Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper has released the music video to his recent charity single.

Mr Cooper, from Chipping Norton, released his charity single, I Can’t Stand Sheep!, earlier this year in an effort to raise awareness of the struggles faced by the farming community.

All profits from the song are donated to the The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RABI).

RABI is a charity that supports farmers through practical, financial, and emotional aid.

The charity's helpline number is included in the lyrics to raise additional awareness.

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The country-rap music video has until now been exclusive to theatre audiences as part of Mr Cooper’s national tour, The World According to Kaleb.

However, earlier today (April 12), the music video was posted on Mr Cooper’s YouTube and social media channels.

Mr Cooper, who has been involved in farming since his school days, said: "All the way through the tour I’ve been asking the audience if they think I should release this music video into the wild.

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"Well, your votes were cast and as promised, it’s coming out.

"However questionable my dance moves and rap skills are, it’s all for a brilliant cause."

He added: "I hope this music video continues to raise awareness for the RABI.

"Farmers are going through such a challenging time, especially with the weather at the moment.

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"It’s so important to make sure we are all able to talk about our problems and get help when we need it, which is where organisations like the RABI come in and do such incredible work supporting farming people in this country."

The song jokingly showcases Mr Cooper's dislike of sheep and carries a poignant message for farmers feeling the pressures of the profession.

At the time of the song's release, he said: "Never did I think I’d be saying these words that I’m releasing a record.

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"When you listen to it, you’ll realise why I didn’t every think it was possible - my singing voice isn’t a match for my farming skills by any stretch.

"I had a lot of fun recording it and I hope that people like it - but there is also a serious side to it."

He added: "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."

Mr Cooper's tour, The World According to Kaleb, ran from January 25 to March 11, ending in his hometown of Chipping Norton.