Irish farmers go topless for a good cause
The popular Irish Farmers Calendar is back with 12 new farmers who, together with their beloved livestock, have decided to (partially) take their clothes off to raise funds for Bóthar, a charity organisation with the aim of “sending livestock to the developing world”.
The latest release will feature men from Kilkenny, Dublin, Kerry, Mayo and Derry, happy to show their classy berets in aid of this charity. Its growing popularity has allowed the initiative to reach partnerships in countries like the US, and even with St. Martin’s Press, one of the biggest publishing houses in Ireland.
The 2016 calendar is on sale now for €10.