The release of Clarkson’s Farm season 3 is just around the corner – and if the trailer is anything to go by, the next batch of episodes are going to be eventful to say the least.

Clarkson's Farm season 3 sees us visiting Diddly Squat Farm once again.

The next instalment of the TV presenter’s hit show is set to arrive on Amazon Prime Video next month, three years after it first launched on the streaming platform.

Viewers will have the chance to catch up on the farming adventures of Jeremy Clarkson and his right-hand man, Kaleb Cooper.

Viewers are keen to return to Diddly Squat Farm to see what's next from the Millionaire presenter and his Oxfordshire-based farm, where he's been working (and sometimes clashing) with the local community to try and make the place a success.

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For the past two seasons, we've seen plenty of funny moments, arguments, and drama as Jeremy learns how challenging running a farm can be, but he's always had help along the way.

Speaking about the new season, Jeremy said: "I'm genuinely thrilled that we are doing a third season of Clarkson's Farm. I've had some great new ideas, all of which have made Charlie, Lisa and Kaleb deeply unhappy."

But he told The Times that his farm has faced a lot of challenges recently.

"Behind the scenes everything that could go wrong has gone wrong," he says.

As to why the show has been so popular, he told the paper: "It was an enjoyable way of learning about where your food comes from. Because lecturing people doesn’t work. Television is rather obsessed with organic and diversity and sustainability, rather than where food actually comes from and the actual people who make it for you. The Kaleb Coopers and the Geralds and Charlie Ireland and so on. I think it's been a very useful programme for making people go, 'Bloody hell, you work very hard doing that and earn no money at all.'"

In an interview with The Sun, Kaleb revealed that Jeremy is good at something!

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He said: "Bear with me, it’s hard to get this out, but he's not a bad pig farmer. He’s actually really good at it. It’s the one job I can leave him do, and he’s surprisingly good."

He added: "He’s great at bringing piglets into the world and takes pride in them. It’s amazing to see. It’s a skill, pig farming. Although I don’t want to big him up too much."

Jeremy has revealed that pigs are his favourite farm animal and they will feature a lot in the new series.

Clarkson’s Farm series 3 launches globally on Prime Video on May 3.