Kaleb had to spend nights away from his newborn, according to Jeremy Clarkson, in order to repair agricultural damage.
JEREMY CLARKSON recently exposed the sacrifices Kaleb Cooper had to make while working at his Diddly Squat farm.
Clarkson’s Farm, a new Amazon series starring Jeremy Clarkson and breakout sensation Kaleb Cooper, has proven a great hit among streamers. The show followed the presenter as he collaborated with the young farm manager, but Kaleb would frequently correct Jeremy’s errors following his amusing attempts.
Jeremy Clarkson is well-known for his previous work as host of Top Gear, thus this series was a significant departure, and viewers got to witness a different side of the host.
He knew everything in his prior profession, but this time on Clarkson’s Farm, Jeremy was filmed learning everything there was to know about farming.
He learned a lot about harvesting and the machinery utilized under the cautious supervision of Kaleb Cooper, the Farm Manager, who is 21 years old.
Kaleb was able to recall the names of all the fields on his 1,000-acre plot, demonstrating his commitment to the job.
Kaleb, who was also a talented farming contractor, provided his services to neighboring farm owners in addition to being the farm manager.
Jeremy bought the Diddly Squat farm in 2008, but only recently chose to study the profession, according to the series.
The presenter engaged Kaleb to teach him everything he knew about farming when the prior farmer retired.
Kaleb was never hesitant to criticize Jeremy and put him in his place when he tried to impress the farmer with his newfound skills.
Jeremy spoke to Giles Corren of Times Radio and highlighted the sacrifices Kaleb had made to remedy his sins.
“Everything I did, Lisa would roll her eyes and he would remark, ‘What have you done,’ ‘Why have you done it this way,’ ‘Well look now you’ve wrecked it,’ he said.
“Because you just know I’m going to wreck something,” Jeremy stated, “and he’s going to have to come along and spend the night instead of being at home with his new baby, mending whatever it is I ruined.”
He continued, “That happened all of the time; I’m getting better now, but in the early days, I was just horrible – of course, I was I’d.”