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Young farmer Cooper has been attempting to train the former Top Gear host in his newest venture - learning how to farm 1,000 acres of land in the Cotswolds.
And of course, it is a joy to watch him disgustedly lay into Clarkson for his shoddy work.
Jeremy purchased the land without any prior experience of running a farm and soon needed the help of Kaleb.
But Kaleb has said it's not been easy to tell Clarkson what to do.
He said he wasn't impressed with some of Jeremy's attempts.
Kaleb told The Daily Express: "There are a few different ones I really did enjoy, like when I gave him that b******ing for the way he'd done the drilling. I laugh about it now, but I was fuming. I was so angry.
"I'd just taught this person how to do this job, and now all of a sudden he's not listening to me at all! He took it on the chin though."
Kaleb said he used to work for the previous owner, but when that farmer retired, Jeremy took it upon himself to take over.
But he soon realised he was out of his depth, which is when he approached Kaleb for help.
Kaleb continued: "So I taught Jeremy. We have an amazing relationship really, we have a great laugh.
"He does annoy me sometimes. I take it quite seriously, you see.
"I've farmed there for the last four years, and I know everything about it.
"So, I kind of treat it as my own, in a way, so I wanted to see it making money and doing very well. So if he does f*** up, it really annoys me."
Clarkson's relative ineptitude is central to the show - and he is the first to admit that he hasn't a clue what he's doing when it comes to farming.
He told LADbible: "It's like when I lift the bonnet on a car. It's all just witchcraft, I have no idea what's going on.
"If I put you on a farm and said, 'Right, run that', nobody has a clue. You go and buy a loaf of bread, you have no idea, no idea how it was made. None of us do... Definitely a fish out of water is what I was."