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Clarkson’s Farm: Lisa Hogan Reveals Diddly Squat Farming Struggles

Jeremy Clarkson’s partner Lisa Hogan has shared an update to social media of how the unpredictable weather this year has impacted the crops on the Diddly Squat Farm.

Prime Video’s Clarkson’s Farm has been showered with praise from the farming community since the first season, which was released back in June 2021, for portraying a realistic view of the struggles of the industry in the UK, and the weather is a big battle for farmers.

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Sharing a video to Instagram, Hogan gave fans an update on the raspberries at the Cotswolds farm confirming that there hasn’t been enough sun to ripen them. She explained:

“The second of August. Lovely weather.”

“And it’s been great for the raspberries because they’re really juicy…

“But we haven’t had enough sun to ripen them,” Hogan added.

The terrible weather this summer has caused problems across many aspects of the farm, which is sure to be documented in the third season of the show which is currently being filmed.

Fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the third season of Clarkson’s Farm, however, they have a wait on their hands as the show documents a whole year of farming. Although a release date has not been confirmed yet, it is likely to be next year. Season Two was released in February with some fans expecting the same timeline.

There is some uncertainty over whether the upcoming third series will be the final season of the hit farming show after Clarkson’s controversial comments on Meghan Markle in a column before Christmas last year. The extreme amount of backlash from the column put the Grand Tour host’s current contracts up in the air with ITV and Prime Video.

Prime Video has not officially commented on this but there has not been any news of a renewed contract.

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