Diddly Squat: ‘Til The Cows Come Home (Paperback)
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Diddly Squat: ‘Til The Cows Come Home (Paperback)

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Published: 11/05/2023
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Waterstones Says

Detailing Jeremy's continued misadventures on his chaotic Chipping Norton farm, 'Til the Cows Come Home delivers big laughs and scene-stealing animals aplenty.

The seeds are being sown, the soil turned, the farm shop restocked - that's right, it's time for another riotous trip to Diddly Squat Farm with farmer-in-progress Jeremy Clarkson . . .

Welcome back to Clarkson's Farm.

At the end of Jeremy's first year in the tractor's driving seat, Diddly Squat farm rewarded him with a profit of just GBP144. So, while he's the first to admit that he's still only a 'trainee farmer'*, there is clearly still work to be done.

Because while he's mastered the art of moaning about nearly everything, some of the other attributes required of a successful farmer prove more of a challenge.

Who knew, for instance . . .
That loading a grain trailer was more demanding than flying an Apache gunship?
That cows were more dangerous than motor-racing?
Or that it would have been easier to get planning permission to build a nuclear power station than to turn an old barn into a farm restaurant?

But if the council planning department and the local red trouser brigade seem determined to frustrate his schemes at every turn, at least he's got Lisa, Kaleb, Cheerful Charlie and Gerald, his dry-stone-walling Head of Security to see him through.

Life on Clarkson's Farm may not always go according to plan. There may not always be one. But there's not a day goes by when Jeremy can't say 'I've done a thing' and mean it . . .

* generous, in Kaleb's view

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781405954631
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 170 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 15 mm


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If you want a laugh, it's Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat: 'Til the Cows Come Home . . . The book will keep us going until the next TV series appears. - Spectator

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“Great”

This is the second newspaper columns book in the diddly squat era... Diddly squat: 'til the cows come home picks up from the first volume as Jeremy gives us his farmer's eye view of farming. Like the first... More

Hardback edition
1 similar book recommended
Helpful? Upvote 41
Mick 1916

“Just Brilliant”

Following on from from his first Diddly Squat book a great and funny read also very relatable for anyone who is in or connected to the farming industry or just has an interest in the rural life.

Hardback edition
Helpful? Upvote 19

“Funny, but dissapointingly large print, so less than you would expect”

The book is a collection of Jeremy's Sunday paper column articles, if you have read them the book is nothing new for you. I found it funny, as I like his writing, and the series, but was disappointed that it was... More

Hardback edition
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