Kaleb Cooper confirmed that filming is currently underway for series 2 of Clarkson’s Farm, after it was renewed last July.

The no-nonsense tractor driver took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a snap from Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm.

He wrote alongside the photo: “Filming has begun. Enjoy every minute of it, too! 

Production: Kaleb Cooper has confirmed filming for series two of Clarkson's Farm is now 'well underway' after it was renewed in July

Production: Kaleb Cooper has confirmed filming for series two of Clarkson’s Farm is now ‘well underway’ after it was renewed in July

Many of Kaleb’s fans were thrilled to hear the news. One wrote: “Can’t wait until season 2!”

Another added: “Can’t wait for that.” The best thing about the television,’ while another added: “Keep up the great work Matey, and keep Clarkson under control.” 

Jeremy said he was ‘delighted’ to return with another series. This will follow his attempts to diversify his agricultural knowledge and expand it with Kaleb’s help.

The former Top Gear host stated in a video that he was delighted to announce the second series of Clarkson’s Farm. 

Back in action: The no-nonsense tractor driver took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a snap from Jeremy Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm

Back in action: The no-nonsense tractor driver took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a snap from Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm

Kaleb interrupted Kaleb: ‘You mean Kaleb’s Farm? 

Jeremy continued: ‘No. The big team is back, with cheerful Charlie, Lisa, Gerald, and the fetus in tractor. 

Clarkson’s Farm was the first series. It followed a year of backbreaking, often hilarious, and intense farming for Britain’s most unlikely farmer, Jeremy.

Fans queued for up to four hours outside the new farm shop because of its success.

Reaction: Several of Kaleb's followers were thrilled by the news with one writing: 'Can't wait for season 2'

Reaction: Several of Kaleb’s followers were thrilled by the news with one writing: ‘Can’t wait for season 2’

Clarkson’s Farm is the story of Jeremy’s 2008 purchase of the plot of land. It follows his experiences with the 1,000-acre farm.

Viewers watched Jeremy and his ragtag group of agricultural associates battle the worst farming weather for decades, disobedient crops, unresponsive animals, and an unexpected pandemic.

Recently, the presenter revealed that he was ‘happiest’ he had ever been and that he ‘loved every minute’ of filming the new hit program.

On its official website, His Diddly Squat shop describes itself as a small barn filled with good, no-nonsense items.

Kaleb, the farmhand, was nicknamed “the real star at Clarkson’s Farm”.

Show: Jeremy said he is 'delighted' to be back with another series, which will follow him trying to diversify and expand his agricultural knowledge with Kaleb's help

Show: Jeremy said he is ‘delighted’ to be back with another series, which will follow him trying to diversify and expand his agricultural knowledge with Kaleb’s help  

He has helped Top Gear’s former presenter and amateur farmer to get to know his farm of 1,000 acres in Oxfordshire. The pair have become an unlikely television double act.

The Manchester United fan, who recently had Oscar with Taya, went to Ieft at 16 and spent four years as an apprentice working on a cow farm. He then moved to Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm in order to drive tractors.

Kaleb’s success is a testament to his loyal Instagram fans, who have grown to 80,000 since the show’s beginning. Kaleb is now being tipped to launch his own TV career and he even said he would be open for I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!

Cooper was “a little nervous” when the idea of creating a series was first raised. He didn’t know how it would turn out.

Sidekick: In a video, Jeremy said: 'I'm delighted to say that there will be a second series of Clarkson's Farm.' To which Kaleb interrupted: 'You mean, Kaleb's Farm?

Sidekick – Jeremy stated in a clip that he was thrilled to announce the second season of Clarkson’s Farm. Kaleb interrupted Kaleb, saying: ‘You mean Kaleb’s Farm?

He is not afraid to speak up and calls out Jeremy for his mistakes. These include buying a tractor too big and building a small barn.

He regularly brands the former Top Gear host a ‘f***ing idiot’ and has been called a ‘rural halfwit’ in return.

Kaleb stated that he never listens to him. He does the opposite of what I tell him. I get very annoyed when his mistakes are made. It is true.

He said that he was never scared by the TV because he didn’t know what he was doing.

Kaleb says that the jokes are just the beginning of a friendship. He adds: “We laugh all the time. Our banter and senses of humor are very similar.” He’s a great guy.

Challenges: Clarkson bought the plot of land in 2008 and Clarkson's Farm follows the presenter's highs and lows of tackling the 1,000 acre working farm

Clarkson purchased the land plot in 2008, and Clarkson’s Farm follows his highs and lows when it comes to managing the 1,000-acre farm.