In its third year, Veterinary Science students from Townsville are raising money for their graduation ball and this yearâ€™s chosen charity, Burrumbuttock Hay Runners.
About 70 students took part in this yearâ€™s calendar, hoping to raise as much money as possible for drought-stricken farmers.
Fourth yearÂ Veterinary Science student, Amy Neale, said 10 per cent of the proceeds would go to the Hay Runners.
â€śIf we sell all 1500 copies, we will be able to donate $3000 to the charity,â€ť Ms Neale said.
â€śEach year we try to chose a charity relevant to us, as rural vet science students. So this year we chose the Burrumbuttock Hay Runners to help them support local farmers.
â€śEach year BurrumbuttockÂ Hay Runners do a charity run to drought-stricken parts of Queensland and supply feed and produce to farmers who are doing it tough.
â€śAs the drought continues it is definitely relevant to Queensland at the moment, so we wanted to support something close to our hearts and assist farmers.â€ť
The photoshoot was taken at Grass Hut, Charters Towers with photographer VickiÂ (Miller) Pugh capturing the students on her property.
â€śWe got some beautiful shots around Vickiâ€™s horse stud, on machinery, in the yards, around baby farm animals; so there is a bit of everything,â€ť Ms Neale said.
â€śThese beautiful shots will definitely catches people attention and it was all a bit of fun and in good spirit.
â€śAs our calendar is rural-themed in conjunction with our course and charity, it allows the agriculture industry to be seen in a different, more fulfilling light.
â€śWe are just so happy with the community, university and industry supportÂ since we started this process three years ago.
â€śThe support we get each year from vet clinics and industry-based professionals is great and makes it all the more worthwhile.â€ť
The 2018 Vets Uncovered calendar is available for pre-sales and the calendars willÂ be shipped outÂ in October.