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VOTE Now For Your Favorite “Man’s Best Friend” Photo!

VOTE Now For Your Favorite “Man’s Best Friend” Photo!

In one of our most popular photography contests to date, we’ve sorted through the 180+ entries in the BEEF Daily “Man’s Best Friend” photo contest and narrowed them down to our top 10 entries. Now it’s time for our readers to vote for the champions! Voting ends at 12 noon (CDT) on Friday, April 25.

The champion photographer will win a $100 Beef Bucks gift card, while two honorable mentions will be awarded beautiful coffee able books featuring photography by David Stoecklein (“The Western Horse”) and Janell Kleberg (“Waiting For Daylight”).

Plus, two randomly selected voters will win BEEF hats!

To vote, simply leave the name or number of your favorite photograph in the finalists gallery here.

Be sure to take a minute to browse through the 180+ reader photos of “man’s best friends,” once you’re done voting.


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For complete contest details, click here.

I hope everyone had a beautiful Easter weekend! Thanks for your participation in this contest!

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of or the Penton Agriculture Group. 


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