The new series of Clarkson's Farm was released last week and has already proved a hit among fans.

The hit series follows another year in the life of Diddly Squat Farm and the antics of Jeremy Clarkson.

The first series of the show was released back in 2021 and shows the former Top Gear host working at his farm in the Cotswolds.

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Following the release of the new series on Amazon Prime, many fans were pictured queuing outside of the Diddly Squat Farm shop for its reopening over the weekend.

Here are five interesting facts that fans of the show may not be aware of.

When did Jeremy Clarkson buy the farm?

The former Top Gear presenter bought the farm in 2008, which until 2019, had been taken care of by a local villager.

Clarkson then decided to have his turn at running the site seeing the launch of Clarkson's Farm on Amazon Prime Video.

What is Clarkson's Farm worth?

It has been reported that the farm is estimated to be worth around £12.5 million, based on similar sites in the area.

Where is Clarkson's Farm filmed?

The Amazon Prime Video show is filmed on the Diddly Squat Farm in Chipping Norton and in the surrounding West Oxfordshire area. There is also one episode in the first series where Kaleb Copper is sent to London. There is no studio involved in the filming of the show.

How much annual profit did the Diddly Squat Farm make in the first series of the show?

The Oxfordshire farm only made an annual profit of £144 in the first season with Mr Clarkson looking to make the farm a more viable business this time around.

Will there be a series three of the show?

The future of season three was thrown into doubt in December when Clarkson wrote a heavily criticised column for The Sun on Meghan Markle.

But on Monday, Clarkson issued an update to fans wanting to know when the next episodes were due.

One user wrote: “I loved it, watched it on Saturday that just passed, loved the show can't wait for a season three if there is one."

Clarkson replied in three words: “There is one.”