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Slices of Irish beef – the topless farmers calendar’s back

The topless Irish farmer’s calendar is back for its ninth year, with twelve months’ worth of Irish muscle for the ladies to enjoy.

“The Irish Farmers Calendar 2018” is now available online for just €13.09 including postage and packaging.

Slices of  Irish beef – the topless farmers calendar's back

The 2018 calendar shows hunky farmers from across Ireland in a variety of working scenarios.

Farmer February is having trouble with the traffic as he tries to start his car. Farmer March looks like he might have outgrown his tractor, while Farmer April is keeping himself in shape by doing a bit of weight lifting.

Slices of  Irish beef – the topless farmers calendar's back

Later in the year, Farmer August is enjoying a bit of a jam with his funky farmyard friends.

If you would like to buy your own copy of the calendar, then please visit farmercalendar.com. All proceeds going to Bothar, a charity that sends livestock to help build communities in the developing world.

Slices of  Irish beef – the topless farmers calendar's back

The Irish Farmer Calendar continues to support its nominated charity Bóthar – sending livestock to the developing world since 1991.

Irish doctors have followed the farmers lead by producing a calendar of their own. Click here to decide which profession you find hunkier – farmers or doctors.

Slices of  Irish beef – the topless farmers calendar's back

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