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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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‘Hunks of ag charm’ in 2024 Irish Farmer Calendar

Back by popular demand, the 2024 edition of the hit Irish Farmer Calendar features “hunks of agricultural charm” from Cork, Wexford, Dublin, Roscommon, Tipperary, and Kilkenny.

The creator of the calendar series, Ciara Ryan, told that 2023 was to be the final edition of the calendar, but fans “cried out for more” and as a result, the ‘Fan Favourites’ edition was born.

This year, the calendar is a special edition of Fan Favourites featuring images from the last 13 years shot in locations over 6 counties and containing the work of 4 photographers.

2024 Irish Farmer Calendar

Ryan said that “so far, this has gone down a treat with fans and we see new orders coming in every day from all over the world”.

“It is great to see the calendar still has universal appeal in its 14th year.”

“Farmers appear in their full (or at least topless) glory along with a rabbit, a goat, a lamb, horses, hens and even a Lambourghini pulling a hay trailer.”

“The calendar was shot in Dublin, Kilkenny, Meath, Kildare and Wicklow throughout the last 13 years, compiling the best shots most popular with its fans the world over.”

The calendar has always been a quirky head-turner, previously beating One Direction, Conor McGregor and Justin Bieber in the calendar charts, not to mention Cliff Richard and Daniel O’Donnell and achieving international recognition with ‘Irish Farmers’ the book, published by McMillan (Dan Brown, Jackie Collins publisher) in the US.

The calendar, according to Ryan, has “always been a quirky head-turner”, and has received orders from the US, Australia, UK, Brazil, Japan, Hong Kong, and South Africa.

The first order of the 2024 calendar came from New Jersey, followed by Germany and Finland.

The calendar is now available from for €12.99 and will be available in Calendar Club stores in Ireland and the UK from October.

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