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How ya gonna keep ‘em down on the farm? Like this!

June 2, 2008

calendar-2-160.jpgBlog Guy, with food prices soaring all over the world, I’m curious about whether any country has been able to keep farming costs under control?

Yes, Switzerland has succeeded in keeping its young men and women very interested in staying on the farm, working long hours for low wages.

Their secret is a new concept called “lingerie farming,” in which farm chores are done in skimpy outfits. So far it’s been very popular, although skeptics do wonder how well it will work during high-altitude alpine winters.

Meanwhile, these attractive farmers and farmeresses have been chosen to pose for a risqué farm calendar called “Swiss Cheese!”

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Models pose during casting for the annual Swiss Farmers Calendar in the village of Seegraeben near Zurich, May, 2008. REUTERS photos by Arnd Wiegmann

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Pink Acres is the place to be,
Gay farming is the life for me!
Land spreadin’ out so far and wide,
Keep Castro Street, just give me that countryside.

Posted by Charlene | Report as abusive
 

Ok…

I can guarantee you that anyone caught farming in their undies out here in East Texas would end up getting that big goofy grin wiped off their faces….

Posted by K | Report as abusive
 

The UK should take note: farmer’s actually grow food!

And they look great anked – well semi anyway!

More than enough reason to champion farming as a great work ethic and lifestyle.

Pitchforks ready children! And dig…

Posted by The Truth Is... | Report as abusive
 

‘anked’ should read ‘naked’!

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Farm-out!

 

the new farmers calendar was launched this weekend, the pictures were just published a few days ago. the pictures are on http://www.bauernkalender.ch

Posted by colin | Report as abusive
 

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