NEW photo contest: “Cattle & Colors”

NEW photo contest: “Cattle & Colors”

September is here, and the autumn season is fast approaching. With the change of the season comes silage cutting, weaning and fall calf work, pregnancy checking cows, grain harvest, moving bales home, and preparing the ranch for colder weather.

To celebrate the season, we are kicking off a new photo contest called “Cattle & Colors,” and we’re looking for your best images of ranch scenery, cattle grazing, fall work on the farm, and any picture that best describes the season on your operation.

Here’s what you need to know to enter the contest:

1. Email [email protected] with your photo, caption or title, name and mailing address. One entry per person. (Helpful hint: if you have multiple photos you want to share, consider entering them under a family member’s name.)

2. Entries will be accepted until 8 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 26, and will be posted in a photo gallery, which will be updated daily throughout the contest.

View the entries here.

3. We’ll narrow down the entries and voting will commence, giving you the opportunity to choose our winners.

4. Our champions will be announced on Oct. 3 and will receive $100 and $50 VISA gift cards. In addition, we’ll be randomly selecting three voters to take home a western coffee table photography book. 


Thanks for helping BEEF celebrate fall with this exciting photography contest! I’m looking forward to seeing your submissions. Good luck!

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of beefmagazine.com or Penton Agriculture.

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