the hardships endured by british farmers, they're putting farming back on the map.
Condowie
Condowie Vor 2 Monate
Well Reece you are the first person along with everybody else that can do any thing about that, insist on food grown by farmers only and don't buy any of that factory grown plastic artificial crap that those halfwit vegans are trying to push down our throats!
Reece
Reece Vor 2 Monate
Give it 20 years and farms will be obsolete. Food will be made in factories using factory grown ingredients and probably factory grown animals.
kevin perry
kevin perry Vor 2 Monate
The way he’s clutching that award you can tell it means a lot to him.
damarh
damarh Vor 17 Tage
I think he's just drunk 😂
FS
FS Vor Monat
@None of your Business I was being cheeky and sarcastic. Ofc he deserves the award.
None of your Business
@FS for what? Running the farm maybe?
FS
FS Vor 2 Monate
@krizsz Kaleb deserves the award?! Lol for what? All he did is yell at Jeremy and his "ginus" ideas :D :D. P.S - my best insult to him was "THAT IS STRAIGHT AS A ROUNDABOUT!"
krizsz
krizsz Vor 2 Monate
i was actually thinking maybe he is kinda ashamed that he got an award for farming when there are so many more deserving, like Kaleb, let him show off his award and let me hide mine... but ofc i maybe wrong xD
Aaron Erskine
Aaron Erskine Vor 2 Monate
clarkson is a true gentleman for giving the spotlight to caleb. total class act. true humility. i, for one, will watch any show that clarkson does just to help support him
essentialfix
essentialfix Vor 2 Monate
That nearly made me cry at the end of the video... when Jeezer says" He's a bloody good lad this one!!" my dad says that to me... and I'm 50!
Lilbaz
Lilbaz Vor 24 Tage
Almost? I'm blubbering like an idiot.
1eltino
1eltino Vor 2 Monate
You're very lucky. Me and my Dad don't speak. I'd love for him to say that about me but he's not a good man. Cherish your old man
The Extra Mile
The Extra Mile Vor 2 Monate
You know what? You are a bloody good lad!
Zack S
Zack S Vor 2 Monate
Soory
Zack S
Zack S Vor 2 Monate
So ur dad ded
ELIAKIM Joseph Sophia
Great ambassadors for British farming and its future. Love Jeremy, he's met the government and he's not impressed. I'd say the same.
John Shore
John Shore Vor 2 Monate
Rightly so the government are not impressive.. de-vid.com/video/video-mqOSagleOA4.html
M B
M B Vor 2 Monate
@Michael Scofield And?
Alan Chadwick
Alan Chadwick Vor 2 Monate
Me too , they are insufferably dull and stupid
ELIAKIM Joseph Sophia
@Michael Scofield Is that all you can come up with? People with common sense throw the race card back at the person that threw it first.
ELIAKIM Joseph Sophia
@Terry Finnie I think he will come around to organic farming. Big smiles!
Tom Goss
Tom Goss Vor 2 Monate
Well done Didly Squat team, a well deserved award.
M
M Vor 2 Monate
Jermey Clarkson - and his compatriot Harry Metcalfe (Harrys Farm) - have between them, created knowledge and awareness of what is really going on with our Farming community, their struggles, difficulties and motivations. Both should be commended and maybe listened to by UK Government!! Wonderful series both 👍🏼
Mike Hutchison
Mike Hutchison Vor 2 Monate
“Their struggles ?” They have been subsidised by the taxpayer since 1947 and £3 billion of our EU contributions came back to them……why do you think they have the Range Rovers and the family homes,surrounded by open parkland ? 70% of the U.K. is agricultural land and 50%-33% of that is just growing food for animals…..which is why we have to import 40% of our food ! Fool !
Graz
Graz Vor 2 Monate
Harrys Farm is brilliant too and i suspect was the Terry Pratchett to JKR Harry Potter with Clarkson Farm. There is so much damage to reverse due to centralisation and regulations imposed to benefit mega corps.
RHP9898
RHP9898 Vor 2 Monate
Good shout out for Harry, another great guy.
brad felts
brad felts Vor 2 Monate
Love him or not, Clarkson is a serious asset to the UK
Terminus Est
Terminus Est Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson is one of the very few rare people who have been gifted with the ability to change the status quo. He has been doing this for some time, in a few discrete areas up till recently but all the same principles are again present in this one, a fundamental one, farming. The food we eat, or should do. He will revolutionise it.
Old Geordie Geezer
Old Geordie Geezer Vor 2 Monate
He has not been "gifted" with that ability. He has worked extremely hard over a number of decades to "earn" that ability.
smkh
smkh Vor 2 Monate
By moving to Poland? At least there are plenty of farm workers in Poland...
Gordon Hamilton
Gordon Hamilton Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson is simply a thoroughly decent human being, when he talks, people should listen.....there will come a day when they won't be able to.
CVN65
CVN65 Vor Monat
@bbbf09 I believe this. Love his shows but always struck me as being that way.
Joel North
Joel North Vor 2 Monate
@Terry Finnie because he punched someone. nothing to do with racism lol
Duke Kemppy
Duke Kemppy Vor 2 Monate
@Terry Finnie He was sacked from the BBC for slogging a producer. Clarkson then followed up with reporting the incident himself. If you are referring to the final special done, there is clear evidence, going back years, that the car in question had the plates that caused the whole uproar, and that Clarkson just wanted that model of car. It was down to the producers, one of which he slogged during that whole ordeal, to check the plates and the cars, and they slipped up, causing a real risk to the lives of Clarkson, Hammond and May.
QwertyServices
QwertyServices Vor 2 Monate
@yes he THINKS he's funny. He is not.
Yeet400
Yeet400 Vor 2 Monate
@Supersonic Sid I'm a lefty and I like him 🤷‍♂️
MrProjekts
MrProjekts Vor 2 Monate
"he's a bloody good lad this one" makes you wanna tear up! doing an awesome job these guys and all our farmers.
Neil T
Neil T Vor 2 Monate
Top marks to Jeremy for using his fame to highlight the great work British farmers do. Kaleb you are such a joy to watch.
Jack Dubz
Jack Dubz Vor 2 Monate
Won't matter much when the UK is flooded with cheap beef and lamb from the other side of the planet. Well done, Brexit-supporting chumps.
Scott Bond
Scott Bond Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy and Kaleb and all the off camera folks that made this show possible, thank you! You have helped farmers EVERYWHERE. Jermey plays at being a serious farmer and in the process of stupid mistakes and silliness he makes us all aware how involved and difficult real farming truly is. The two of them are great together. Thank You again!
Shaun Beatty
Shaun Beatty Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson is a good bloke! Allowing Kaleb to take the spotlight and standing back. Even Kaleb’s name was at the top of the screen which I thought was a nice touch. Jeremy’s learning but in the meantime using the brand he’s created to provide a platform for British Farming. That deserves an award itself and thats why he’s our national treasure.
Promentery Robbins
Promentery Robbins Vor 2 Monate
Kudos to Jeremy for letting Kaleb shine - and for promoting great British farmers
David Flores
David Flores Vor 2 Monate
I hope Kaleb carries on with this show after Jeremy. Love seeing him, he is, as Jeremy puts it, "A bloody good lad". He's also like the son to him. It's really special to see.
Gavin W
Gavin W Vor 2 Monate
I love the. humility in this, Clarkson could easily turn this into "how great am I", instead he rightly calls out all involved and uses the situation he finds himself in to draw attention to all in the Team and more importantly, the wider farming community. Doff my cap to you sir.
FS
FS Vor 2 Monate
Real talk for a second. "Im so great" thing is a "presenter persona" of Jeremy. Yes he might have confidence to believe in himself. But in many interviews he has done. He is very down to earth. Plus he most likely knew how much good he can do with his speech at such events and help all of the UK farmers. So very smartly he decided to be serious about it :)
Mark Mathews
Mark Mathews Vor 2 Monate
nearly teared up at the end there, Clarkson is desperately trying to keep the English country side & the people that made it going , both of which he clearly loves so much as do we all, thx big fella
Tono ton
Tono ton Vor 2 Monate
When’s Kaleb getting his own show, he’s brilliant. As someone completely ignorant of what’s involved in farming, this show gave me a whole new appreciation.
Robert Higgins
Robert Higgins Vor 2 Monate
I'm so glad Jeremy's made the show as he's got such a following and will be a great ambassador for enlightening the public. BBC has an agenda and its plain to see if you look for it.
M K
M K Vor 2 Monate
The show was so much fun and the fact that they just happened to stumble on people like Kaleb, that have such good synergy with Jeremy, just made it that much funner. Don't know what they are gonna show but hope they go for season 2.
Phil Bridges
Phil Bridges Vor 2 Monate
I am so glad that Clarkson made a thoroughly entertaining and more informative at the same time farming program, He may not know much about farming, but he sure as hell knows more now than when he first started!!, more importantly however is the generation like Kaleb. A decent young lad with a passion for all the hard work it takes to be a British farmer, a great role model I would say, and deserves every success in the future.
Gitimus01
Gitimus01 Vor 2 Monate
I was genuinely surprised how well Clarkson's Farm was made and presented. Plus how involved he got and how much he progresses (despite the jokes) and learns. Never knew until then how bad and how stressful it can be.
Rob Willcox
Rob Willcox Vor 2 Monate
Like someone said, Jeremy Clarkson has done more for British Farming in one series than Country File has done in ten years. Oh how true. Country file does nothing for farming in the UK. Keep up the good work Jeremy.
Erect My Greenhouse
Erect My Greenhouse Vor 2 Monate
@Mike Watson I'll take your word for that - not watched the BBC in yonks
Mike Watson
Mike Watson Vor 2 Monate
Countryfile last weekend was unwatchable
Erect My Greenhouse
Erect My Greenhouse Vor 2 Monate
Yeah. An unexpected hero in the industry. Actually getting your hands dirty gains respect
Keith Chamberlain
Keith Chamberlain Vor 2 Monate
"I got an award!" Yes you did, Caleb. And you bloody well deserved it... More power to you both.
Jeff Suter
Jeff Suter Vor 2 Monate
People get Clarkson wrong. He's intelligent and knowledgeable, who sometimes plays a "laddish" character. Here he talks sense.
Drew Hickford
Drew Hickford Vor 2 Monate
The bit at the end is the sweetest thing , whoever saw this duo coming , can't wait for series Two and our farmers need to stand fast in the forefront of a war against this terrible government, I do find farming issues very interesting, ive done old fashioned haymaker come from farmhand stock
Banksy238
Banksy238 Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson reminds me of my grandad…one of those guys whose genuine praise and pat on the back, as a youngster, really is worth more than any money, because you know he doesn’t hand it out often
Banksy238
Banksy238 Vor 2 Monate
@Old Geordie Geezer you made a shitty comment acting like your some big wise dude desperate to preach about the failings of youngsters. Let me tell you people with your attitude and ego are no help to the younger generations. Just take your L and move on.
Old Geordie Geezer
Old Geordie Geezer Vor 2 Monate
@Advanced Ape Son? Now that's a stretch! Anonymous? I wasn't the one on the attack.... As for a fatherless household - got that wrong too!
Advanced Ape
Advanced Ape Vor 2 Monate
@Old Geordie Geezer You're anonymous, son. Comment also indicates a fatherless household. Sad.
Banksy238
Banksy238 Vor 2 Monate
@Old Geordie Geezer not at all. I have no feelings of intolerance and I completely understand what you said, I just retorted. My comment was in no way about safe spaces or Molly coddling. It was about the bond created when a young man earns the respect of an older, more accomplished man, or even his role model…through hard work and admirable qualities. You took my point of how it feels to ACHIEVE respect and credit from a mentor/role model and warped it into something you could start to vent your frustrations about the “everyone gets a medal, credit for taking part” culture that is prevalent in modern society. I share your sentiments completely about the weak, woke culture of today…but I thought it poor that you felt the need to infer the things you did from something nice and something that is clearly lacking in today’s society. Hard work, pride in your work, role models, and competence. Congratulations on your success and knowing your worth, I’m sure your an accomplished and decent person. Since you are trying to infer characteristics from what I have said, I will tell you I am no different, in a highly accomplished professional job, I am a husband and father raising a family, having overcome true adversity, I am anti-safe-space etc, self motivated and largely opposed to the softness and obsession with feelings purported in society today. BUT I know when I was a teenager, I valued the day my work was acknowledged and praised by someone I considered a master of their craft, far more than a few extra quid at Christmas (which is what my original comment was about) It’s not the need for a pat on the head, or lacking self worth, it’s developing pride in what you do and enjoying the rewards that come with it. Also I’m not hiding behind a keyboard. I said nothing I wouldn’t feel more than comfortable saying to your face. It just happens that this is the medium in which the conversation occurred. I think if you deem my response as “abusive”…you sound like the exact kind of person you are complaining about. Maybe dumb could be considered an insult (not exactly a particularly nasty one) but ignorant is certainly not abuse. I gave my reasons for why I thought your reply was ignorant. Has nothing to do with tolerance or understanding. Further terms often used within victimhood mentality. And have nothing to do with my response to you.
Old Geordie Geezer
Old Geordie Geezer Vor 2 Monate
@Banksy238 "if you are struggling to buy a loaf of bread you probably haven’t done very much worthy of a pat on the back " Wow - that's some statement! I may be a total dumbass, and ignorant but I was clever enough to make it to the top of my field, to be self motivated and recognize my own worth, and all without a safe space, a pat on the back, or the requirements for trigger warnings. I have no idea of your age, but your comment above reeks of todays problems. Intolerance, a lack of understanding and the requirement to hide behind the anonymity of the internet to be abusive.
Strike The Root
Strike The Root Vor 2 Monate
this was the greatest show. Clarkson opened the eyes of a large number of people about the importance of farm to table. Humanity depends on these great Men and Women.
Paul Yarlett
Paul Yarlett Vor 2 Monate
It's lovely to see Clarkson backing something so important to the next generation, well said that man .
Gary McGowan
Gary McGowan Vor 2 Monate
Love the love that Clarkson has for him… massive respect to you both. Great job both of you 💪🏻
Ginge F
Ginge F Vor 2 Monate
That was a cracking presentation by petrol head Jeremy, thoroughly enjoyable and they both have my total support.
Richard Weetman
Richard Weetman Vor Monat
Wonderful clip, with real feeling & sentiment from both of them. I've loved the first series of Clarkson's Farm, and it's made me and my family realise and learn that we owe the farming community so much. I'll be taking the advice, look for the red tractors!
Grzegorz Niedzielski
I'm so happy that this show was such a success, all the people involved in the production have done such an amazing job.
MrMr Gaming
MrMr Gaming Vor 2 Monate
Way back in the early 90s my grandfather said to me he could not believe how much had changed when it came to farmland/crops. He could not believe how much was missing/empty. He used to say that we needed to go back to being more self-reliant/self-sufficient. Teach the skills needed before there is no one left to teach them. Never has this been more apparent now.
James Barralet
James Barralet Vor 2 Monate
Land owning is a responsibility requiring wisdom, humility, generosity and openness so that humans can engage with and love nature. It is a crucial role in society, and Jeremy Clarkson does it better than most. Most will shoot you off their field for practicing yoga.
MoistGoat
MoistGoat Vor 2 Monate
You can really tell how passionate he is about what he's doing and the value he has of his team - even if you didn't like him before you'd have to be ignorant not to see that.
Gavin Bainbridge
Gavin Bainbridge Vor 2 Monate
Once again Clarkson turns up looking like he was dipped in glue and thrown through a charity shop window, then 'tells it how it is', bigs up Kaleb (and quite rightly so) calls himself a learner (humble to the heart about the fact), praises his whole farming team, slams the government (justly), urges us to 'buy British'........ and promotes the wider farming community👍 The man is just fantastic on a new level, can't wait for series 2, All power to you Jeremy and Team!
Eddy Leland
Eddy Leland Vor 2 Monate
Just watched this series,thoroughly enjoyed it and must admit I didnt realise the problems the weather can cause to farmers.Respect to all of them
Gary C
Gary C Vor 2 Monate
Bravo Jezza. About time somebody stands up for the farmers. regards
Johnny Morris
Johnny Morris Vor 2 Monate
Total enjoyed watching this and can't wait for the next. Very educational and worth the watch of Clarkson bungling along and learning on the way. Kayleb must of had a patient of a saint while filming and deserved an award for that. Good job team K & J for bringing the real life struggles and joys of farming.
Henry Intheuk
Henry Intheuk Vor 2 Monate
I used to know nothing about farming, I took everything for granted, and now I feel a little ashamed that it took a man like Clarkson to open my eyes. I have a huge amount of respect our our nations farmers, and the rest of us need to do more to help them do more for us.
Mike Hutchison
Mike Hutchison Vor 2 Monate
Yeah,must be really hard watching cows eat grass ! Didn’t our children do much the same,when they kept pet rabbits…..feeding,watering,cleaning out ? Really hard !
Preeth Radhakrishnan
Well done Clarkson, shining a bright positive light on farming!! Well overdue!
Linda Mesa
Linda Mesa Vor 2 Monate
Well said Jeremey Farmers are so important to us!
Mike Hutchison
Mike Hutchison Vor 2 Monate
Yes, ever since the elite landed gentry,be they Roman,Angles or Normans took over the land,the serfs have worked hard to keep them rich. On the day that Nationwide BS announced that the average house price was £250,000……many realised it was back to the wattle and daub for them !
Andrew George
Andrew George Vor 2 Monate
What a great series on Amazon, the work ethic is great. I will always support local farm shops. Well done both of you and the team I love it.
Jon Limer
Jon Limer Vor 2 Monate
Great program that was both entertaining and informative, as a family we found it quite moving at times, well done Jezza and the crew.
Martin Hambleton
Martin Hambleton Vor 2 Monate
Very well earned and deserved. Thank you. It's been too many years since Farming and Farmers have had a voice.
Martin Hambleton
Martin Hambleton Vor 2 Monate
@Mike Hutchison Again. They are landowners not Farmers. There is a World of difference. Farmers themselves don't want subsidies of any description. The only reason that Farming receives subsidies is so that the public can have cheap food. If the subsidies were not there, food costs would be sky high. This is not unique to the UK but in one way, shape or form is the same everywhere. But not necessarily worded, "subsidies". This has made Farmers into, Hoop jumpers, box tickers. The landowners you mention are not family run Farms and by no means represent them. Your average Farmer will be working for less than the minimum wage for the hours worked. The investment on any Farm is massive and every penny will be reinvested into machinery, animals, buildings, fertiliser, seed, crop chemicals, maintenance, contractors, labour, vets Bill's, and countless other bills I haven't mentioned. The subsidies that you mention would probably pay the fertiliser bill, and that's it! A lot of people think that Farmers get the subsidy payment and book a holiday in the Bahamas? This is definitely not the case. Are you connected with Agriculture?
Mike Hutchison
Mike Hutchison Vor 2 Monate
Half the Govt. and most of the Lords live on country estates…….they are the landed gentry…….why do you think they have been subsidised,by you,since 1947 ? Who do you think they listened to,when they changed the visa requirements,so quickly (themselves stupid ) !
Tortoise
Tortoise Vor 2 Monate
Food. It's cost and availability is taken for granted.
Anton Johansson
Anton Johansson Vor 2 Monate
The way the show represented those who worked with Jeremy on that farm with such respect, and were able to get everyone to react so natural, yet entertaining. Amazing.
JohnB63
JohnB63 Vor 2 Monate
I loved every second. Can’t wait for season 2. I learned while being entertained. Outstanding.
TheWtfnonamez
TheWtfnonamez Vor 2 Monate
The pandemic, Brexit, and the supply chain crisis, suddenly made me appreciate that in a crisis, the only thing standing between the British public and starvation is our farmers.
Anna Ferrara
Anna Ferrara Vor 2 Monate
I actually teared up at the end of the series. I can’t wait for the next season!
Egg_Centric
Egg_Centric Vor 2 Monate
Loved Clarkson's Farm. Big fan of Kaleb. Absolutely love the vibe between those two.
Kennyman
Kennyman Vor 2 Monate
A great pairing and a very important message they are getting across👍🏻
RaozSkillz
RaozSkillz Vor 2 Monate
Kaleb is brilliant, anyone else think that he could go on to be a globally iconic presenter like Jez, Dick and Jim? He basically is already, from Clarkson's Farm.
RaozSkillz
RaozSkillz Vor 2 Monate
@Inexpressable He will get wherever he wants to. I think he just wants to be the greatest farmer ever, and I believe in him 💪.
Inexpressable
Inexpressable Vor 2 Monate
I wouldn't wanna see him overdo being a presenter or anything, but yeah he's definitely naturally got that personality.
Col Dennis
Col Dennis Vor 2 Monate
The award should be for every farmer in the UK. We have JC to thank for putting agriculture in the public eye. Thanks JC
SuperThumpasaurus
SuperThumpasaurus Vor 2 Monate
There were three things in the world I never thought I'd see, ever....Never thought I'd see someone make a full size house out of Legos, never thought I'd see a gypsy become world champion in boxing, and sure as shit never thought I'd see Jeremy Clarkson become a farmer and champion for the environment. Mind blown!
S Mac
S Mac Vor 2 Monate
Well said Clarkson. People don't really appreciate the amount of effort farmers make to provide our food. Stand up for farmers!
Atul M
Atul M Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson is one of the greatest British men to have ever lived
P D
P D Vor 2 Monate
It's shame no one speaks for the Indian farmers who have been protesting and sleeping on the roads for a year in the capital #Farmersprotest. They need someone like J.C
Linda Poulson
Linda Poulson Vor 2 Monate
Kaleb! Bless, he is really excited to have won his award. Had his hair done too….
Mark Sargent
Mark Sargent Vor 2 Monate
He didn't get the Phil Oakley haircut Clarkson told him about who he the guy from the human league dont you want me baby 🤣
Here In Oz
Here In Oz Vor 2 Monate
Clarkson! Happy, honest, open, sincere, truthful..... The most anti green person going that now is fully 100% in a farmers corner. As a country kid, a top gear fan, a petrol head. Clarkson and Caleb.....! The voices we need to hear but many choose not too. Keep going gents....... you got my support 100%
Kyle Voltti
Kyle Voltti Vor 9 Stunden
I’ve enjoyed Clarkson and been impressed by his work on Top Gear and The Grand Tour but I respect his work on Clarkson’s Farm
Jeane Kriel
Jeane Kriel Vor 2 Monate
on ya Jeremy, this show had the whole family glued to their seats, so refreshingly honest and authentic ...
Stuart Keele
Stuart Keele Vor 2 Monate
This great man has done so much for England, an absolute down to earth legend!
Rahul Sohoni
Rahul Sohoni Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy and Kaleb are doing for farms and farmers what two decades ago, Jeremy, James and Richard did for cars and car enthusiasts. They totally deserved this award!
the truth
the truth Vor 21 Tag
Never thought in a million years I'd love a farming show, but I can honestly say I do this 1 n hope they make quite a few series of it.
Deborah Campbell
Deborah Campbell Vor 25 Tage
Congratulations. Well deserved. Love Jeremy’s honesty and making the public aware of the huge issues there are running\owning a farm. Also, sharing the respect Jeremy has for Kaleb and his team from the farm. Brilliant TV airing. Keeping the public entertained but at the same time highlighting the ups and downs of farming way of life. Thank you guys.
Rick Hoover
Rick Hoover Vor 2 Monate
How awesome! Very much respect the famers of the world!!!!
Clare Swinney
Clare Swinney Vor 2 Monate
So very pleased for them both. Without their amazing, fact and fun filled show there would be a lot more ignorant people in our country. 👏🏆👏
nftbound
nftbound Vor 18 Tage
Love seeing Clarkson giving everyone else the credit and shining a light to these hard working people. Make our countryside great again!
Mr Slim Guy 65
Mr Slim Guy 65 Vor 2 Monate
Everyone involved in the making and taking part in this program deserves a big pat on the back brilliant!
Gianna Bloomer
Gianna Bloomer Vor 2 Monate
Brilliant. Simply Brilliant. I love Caleb, Jeremy Charlie, Gerald and Ellen. Love love this team!!!
T H
T H Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy Clarkson can say what other can not or are not given air time to say. Good to have him on our side
Jas Lion
Jas Lion Vor 2 Monate
Great stuff keep it up gents don’t let our great industry’s end like so many 🇬🇧👍
Shea Millsteed
Shea Millsteed Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy Clarkson is a patriot and should be treated as a national treasure. His attitude to life and country should be an example to all.
Damo Wazzo
Damo Wazzo Vor 2 Monate
Wow, I’m actually stoked. I thought it was a pisstake when Jeremy got a farm but he’s managing it great and does actually care about our wonderful country and the other farmers.
YanAbaus
YanAbaus Vor 17 Tage
Heart warming and important message! Trots op onze boeren! Much love from the Netherlands
RTB
RTB Vor Monat
Well done Kaleb and Jeremy! Such a good use of your influence! Red tractors all the way!
N H
N H Vor 2 Monate
Shows like Clarksons Farm, our Yorkshire farm etc have taught me how important the agricultural industry is and how dangerous it is.
afe nijmeijer
afe nijmeijer Vor 2 Monate
I have really grown to like Jeremy Clarkson. He is epic. I just love his no nonsense attitude. Says what he feels and thinks and stuff the rest.A sense of humour off the scale.
Colin Porter
Colin Porter Vor 17 Stunden
Mike . This is a somewhat polarised view. I have several farmer friends and this does not represent their experience!
Mike Hutchison
Mike Hutchison Vor 6 Tage
Yep, £1 million pound tractors,£200,000 sprayers……..makes you wonder how they afford it ? Oh yeah, never had to buy a house(like you),never had to buy meat (like you),the car,the quad bike and the ponies(tax+VAT deductible,no Council Tax on land or buildings,special rules on inheritance tax AND the peasants have subsidised 50 -70% of our income since 1947…….you have to give it to the Conservatives……they do make good laws……for the landed gentry !
TheFateWeaver channel
I knew farming was clearly hardwork but i had no idea how hard until this show. Thank you all British farmers for all the hardwork you do and the meals you help provide every single day.
Duncan Walker
Duncan Walker Vor 2 Monate
Jeremy has done more for British Farmers than all our politicians and the NUF has done for them over the last 50 years or so especially when it comes to standing up to the EU on their behalf
Joel A
Joel A Vor 2 Monate
I never expected to see Clarkson on a farming show, looks like he's actually passionate about it too.
EmmaLouLoves
EmmaLouLoves Vor 2 Monate
Fair play Jeremy, Farming is a hard lifestyle/career and without it we are all screwed, so bring back the grants and reduce unnecessary benefits in other areas of the UK.
Brumsgrub
Brumsgrub Vor 2 Monate
It's such a great story. And fair play to Clarkson for doing it and being the voice. Excellent stuff
Joel Gunnarsson
Joel Gunnarsson Vor Monat
Before Clarkssons farm I never really thought about farmers. Now I respect them so much more and understand that it's so much more than just some plants in the ground. Really good from Clarksson and the others to show the reality.
cheryl baker
cheryl baker Vor 2 Monate
About time farming was represented by decent people like these. Well done all.
Grey Wolf
Grey Wolf Vor 27 Tage
I'm not a farmer and this series has opened my eyes to that world! It's a hard life. Jeremy makes it entertaining, Kaleb et al. make it work - Looking forward to seeing series 2 👍
J Cutler
J Cutler Vor 8 Tage
I’d given up on Clarkson as a personality, but when I finally gave in and watched Clarkson’s Farm, I was impressed. I was also shocked by the tight margins and the huge cost of machinery for all farmers.
Steven H
Steven H Vor 3 Tage
Jeremy in my opinion has gone up with his humble approach. Well done guys
B C
B C Vor 2 Monate
So he got the perm in the end, I see👍🏻😁 But on a serious note, I applaud Jeremy and the team who put together this wonderful series. Never thought Jeremy would become a champion of farming, but he is, and huge thanks to him for showcasing the ups and downs of rural life
drokky1234
drokky1234 Vor 2 Monate
Almost shed a tear with his last comment, he seems to genuinely care about caleb 😢
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