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Naked Irish farmers in steamy calendar shoot

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Irish Farmers took to the streets of Dublin baring all in aid of the charity Bothar.

The group’s 2010 Irish Farmers Calendar did so well last year that they’ve decided to start over for 2011.

Wearing little other than tweed caps and jeans the lovely Irish lads from last year’s calendar were called “100% Irish Beef." It seems that this year’s will be just as high quality.

Kevin McGonagle (23) posed for shots in the middle of Westmoreland Street, Dublin, yesterday wearing nothing but jeans, a pitchfork and a cheeky grin.

Last year’s calendar saw the hunky outdoorsmen posing with their cattle, pigs and amongst their bales of hay. This year’s edition will a see a whole new batch of farmers on the twelve month spread.

Ciara Ryan (25), from Dundrum, Dublin, set up the calendar last year when she lost her job. It went so well that she decided to launch it again this year.

"There are farmers from all over the country, they all applied through the web. But Irish farmers are a shy bunch so it's been quite difficult finding some models."

Over 20 percent of all profits made from the calendar goes to the Irish charity,  Bothar. Bothar specializes in improved livestock production and support related training and community development through out Africa, South America and Asia.

To see more snaps of last year’s agricultural heroes visit - www.farmercalendar.com.

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