How a pair of Budgy Smugglers could help a farmer

Budgy Smugglers release agriculture designed underwear


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A pair of the new Budgy Smuggler apparel supporting farmers.

A pair of the new Budgy Smuggler apparel supporting farmers.

HAVE you ever seen a bull on the golden sands of Bondi Beach?

NSW-based brand, Budgy Smuggler, are helping farmers from the waist down with the re-release of two Australian agriculture related underwear designs. 

Partnering with Thank A Farmer For Your Next Meal, Budgy Smuggler customers can now secure their own Kelpie or bull designs from this week and help raise awareness for producers.  

The undergarments start at $60 each with proceeds from the sales of the two designs going back to the Thank A Farmer brand and their work bridging the gap between the city and the bush.

Koko the Kelpie appears on one of the two designs.

Koko the Kelpie appears on one of the two designs.

The picture of Koko the Kelpie was snapped by photographer James Braszell while Zoe McCathie captured her bull image at the time of her year 12 HSC.

The agriculture inspired designs were first released in 2015 and are now available through the Budgy Smuggler website. 

The story How a pair of Budgy Smugglers could help a farmer first appeared on The Land.

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