Jeremy Clarkson’s farm shop, which is due to temporarily close for two months, is reportedly experiencing massive queues. Today marks the final day before the Diddly Squat shop will close its doors to fans.
He was forced to deal with disobedient animals, dreadful weather and unresponsive crops.
Under the watch of 21-year-old farm manager Kaleb Cooper, Jeremy got used to running his own farm.
The Top Gear presenter originally purchased the land in 2008 and paid a farmer who lived in a neighbouring village to look after it.
Jeremy decided, after his sad passing, that it was time to learn a new skill and tend to his farm.
Filled with lots of banter, viewers consistently tuned in to watch him make errors, then get told off by Kaleb.
The co-host was never afraid to call out the 61-year-old.
Speaking to radio host Chris Moyles earlier this year, the presenter opened up some vehicles he purchased in the upcoming season two and confessed they had problems.
“I didn’t know, I was buying them and I didn’t know what they did, they all just looked like something you’d use to cut your arm off.”