CLARKSON'S Farm duo Jeremy Clarkson and Kaleb Cooper clashed again in another hilarious farming disagreement.
Filming for the Amazon Prime show is over – but the bickering between the two hasn't.
Kaleb took to Instagram to show off Jeremy's broken gate.
He captioned the snap: “It was all going so well until someone decided they didn’t like the gate anymore.
"Wonder who that was @jeremyclarkson1.”
Jeremy commented: “So annoying.”
Fans joined in and pointed out it might have something to do with Jeremy’s huge Lamborghini tractor.
One said: “It's the consequence when you have a Lamborghini R8 Tractor.”
A second wrote: “Gerald is on the payroll for a reason. Have him give a discussion of mending the fence.”
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Another penned: “Are you keeping a tally of the number of fences he has ruined? I think it should be a betting pool for the fans at the end of the season…”
Last week, Jeremy has revealed all about a big loss on his farm as he opened up about his agricultural struggles.
The 61-year-old's exploits in farming have been documented on his hit Amazon Prime Video series, Clarkson's Farm.
While Jezza has had many triumphs since becoming a farmer, he has also had some tough times, including the loss of 10 acres of crops.
In a recent interview, Jeremy explained the tough decisions he has to make when it comes to using chemicals like insecticides.
He said: "If you spray neonicotinoids on oil seed rape, which you have to do to stop flea beetles eating it, that hurts the bees.
“So everybody would say you mustn’t do that. We must not hurt the bees, it’s obvious.
"However, if you don’t use neonicotinoids your oil seed rape basically dies. I lost about ten acres of it last year.”
Clarkson's Farm is available to watch on Amazon Prime video.
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