Jeremy Clarkson lets rip at blackberry picker in exclusive Clarkson's Farm clip

The star's Prime Video programme is back for a third series

Watch: Blackberry picker causes chaos on Clarkson's Farm

Jeremy Clarkson turned the air blue after a blackberry picker wrecked a wall on his Cotswolds farm in a hilarious moment on Clarkson's Farm.

The TV star’s Prime Video programme about life on Diddly Squat Farm is back for a third run and a clip showed Clarkson and his farm manager Kaleb Cooper picking fruit. It is part of Clarkson's great plan to earn money on the 'unfarmed land' in his competition with Cooper, who is in charge of making money out of the farmed land.

But the pair ended up getting into a real pickle as the massive machine started damaging a stone wall, leaving Clarkson declaring: “We are f*****.” The funny moment is sure to amuse fans as Clarkson's plan descended into chaos.

The clip showed the blackberry picker – with Cooper at the wheel - moving along beside a wall as the outspoken broadcaster was heard exclaiming: “We are knocking all these fence posts off.”

Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper have built a fun friendship from working together on Clarkson's Farm. (Amazon Prime)
Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper got into a spot of bother as they picked blackberries. (Amazon Prime)

“The whole wall is moving!” Clarkson said in a panic, as parts of the stone structure could be seen crumbling. “We are going to be harvesting a wall if you are not careful here.”

“These blackberries had better be profitable,” the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host muttered.

Then, as the machine caused a sizeable chunk of the stone to fall away, Clarkson called out: “Oh look at that, that’s just pulled the whole wall right out!”

He appeared to mumble a four-letter word before calling out to Cooper: “How much further until we can get to what can actually be called…” However, Clarkson didn’t get to finish his sentence as the farm hand had spotted a problem.

Jeremy Clarkson, Clarkson's Farm
Jeremy Clarkson had a problem with a blackberry picker. (PA Images/Alamy)

“Wait!” he yelled. “This wall does not f****** stop!” "What?" the star asked. "This wall does not stop!" shouted Cooper.

Clarkson walked around the vehicle to assess the situation and told him: “You are going to have to back up.”

Cooper looked doubtful and told him he couldn’t, but the TV star reasoned: “Well, you can’t go forwards because we now can’t see it”. “We are f***** aren’t we?” he added.

Jeremy Clarkson, Clarkson's Farm
Clarkson's Farm started in 2021. (PA Images/Alamy)

The series set on the farm in Chipping Norton started in 2021 and was a huge hit with viewers from the start. A second series soon followed and the programme got the green light for a third run before it even aired.

A fourth series of Clarkson's Farm is already in the pipeline with filming already underway.

Clarkson's Farm season three is steaming now on Prime Video.