Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper has revealed more about his working relationship with Jeremy Clarkson.

Mr Cooper is one of the stars of the Amazon series, which follows Mr Clarkson's efforts to run Diddly Squat Farm in Chadlington, near Chipping Norton.

Season three has been filmed but transmission dates have not yet been revealed.

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Three years ago the launch of the series made Mr Cooper, 25 a star.

He told Round & About magazine that he gets on with Mr Clarkson.

Mr Cooper added: "I've taught him a bit of farming but he doesn't listen.

"He's got a little knowledge and that's dangerous. But he taught me about the world of television.

"We do quite a bit together, we go to the pub.

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"If we've had an argument the day before we might not see each other for two days.

"We argue - I don't think that's ever going to change. But at the end of the day I'm right and he's wrong every time."

Mr Cooper has a new book out, Britain According to Kaleb, published by Quercus, which celebrates Britain's unusual traditions.

"I kept a voice recorder in the tractor and just chatted into it - win, win!," added Mr Cooper.

thisisoxfordshire: Kaleb CooperWhile he enjoys duck racing, he is reluctant to try wife-carrying.

"Not because my missus is heavy but because I know that if we lose I'm going to get a bollocking," he said.

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"My other half is very competitive you see.

"I can carry hay bales all day long but carrying a load precious to you is quite scary."

The father-of-two joked that it was "a miracle" he has two children as he hates being touched.

Next month he is taking part in a tour of venues starting on January 25.

He added: "I am a bit nervous but I hope everyone will be welcoming. I don't like crowds and I think everyone respects that."

The farmer said Chipping Norton was "the most amazing place in the world".

thisisoxfordshire: He added: "I just hope everyone wakes up in the morning like I do and feels 'I'm home'

"This is where I'll spend the rest of my life, on a farm nearby I hope."

Scenes from season two of Clarkson's Farm showed clashes between the Diddly Squat Farm team and West Oxfordshire District Council over planning applications for a car park and a restaurant, with Jeremy finally granted permission to extend the car park in June.

 Tickets for The World According to Kaleb: Kaleb Goes on Tour are on sale now and can be purchased via kaleblive.com 

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