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BEEF Daily Readers Celebrate Fall's Many Blessings

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dropping-leaves-and-yearling-bulls-by-sandy-ankenman.jpg Philosopher Albert Camus once said, "Autumn is a second spring and every leaf is a flower." I think that quote is quite fitting when flipping through the many extraordinary photographs sent in by you, the BEEF Daily readers! It's quite evident by the quality of the pictures that you all enjoy this time of year as much as I do.

Just a reminder that today is the final day to send in your entries for the BEEF Daily Fall Harvest Photography Contest. To participate, simply send in a photo with your name and mailing address to amanda.nolz@penton.com. Tomorrow, I will be announcing the finalists to be voted on by all of you. The top two winners will be revealed on Thanksgiving Day, and I'm excited to see how this contest progresses in the next week.

For now, remember to send in your entries and take a minute to scan through a compilation of reader photographs in the photo album, Fall Harvest. I hope you will enjoy viewing them as much as I did.

Below is a sneak peak at some of the photos, where the BEEF Daily community is celebrating the bounty of fall harvest in agriculture.

Readers celebrate fall with cowboy boots and cowgirl hats...

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They celebrate in the combine and out in the pasture...

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They celebrate with kids on tractors and kids on horses...

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They are serious about their commitment to the land and livestock...

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And, they have a good sense of humor when pregnancy-checking cows, too...

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Happy Fall!

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Amanda Radke

A fifth-generation rancher from Mitchell, SD, Amanda grew up on a purebred Limousin cattle operation in which she and husband Tyler are active. She graduated with a degree in agriculture journalism...

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