Jeremy Clarkson’s Oxfordshire farm is the busiest it has been since last summer after tourists arrived.

Diddly Squat Farm in Chipping Norton was purchased by the former Top Gear host in 2008 and has since become the site of a pilgrimage for many fans.

This is due to its growing popularity having been the main feature in hit Prime Video series Clarkson’s Farm which documents day-to-day life on the farm.

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Four episodes of season three of the popular show was released on Friday which resulted in masses flocking to the location on Saturday.

The Scottish Farmer: Diddly Squat Farm was visited by the masses on Saturday.Diddly Squat Farm was visited by the masses on Saturday. (Image: Newsquest)

Hundreds of people arrived with huge queues forming to access the famous Farm Shop as well as the bar which was serving the farm’s own Hawkstone lager and cider.

One staff member who spoke to the Oxford Mail confirmed just how busy it had been on Saturday, saying: “It hasn’t been this busy since mid-summer last year.

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“Friday wasn’t too bad but today’s amazing weather as well as the season dropping has made for this and we were expecting it.”

Fans of the show travelled from far and wide including Anna, Remi and Sarah who are originally from Minnesota in the United States.

“We’re big fans of the show,” they said.

“One of us has been watching for years but the rest of us just got into it so we figured if we were in the area, it would be fun to visit.

The Scottish Farmer: Clarkson's Farm season three was released on Friday.Clarkson's Farm season three was released on Friday. (Image: Newsquest)

“We have never been here before but we are hoping to find some jam and honey and the beer sounds quite exciting.

“The queues are to be expected and we feel it is especially busy because the new season just came out.

“We have managed to watch an episode of the show while we have been waiting in the queue.”

The Scottish Farmer: Queues of hundreds waiting outside of the farm shop.Queues of hundreds waiting outside of the farm shop. (Image: Newsquest)

As the queues built up staff warned visitors to move their cars from the grass verge outside of the Farm Shop.

This was because the car park had already filled up early in the day and desperate fans had resorted to parking anywhere and everywhere in an attempt to reach the farm.

Jeremy Clarkson himself also spoke out on the Saturday, addressing concerns over the “brutality” of the new episodes of the show.

Taking to social media platform X, he said: “Thank you all for sending such kind words about Clarkson’s Farm 3.

“I know it’s tough to watch in places but that’s farming sometimes: brutal.

“It’s probably a good idea to say that four more episodes of Clarkson’s Farm are out next week and I promise they’re less harrowing.”