Jeremy Clarkson Reveals His Farm’s “Biggest Disaster” After His Pheasants Regret Everything

The one thing that made Clarkson’s Farm so great, was the fact that presenter Jeremy Clarkson gave almost anything he could a go to make his farm somehow profitable. Many things went wrong during the filming of the first season, and this made it all the more entertaining. But in a recent column, The Grand Tour presenter wrote about something we didn’t see much of. 

Jeremy Clarkson stood next to Lisa Hogan

The farm’s “biggest disaster” came in the form of Wasabi. He wrote:

“Over the past 18 months, I have peppered the farm with many new and exciting money-spinning projects, and then watched in horror as almost all of them ended in expensive failure.

“Wasabi? This was by far my biggest disaster. I noted the fact that only one chap in all of Britain was growing it and saw this as an opportunity rather than a warning that it might be impossible.

“It isn’t, if you really pay attention, round the clock, but I couldn’t do that because I had potatoes to sell and fish to save and wheat and barley and rape to grow, and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? to host and The Grand Tour to write, and when I did get five minutes to go and check on the “green gold”, I remembered that I had to write a newspaper column.”

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He continued, explaining one certain animal’s response to the plant:

“As a result most of the wasabi was eaten by my pheasants, which then ran around squawking a lot.

“Have you ever seen a pheasant sweat? I have. A few plants survived and I tried to sell them to restaurants in London, but this plan failed, and when I put them in my shop most of the customers took one look and bought a sausage instead.”

Season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm Confirmed

A source close to amazon has confirmed that Season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm has been greenlit for production.

“Jeremy is Amazon’s golden boy and a new series is already in the pipeline.

“It’s rated five stars on Amazon and has a 9.3 rating on IMDB, which is practically unheard of.

“It means Jeremy’s fellow farmers Kaleb, ‘Cheerful’ Charlie and Gerald will all be in front of cameras on the farm again.”