Vote for your favorite “Quiet moments on the ranch” photo today!

Choose your favorite photo from our finalists and be entered to win a Twisted X cap. Voting is open until noon on Feb. 15.

Amanda Radke

February 13, 2018

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Vote for your favorite “Quiet moments on the ranch” photo today!
Lea Leggitt

EDITOR'S NOTE: We've extended voting. You can now vote every day until noon February 19.

In February, we have been celebrating the peaceful moments that are so unique to country living.

It’s been a joy to see readers share their favorite “quiet moments on the ranch” photos with gorgeous images of colorful horizons, hard-working cow dogs and horses, mama cows nurturing their calves, quiet rides in the pasture or feedlot and families bonding together on the ranch.

View the complete gallery of reader submitted entries by clicking here.

With an amazing collection of photos, we sorted through the images to select 20 finalists. Congratulations to Troy Bishopp, Lea Leggitt, Carolyn Buhman, Gricel O. Borjas, Makayla Flower, Laura Pasket, Jamie Nield, D2 Ranch, Joshua Dorn, Darcy Sexson, Lexi Harris, Melanie Kimpton, Mark Farr, Johnna Davis, Zac Hall, Alex Carone, Molly Sims, Courtney Tomey, Kendra Davis and Courtney Varner.

Now we need your help in choosing our winners. The champion photographer will receive a pair of Twisted X driving moccasins and the reserve champion will receive a $50 VISA gift card. Plus, three randomly selected voters will receive a Twisted X hat.

View the finalists’ gallery here.

Vote for your favorite image within the finalist gallery or by clicking here.

Related:Photos highlight quiet moments on the ranch

Voting will remain open until noon on Feb. 19, and our winners will be announced on Feb. 20. Good luck to our finalists and thanks to everyone who submitted photos and who take a moment to vote in this contest.

Finally, I would like to take a minute to thank our contest sponsor, Twisted X, for their sponsorship of this contest. Browse their collection of shoes and boots by clicking here.

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of or Farm Progress.

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