“I can still hear the shrill, keening noise he made, though, so there’s no way I was going to try to unjam my barn door while perched on a long wooden killing machine. Especially when I have a JCB telehandler.”
Jeremy went on to share his fears about “toppling over” and falling underneath his tractor after experiencing a close call last year.
The presenter said: “Another issue in farming is being crushed.
“I don’t even want to think about that, but soon I shall have to because it’s that time of year when I have to cultivate my game covers. And one is located on a precipitous slope.
“Last year I was almost sitting on the side window of my tractor as I went along and I was acutely aware that at any moment it could topple over and that I’d end up underneath it, being pushed into the ground like a tent peg. I’m told this is the most painful way to die.”
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