Irish farmers get together every year to create a calendar which is sold all over Ireland to raise funds for charity.
And Irish Farmers?
Put them together and what do you have?
The perfect ingredients for a calendar to support a fantastic charity!
Bothar (Gaelic for road), a charity devoted to sending livestock to the developing world, receives 25% of the calendar’s profits.
Perhaps, the perfect gift for Mom? Then again, she might just faint when she opens The Irish Farmer Calendar, only to behold pages of bare-chested, Irish farmers strutting their stuff in wellies, surrounded by horses, cows, pigs, and ducks.
Maybe an Irish granny might appreciate some 100% Irish beef for Christmas?
This popular calendar is back for 2012, due to the overwhelming success of the 2010 and 2011 issues.
If you think your aunt or cousin might appreciate some fine, young Irish men, wearing wellies and a smile, then you have found the perfect gift.
If you are a little scatter brained like myself, frequently forgetting to mark important dates on your calendar, what better incentive for organization could there be?
The opportunity to gaze at these manly, Irish hunks, will not only encourage you to make those dental appointments for the kids, but guarantee you’ll accurately record the time and date on your lovely calendar.
Wishing you all a year of happy planning with the aid of these fine, Irish men.
If I only knew how many acres each one owns, I’d be a happy Irish woman indeed!
A minimum of forty acres should be required before any modeling application is accepted!
And what about a combine harvester?
Maybe next year????
Thanks for following my recipes and ramblings.
Slán agus beannacht,
(Goodbye and blessings)
Irish American Mom
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