The show follows another year in the life of Diddly Squat Farm, run by Jeremy Clarkson, Britain’s best-known but least-qualified farmer as he continues his attempt to increase the farm’s annual profit from £144 in his first year.

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After the triumphant finale of Season 2, we return to Diddly Squat Farm to find things in turmoil. The council has shut the restaurant and the weather is ruining the crops. Desperate for new income streams Jeremy enters a world of pig sex, goat attacks and mountains of mushrooms. As always, he relies on the support of his farming family, with Kaleb promoted to farm manager, Cheerful Charlie warning of crippling costs and poor yields and Lisa getting her hands dirty with the pigs.

Desperate to turn the tide, Jeremy decides to “farm the unfarmed” – to try and make money from the 500 acres of hedgerows and woodland where no crops are grown. This ignites a blizzard of schemes that he hopes will generate cash and sees him bouncing between pig farming, jam making, goat herding, deer hunting and mushroom growing. These ventures vary between success and total failure. This season contains the saddest moments ever seen on Diddly Squat, all part of the reality of life on a farm.