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Vote for your favorite summer grilling photo now

May Beef Month is in full swing, and we’ve been busy promoting beef with the “Summer Grilling” photo contest. Over the past few weeks, we have compiled tantalizing photos submitted by our readers of burgers and steaks on the grill. Now it’s time to reveal the finalists, and we need your help in choosing our champions!

In case you missed it, here is the complete gallery of reader submissions. Share this gallery on social media to help create some buzz about beef during May Beef Month!

Congratulations to our 10 finalists including: Brady Buck, Marty Stingley, Craig Moss, Terryn Drieling, Wayne Fahsholtz, Darcy Sexson, Randy Carmony, Kenny Gfeller, Allison Conard and Ashley Middleswarth.

Photo Credit: Allison Conard

These 10 finalists are in the running for a new cowboy hat, courtesy of our contest sponsor, Greeley Hat Works. Two hats, valued at $300, will be given to the two finalists who receive the most votes between now and noon on May 26. Help your favorite photographer take home the grand prize by voting.

We’ve updated our voting process to make it faster and easier. To vote, simply check out the gallery of finalists and click on your favorite entry. You can vote for your favorite photo once every 24 hours.


Plus, when you vote, you can also enter a drawing to win a copy of the book, “Windmills of the West” with photography by David R. Stoecklein.

Winners will be announced on May 27. Good luck everyone, and thanks for participating!

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

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