A killer's decimating the chickens; prize boar is out of control; 800,000 bees.
Jimmy's employees have left him, animals are running free and a serious accident.
The business is growing but the problems are multiplying also; Jim struggles to keep his favorite pig alive.
After eight months, Jimmy is still not breaking even and his only chance of survival is his farm shop.
Sixty pigs now run wild across Jimmy's fields; the first sausages go to market; the breeding project with the rare Essex pigs is not going well.
The first pigs arrive; Jimmy plans to be selling sausages by September even though he has no idea how they are actually made.
Jimmy Doherty quits his city lifestyle, borrows 55,000 pounds and buys a derelict farm in Suffolk, to the bemusement and displeasure of family and friends.
Monetary meltdown threatens Jimmy, this is his last chance to prove he can make it.
Jimmy takes over a derelict farm hoping to bring traditional farming and foods to the nation.
Stockman Steve is brought in to handle the free-range, rare breed pigs; Jimmy's accountant tells him the farm is losing money.