Jeremy Clarkson Reacts To Comment From Loving Fan After Farm Visit

Jeremy Clarson, presenter of The Grand Tour and previously Top Gear, has responded to a fan on Twitter after they commented on the Diddly Squat Farm Shop upon visiting. Travelling 160 miles from Devon just to see the farm, Meg was keen to tell Clarkson what she thought of his new venture.

“Living in Devon means there is a farm shop on every corner yet I drove 160 miles to visit the best farm shop…. in the world,” she says alongside a photo of a couple of products from the farm shop: Bee Juice honey, and ground coffee.

“Sad to have missed you”, Clarkson replied to the fan.

This farm is the latest venture of Clarkson who begun filming a new show called ‘I Bought The Farm’ to illustrate what is needed to be a farmer over a year of farming. Alongside this, he’s also started the Diddly Squat Farm Shop, which he has promised sells “guaranteed non-organic” food grown on his farm.

Meg, who goes by the handle @Satans_Spawnn on Twitter, replied by saying “I am very sad myself, next time, next time..”

Clarkson has recently been on the receiving end of some bad luck after a number of disasters took place on the farm as his tractor suffered a flat tyre and then later broke completely. You can read the full story here.

We can’t wait for Clarkson’s new show, and will also be keeping a close eye on the release of the next episode of The Grand Tour which promises to show us off-roading action from Madagascar alongside James May and Richard Hammond.

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