Jeremy Clarkson left scrambling as cows break out of field and make a run for it after just one day on farm | The Sun

JEREMY Clarkson was left udderley shocked when his herd of cows attempted to make a run from it in the new series of his hit show.

Clarkson's Farm, back on Amazon Prime now, sees Jezza purchasing some cows in order to provide a steady income.

Having sought the advice of land agent Charlie Ireland, Jeremy attempted to get the cows settled in as he showed the new arrivals off to his partner Lisa Hogan and fellow farmer Kaleb Cooper.

As Kaleb exclaimed how relaxed the newbies were, it appeared that disaster was about to strike as Lisa was quickly left calling her partner over.

Lisa shouted: "Jeremy! They are trying to get over the fence."

The camera then panned to show the animals making a run for it out of Diddly Squat Farm as they began to break through the wooden fence.

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Kaleb shouted: "Oh, f***ing hell."

As the cows ploughed onto the neighbouring field, Jeremy could be heard shouting in despair:  "Sh**! They'll be on the road."

With the cows on the move, Kaleb attempted to keep the herd together as Jeremy was left scrambling as he could be heard saying: "The road is up there, there's no fence."

As Jeremy was left frantic, Kaleb was quick to bark the orders and tell the former Top Gear star what to do.

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Kaleb told him he needed to open a gate at the top of the field as the cows started to head toward the corner.

Thankfully the quick thinking prevailed as the cows made their way back to the comforts of the farm.

The Grand Tour host sighed: "We have only had them a day… one day."

It appeared the issue was a recurring one as the cows continued to bolt for neighbouring fields at any given moment as Jeremy remarked how they had become just as unruly as his sheep.

Laughing about the cow invasions, Kaleb remarked: "There was definitely one cow in that herd that hated Jeremy, I tell you.

"We called her the Attack Cow. She was just protecting her calf, and Jeremy got in the wrong place at the wrong time."

Speaking of his decision to get some cows for the farm, Jeremy said: "I don’t know anything about cow farming. Literally nothing at all.

"I wanted to get Friesians, and apparently, they’re used to make milk. I didn’t know. I didn’t know anything.

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"I ended up with a fleet of shorthorn cows. Everyone nods and says, 'Oh, they’re good.' I don’t know why."

Clarkson's Farm is streaming now on Amazon Prime.

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