Clarkson’s Farm’s Kaleb Cooper forced to rely on family’s help as fuel problems hit Diddly Squat | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television

Kaleb Cooper complained about “killer” fuel prices in a new Instagram post. The hardworking farmer is set to appear in the second series of Clarkson’s Farm after it proved to be a smash hit for Amazon Prime.

Clarkson’s Farm follows former Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as he tries to run his own farm for the first time.

Hailing from Chipping Norton, Kaleb was featured on the show as a local farmer, who was brought in to help Jeremy run Diddly Squat Farm.

Kaleb took to Instagram today to share an update with his million farm followers.

He uploaded a video with the caption: “Fuel prices are a killer.

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“I’m going back to old school farming using real horse power,” he added with a laughing emoji. (sic)

In the video, Kaleb said, “So I just ordered some red diesel for the contract business.

“It cost me £2,000 for 1,800 litres, so mum if you’re watching this…”

At this point, Kaleb pointed the camera at a dark brown horse with a blond mane.

Dave wrote: “Time to go back to the cowboy days lol.”

“Watch out, Chipping Norton, there’s a new cowboy in town,” Kaleb replied with a laughing emoji.

While Sheepishfibreart wrote, “It will require green diesel”, to which Kaleb replied, “I still think it will be cheaper”.

Ryan Black wrote: “I mean it worked pretty well feeding the country in the middle of the last century, so why not?”

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