English broadcaster, writer, journalist, and former Top Gear presenter turned farmer, Jeremy Clarkson, has released a branded merchandise range to his Diddly Squat Farm online shop.
Items include DSF-branded tractor socks, t-shirts, mugs, hats, handkerchiefs, caps, paper straws, cufflinks, beanies, tea towels, bags, candles, key rings, kitchen utensils, and aprons.
Prices for items, which can be purchased online, range from £4.30- £62.00.
A number of other goods, including rapeseed oil, apple juice and homemade jams and chutney, are available direct from its farm shop and cannot be purchased through the e-commerce store.
Clarkson previously described his Diddy Squat Farm Shop as a “Cotswolds-based emporium of eligible delights and potatoes”.
A preview of listings in the Diddly Squat Farm collection:
- Chopping board bundle – £62.00;
- Long-sleeved tractor t-shirt – £32.00;
- Cotswold Monopoly – £32.00;
- Travel cup and wooden spoon offer – £31.00;
- Bee juice, dipper and soap – £26.80;
- Suede hat – £26.00;
- Cufflinks – £26.00;
- ‘This smells like my burning log’ candle – £22.50;
- ‘This smells like my bollocks’ candle – £22.50;
- ‘Speed and power’ green tractor t-shirt – £22.50;
- Beanies – black/grey/cream/maroon ribbed or navy ribbed (men and women – bobbles also available) – £22.50;
- Matching white ‘speed and power’ tractor t-shirt – £50;
- Kids’ t-shirt (white) – £20.00;
- Black/blue cap – £20.00;
- Bucket cap – £20.00;
- Diddly Squat – ‘Til the Comes Come Home book – £20.00;
- Apron – £19.50;
- ‘The best bag in the world’ tractor tote bag – £18.50;
- Tractor handkerchief – £16.00;
- Diddly bottle opener trowel – £14.50;
- Birds of Diddly Squat collection – £12.00;
- Tractor/animal tea towel – £9.50;
- A Year on the Farm book – from £8.99.
- Ground coffee – £6.95;
- Seasonings – Mexican, pizza, pasta, pepper steak and Sunday roast blends – £5.90;
- Farm tractor key ring – £4.95.
You can see a full range via this online link.
We featured a news article on Clarkson’s newest book, Diddly Squat: ‘Til The Cows Come Home, last month.
According to a spokesperson for Penguin Michael Joseph, Clarkson brings together his latest Sunday Times farming columns in the second book in the Diddly Squat collection.
Its release follows his hugely successful Amazon Prime show, the latest series of which could hit our screens next year, as That’s Farming reported in this article.
The publishing firm has described Clarkson as “the surprising new poster boy for British farming”.
Read more in this news article.