STAR of Clarkson’s Farm, Kaleb Cooper. has released a charity song, highlighting the challenges faced by farmers and those in the agricultural community.

Named ‘I Can’t Stand Sheep!’, the 25-year-old released the song - highlighting his well-known dislike of woolly animals - to raise money for the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI).

Lyrics from the country rap song, set to the quirky melody of ‘The Floral Dance’, help to raise awareness regarding current struggles for those within the agricultural sector.

The farm contractor is known for advocating UK agriculture following recognition during his appearance in the popular Prime Video series, Clarkson’s Farm.

Reflecting on his motivation, Kaleb shared: "As a community, farmers are only too aware of how pressurised the industry has become - the farming way of life can feel lonely at times.

"I wanted to make sure that if people are struggling they have somewhere to reach out to.

"The RABI offers incredible support to the farming community in a range of different ways and this felt like the perfect solution to get that message out – make the helpline number part of the lyrics!"

The song is available online and all proceeds contribute to the work carried out by RABI.