Hot to trot! Country girls get down and dirty on the farm as they strip off on the farm for naked calendar
These buxom country beauties proved they are ‘game birds’ when they posed naked around the farm – and even in their local country pub.
The 24 stunners stripped off for a sizzling photo shoot in honour of a Casanova male friend who died in a car crash last year.
The shots, featuring naked lasses aged 18-40 wearing nothing but riding boots and hunting gear, will feature in a saucy calendar in memory of Richard Warr.
Richard, 21, was killed in a car crash in August last year and his army of female followers decided the best tribute to him was to pose in the buff.
Zoe Hooper, who organised the calendar, said Richard had a “way with the ladies.”
The mum-of-two said: “Richard was a real charmer, all the ladies loved him from the grannies to the teens.
“He had quite a serious girlfriend and had settled down.
“It could be said that Rich had a way with the ladies and appreciated the female form, but that would be an extreme understatement.
“That’s one of the reasons that we came up with the whole idea. We wanted to capture his whole personality.
“He also loved the great outdoors and country sports, especially shooting and was always up for trying daring challenges and new experiences.
“Richard’s family were so supportive as well, they made sure everyone had a glass of wine so we were relaxed for the photos.
“We are all very rural and from all walks of life who love the great outdoors.”
In one of the saucy snaps, two women carrying a tray and glasses of port stand completely naked in a wooded area – with their modesty only covered by bag straps and shotguns.
Another cheeky snap shows a pretty nude brunette leading a horse down a rural path.
Tragic Richard, from Pencombe, Herefordshire, died when his Mazda pick-up truck collided with a Seat Ibiza on August 5 last year.
The cheeky calendar will be officially launched on November 3 and the women plan to donate all of the proceeds to the Midlands Air Ambulance.
The #10 calendar can be ordered by visiting www.gamebirdscalendar.co.uk.