The Everybody In Love singer was sprayed in the face by robbers while his wife Chloe Tangney, 33, was threatened with a knife when their home was raided in the middle of the night by four intruders in November 2020.
Gill, 35, told the Mail Online: "We've not spoken about it much in public on purpose. But, we are taking each day as it comes.
"We just really want to protect our children. Our family is very important to us and it underpins everything that we do."
The star of CBeebies' Down On The Farm lives on the Kent farm with his son Ace, seven, and daughter Chiara, three.
A spokesman for Gill told MailOnline shortly after the incident: "JB and his wife had hoped to keep details of the incident private in order to safeguard their young family.
"They are all well and safe having increased home security."
The singer and TV presenter said becoming a farmer after having a career in the music industry had been like going from "one extreme to another", but added that he is now "passionate" about agriculture.
However Gill revealed when they bought the country house they had never planned to make it a working farm.
He said: "It was about 2012 when we bought our home. There are about 13 acres of land that came with it. That's small when it comes to farming!
"And whether it's an acre or a hundred acres, you have to maintain it. I didn't have plans to go into farming, but that's what the land had been used for my previous owners.
"The idea grew in popularity for me. We started with one pig named Ginger. We now have loads of pigs and turkeys. It's a huge passion of mine. I've been blessed for it to happen."
Gill rose to fame with JLS bandmates Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, and Oritse Williams after appearing on the ITV talent show in 2008.
They went their separate ways in 2013 but reunited for a tour in 2021.