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Five Nations Beef Alliance Video Contest Underway

Video contest showcasing sustainability across the globe underway. Vote for your favorite today!

Five Nations Beef Alliance (FNBA) is hosting a video contest on the topic of beef and sustainability, with submissions from each representative nation (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand) involved in FNBA. The highest accumulation of video views from one nation will earn the winning nation a free trip for one of their FNBA youth  to Australia to attend the 2013 FNBA conference.

Voters have until July 1 to vote for their favorite video. Please join us in promoting this high-quality, nutritious protein. The videos will reflect this year’s theme, 'BEEF....Mmmm Beef!”

See all of the video submissions here.

Take a minute to watch one of the submissions from the U.S. created by Megan Webb, a graduate student at Colorado State University.

Here is what Webb says about her video, “Mmm, beefy protein is enjoyed from the pasture to the plate on our family farm in West Virginia. This video showcases the care and healthy environment that we provide for our cattle and beef products throughout the production chain. Please share and vote for this video to allow me the opportunity to represent the U.S. during the 2013 Five Nations Beef Alliance.”

For more information on FNBA’s Young Ranchers Program, click here. 


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