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Series: Clarkson Farm
Follow Jeremy Clarkson as he attempts to run a farm in the countryside. The series 'Clarkson's Farm' is an intense, backbreaking and frequently hilarious year in the life of Britain's most unlikely farmer. Join Clarkson and his rag-tag band of agricultural associates as they contend with the worst farming weather in decades, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops and an unexpected pandemic.
In the first episode, Jeremy Clarkson embarks on his path towards muddy misery and potential ruin by running his own farm.
Jeremy Clarkson decides to get a flock of sheep. He thinks It's a genius business plan: Instead every year mowing the 300 acres without cropping, the sheep will do, keeping everything nice and tidy and fertilizing the soil. Moreover, he can sell their babies for profit. But he doesn't count with the added complications these high-maintenance animals will bring.
Jeremy Clarkson decides to open a farm shop to sell his own produce. This sounds like it should be easy. It isn’t. Discover the shortest farm shop business in history.
Jeremy Clarkson decides to become a naturalist. 'In just 30 years, insect numbers have dropped by 25% and they're still falling. Without insects, all life on Earth ends. Everywhere where insects like to live is disappearing and I've decided to do something about that. My plan is to make my hedgerows, my valleys, my woods, and my streams more attractive to creepy crawlies. In essence, I am going to leave chunks of the farm completely alone. I'm going to put Mother Nature in the driving seat. It's a process called wilding.'
As Covid-19 puts Britain on lockdown, Jeremy Clarkson suddenly finds that his biggest worries aren’t all related to the upcoming lambing season. 'If you're involved in food production, you are key worker. We're gonna save the nation!... I've smoked a million cigarettes and I've had pneumonia. If I get it , there's not a lot of hope... Am I panic buying? I bought five tins of sardines the other day'.
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