A prominent farmer and author has claimed Jeremy Clarkson’s reality TV series Clarkson’s Farm has been embraced by the farming community.
James Rebanks, a sheep farmer and the prize-winning author of The Shepherd’s Life, favourably contrasted the series with the long-running BBC nature series Countryfile.
“I can report back from within the farming community: they all loved [Clarkson’s Farm].
During an appearance at the Cheltenham Literary Festival, Rebanks was asked what effect the series had had on farming’s reputation.
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