Jeremy Clarkson and his crew on the farm are preparing to return to Amazon Prime Video screens, and it's not just British viewers who are keen to watch. 

According to the latest Google Trends, there are eager viewers across the world awaiting the launch of series three of Clarkson's Farm, which is filmed in Chadlington in Oxfordshire.

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Over the past week ahead of the premiere, the greatest number of online searches for Clarkson's Farm have unsurprisingly come from the United Kingdom. 

Outside of local viewers, however, interest is highest in Australia, Ireland and New Zealand. 

These figures come as Clarkson's Farm manager Kaleb Cooper, 25, appeared on Australia's Victorian Country Hour radio program on national broadcaster, the ABC. 

Mr Cooper took presenter Warwick Long through his journey into farming as well as his hatred for sheep - best exemplified by his "diss track" listing all the things he dislikes about the woolly animals. 

He also spoke about the importance of putting food on the table.

At the time of writing Norway, Denmark, South Africa, Latvia, the Netherlands and Sweden complete the top 10 of destinations interested in the program. 

The latest series will feature Mr Clarkson trying his hand at pig farming while Diddly Squat Farm battles severe hot weather. 

Clarkson's Farm will also highlight how inflation has driven up the prices of supplies and continued planning disputes.