In the midst of a “major difficulty” on the farm, Jeremy Clarkson admits to wanting to “drop to his knees and weep.”

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In the midst of a “major difficulty” on the farm, Jeremy Clarkson admits to wanting to “drop to his knees and weep.”

JEREMY CLARKSON said he’s in the midst of yet another battle after a “major issue” on his farm left him despondent.

When it came to getting his 1000-acre farm back on its feet, Jeremy Clarkson, 61, hasn’t had the easiest time. Despite the pandemic, lockdown, and pouring rain, The Grand Tour star refused to give in.

I called my land agent, Cheerful Charlie, who, predictably, stated it was a “huge problem.”

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However, it appears that he has now come upon a new peril that has caused him to “fall to his knees and weep.”

In his most recent piece for The New York Times, the TV personality expressed his concerns about a tenacious weed that had taken over his property.

“I’ve been watching a plague of greenness emerge in the barley field behind my cottage with some concern for the past few of weeks.

“So I called my land agent, Cheerful Charlie, who, predictably, stated it was a ‘huge problem.’

“Apparently, it’s called brome, and it’s a weed that fights with barley for nutrition and sunshine, typically winning.

“Which means you’ll be harvesting the square root of b****r for the rest of your life.”

After looking into a variety of plausible causes, he came to the conclusion that his farmhand, Clarkson’s Farm star Kaleb Cooper, was to blame.

Jeremy explained, “Charlie reckoned the seeds that created it were lodged in a drill we’d borrowed.”

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“And I was about to put something agricultural in Kaleb, my tractor driver, for not washing it out,” says the author.

Charlie, on the other hand, suggested that there could have been another cause.

“I had used the field to pasture sheep a year before, and Charlie speculated that the brome could have been introduced by their excrement,” the former Top Gear personality added.

“‘B*****d sheep,’ I grumbled. They are damaging my life even from beyond the dead.

“But it wasn’t the sheep, either, because on my afternoon walk, I noted that the infestation wasn’t limited to one field. “It was all of them,” says the narrator.

Jeremy explained that he didn’t have time to linger on his current setback since he had to “run off to deal with other concerns” because the problem was still present.

“Like the Britons who went for a walk in the middle of a.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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