Jeremy Clarkson has given a brutal warning to viewers of Clarkson’s Farm.

The hit Prime Video series returned on Friday for season three but it wasn’t without heartbreak.

Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson bought Diddly Squat Farm in 2008 and the series documenting life there aired in 2021.

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Since then the Chipping Norton farm has risen to global fame with it becoming a firm favourite on Prime Video.

The latest season has shown the death of some piglets though which Clarkson has warned is brutal.

Taking to X on Saturday afternoon, Clarkson wrote: “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.”

New episodes of the show will be released throughout the month on the streaming service.