Vote for best Cowboy Christmas photo; PLUS: New app for the perfect prime rib

December 21, 2015

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Vote for best Cowboy Christmas photo; PLUS: New app for the perfect prime rib

The final countdown to Christmas is here! With just three days left until the big day, we are excited to announce the finalists in the “Cowboy Christmas” photography contest, sponsored by Greeley Hat Works.

View the gallery of photographs here.

With close to 50 entries in the contest, we have narrowed down the submissions to 15 finalists. Congratulations to the following finalists: Jenna Weber, Brenda Blair, Sarah Jones, Cristen Roghair, Andy Milstead, Ty Jones, Lauren Neale, Gwen Shepperson, Linda Black, Ella.Jae Photography, Justin Keith, Marty Stingley, Casey Mote, Mark Sullivan and Carol Greet.

The next step in the contest is for you to help select our champion and reserve champion photographers, who will each receive a $300 voucher for a custom Greeley Hat Works hat. Plus, we will randomly select three voters to take home a western art print.

To vote, click on the gallery below, and let us know your favorite by selecting the number or name of your favorite photograph. Voting will remain open until 8 a.m. on December 30, and we will announce the winners on December 31. Remember you can vote daily to better the odds of your favorite photo!


With Christmas just around the corner, many of you are probably busy planning your holiday menu and preparing your grocery shopping list.

Certified Angus Beef has a really cool app that helps you cook the perfect prime rib every time. The app helps the user select the best roast, calculate portion sizes and determine how much to buy. Plus, the app includes ways to prepare and serve the perfect roast with video tutorials and step-by-step tips. The app also offers delicious recipes for roasts and side dishes and has a built-in timer to know exactly how long to cook your roast to the desired doneness.

Download the free app here, and use the hashtag #RoastPerfect to join the cooking conversations.

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


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