Vet students strip off and get naked for charity in ‘Bums For The Bush’ calendar

A group of veterinary school student’s have shot a very cheeky naked calendar to raise money for farmers hit by Australia’s 2019-2020 devastating bushfires.

Swapping their lab coats for the wild west, students at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science have got their kit off to pose for a 2021 charity calendar at a farm.

The group donned cowboy boots and smiled alongside horses, cows and rabbits at a farm while covering their assets with hats and hay straight from the bale.

Other pictures showed the girls and guys outside in the countryside alongside straddling farm equipment for a good cause.

Creating a naked calendar is a decade-long, charitable tradition at the Sydney School of Veterinary Science, and this year proceeds will go to help farmers hit by the 2020 bushfires.

The campaign, dubbed Bums For The Bush, is available at BumsForTheBush.com and assures customers it is able to "ship all over the world".

The veterinarians-in-training also wanted to let the public know no animals were harmed in the making of the calendar.

Coronavirus restrictions made the beautifully shot calendar a bit more challenging for third-year students who took part in the shoot.

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On the calendar’s website, it says the models were split into small groups under 15 people that had to stay separate throughout the day.

It said: "After careful planning to adhere to the current NSW COVID-19 regulations, the models were split up into small groups under 15 people that stayed separate throughout the day.

"Masks were used in between shoots and larger group photos seen were taken in small groups and edited together in post."

The school added: "As veterinary students, animal welfare considerations were at the top of our priority list going into the shoot.

"The animals used are accustomed to human interaction and were involved for the smallest time possible to take the pictures."

Calendars cost $25 in Australian dollars – roughly £13.80 – and can be pre-ordered online by emailing [email protected]

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