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Female farmers strip off to pose in a NAKED in charity calendar

Watch out for cow pats! Farmers pose naked with sheep, cattle and dogs for charity calendar – using bales of hay and baskets of eggs to cover their modestyNicola de Pulford travelled all over the country taking pictures of volunteers Brave farmers stripped down and wore nothing but boots for the risque shots Calendar started as male-only but now a separate female calendar is producedPhotographer Nicola estimates the calendars have raised £100,000 for charityBy Bridie Pearson-jones For Mailonline Published: 07:55 EST, 17 November 2019 | Updated: 08:48 EST, 17 November 2019 Farmers from across Britain have stripped off and posed amid hay bales and animals including cattle, sheep and dogs for a naked charity 2020 calendar.Photographer Nicola de Pulford travelled all over the country taking pictures of the brave volunteers who agreed to tastefully undress for a chance to appear as the farming star of the month in the charity calendar.Photos show the frisky farmers doing their usual work – only completely in the buff. Farmers from across Britain have stripped off and posed amid hay bails and animals for a naked 2020 calendar. One image shows Miss November Ali down on one knee while feeding young cows and wearing nothing but Wellington Boots Photographer Nicola de Pulford travelled all over the country taking pictures of the brave volunteers who agreed to tastefully undress for a chance to appear as the farming star of the month in the charity calendar. Pictured is Miss August Jenna feeding a goat from her hand while completely nude. Photos show the frisky farmers doing their usual work alongside working animals goats, sheep, calves and dogs. Pictured is Gemma starring as Miss July Nicola de Pulford, explained that she’s been creating the calendars since before the roaring success of 2003 film Calendar Girls – which is based on a true story of a group of middle aged women from a Yorkshire Women’s Institute who shot a naked calendar to raise money for Leukemia research. Pictured is Vikki as Miss February posing with a cow Now two calendars are shot every year and Nicola estimates sales have totalled more than £100,000 for various charities. Pictured is Charlie starring as Miss MayOne image shows Miss November, Ali, down on one knee while feeding young cows and wearing nothing but wellington boots.  Another has Miss August, Jenna, feeding a goat from her hand while completely nude.Nicola de Pulford, explained that she’s been creating the calendars since before the roaring success of 2003 film Calendar Girls – which is based on a true story of a group of middle aged women from a Yorkshire Women’s Institute who shot a naked calendar to raise money for Leukemia research.She said: ‘The idea came from me and we started before the WI in 1999 and it was because farming in the UK was in such a bad state at that time due to the European export ban on British beef.’I thought if they won’t have our agricultural products they can have our boys… the first calendar was only male.’Anyone who contacts me and is involved in farming in some way gets to be in the calendars, age is no barrier. Nicola said: ‘The idea came from me and we started before the WI in 1999 and it was because farming in the UK was in such a bad state at that time due to the European export ban on British beef’ Pictured left is the 2020 male calendar and right the 2020 female calendar  The 2020 calendar sales will raise money for the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline, to help those still suffering as a result of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Pictured is Daisy as Miss September Nicola explained that anyone can get involved and age is no barrier. Pictured is Sam as Miss April Emily, who here stars as Miss March, used a lamb friend to hide her modesty as she poses naked on a bail of hay’The oldest man was 73 and a lady of 63 so far. All the models also get paid but they don’t usually know this when they apply.’All the shops we supply also make a profit on the calendars they sell and we only supply independent outlets.’Now two calendars are shot every year and  Nicola estimates sales have totalled more than £100,000 for various charities.   The 2020 calendar sales will raise money for the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline, to help those still suffering as a result of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.For more information, visit thefarmerscalendar.co.uk. Calendars retail at £7.99 plus £1.50 p&p. Nicola added: ‘All the models also get paid but they don’t usually know this when they apply’. Pictured is Paris starring as Miss December ‘All the shops we supply also make a profit on the calendars they sell and we only supply independent outlets’ Nicola continued. In this image, Miss June Sarah stands in front of a bush and covers up with a basket This picture shows Sian starring as Miss January with a canine companion. Sian told up a hay bail to load onto the back of a truck Pictured is Chloe as Miss October. Chloe hides behind bails of hay with a dog friend joining her for the picture 
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