KALEB Cooper, the unexpected star of Clarkson’s Farm, has shared some of his knowledge with college students during a visit.

Mr Cooper paid a trip to Banbury and Bicester College to officially open its newly expanded rare breeds outdoor farming area.

Rare breeds at the college include pilgrim geese, Golden Guernsey goats and North Ronaldsay sheep.

Mr Cooper said: “It’s been great to come down to the college and meet with the students and talk to them about farming and looking after animals.

“I’ve been really impressed by everything I’ve seen at the college, with students getting some fantastic experiences working with a wide range of rare breeds.

“I’m passionate about farming and agriculture, and it’s brilliant to see young people so passionate about this and hear about all their experiences and be able to give them some pointers and advice.”