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Here’s another chance to win a $125 Roper gift certificate. Simply caption this photo by Lauren Chase to be entered to win!

With November in full swing, folks are starting to gear up for the holiday season. As a member of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Auxiliary, I’ve got a busy week of beef promotions planned. We are donating beef roasts to local food pantries for families to enjoy over Thanksgiving and, at the end of the week, we are filming a holiday commercial at our ranch -- featuring prime rib, harvest stew and beef pinwheels -- all recipes found at www.beefitswhatsfordinner.com.

In addition to our holiday promotions, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here, as well! I feel like one of Santa’s elves, as I have lots of fun goodies to give away on the blog in the weeks leading up to Christmas!

I had so much fun in October giving away $50 Roper Apparel gift certificates in two different photo caption contests, and I have one more to give away this week. This time, I’m upping the ante with a grand prize -- a $125 Roper Apparel gift certificate!

You know the drill. To enter, simply leave a caption for this photo by Lauren Chase in the comments section below. Entries will be accepted until noon on Nov. 7, and the winner will be announced on Nov. 8. Good luck!

BEEF Daily Photo Caption Contest

A final photo caption contest will start on Nov. 19, with a copy of Chase’s new book, “Big Sky Boots,” as the grand prize ($75 value). And, on Dec. 10, the final photography contest of the year will begin. The theme is “Santa’s Little Helpers,” and the prizes will be two $100 Farm Boy gift certificates! Let the fun begin!

By the way, mark your calendars for this Thursday, Nov. 8, for a beef cattle economics webinar. Join Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University (KSU) livestock economist, as he discusses the market overviews for the cow-calf, stocker and feedlot sectors,; and provide an outline of the expanded stocker value of gain and feedlot return projection tools. He’ll also detail an economic research update concerning mandatory COOL, animal welfare and demand assessment issues. You can register for the webinar here.

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Bev Saunders (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Cowboys and Angels

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

FLYING HIGH THE ROPER WAY

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Bit windy today or too many beans for lunch?

Fran (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Dad, no worries, right now we got your back (and your front)! And in 10 years, we got this whole farm thing covered!!

randy saunders (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

It don't get any better than this!

Kelsey P (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Throw me again, Papa!

Mid-South Farmer (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

COWGIRLS FLY IN THE "BIG SKY"!

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

WOW! Dad its going to take two to keep me grounded with my new Sky Boots on.

on Nov 5, 2012

Time to learn how to fly

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Who needs a horse? We have Dad!

Justin Niles (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

"Family" just as pure as the beef we produce.

Gilda Bryant (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Western Swing Roper Style.

rmoss@tazewell.k12.va.us (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Caption: "I'm next for Cowboy up"

on Nov 5, 2012

Some of the best childhoood memories involved dad and mud boots, hopefully my girls will one day say the same of their grand dad. -From an Indiana daddy's girl

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Faith into the future!

on Nov 5, 2012

Sky high our youth will fly!

on Nov 5, 2012

A Cowboy's Hands...Made for More than Ropin'
A Cowboy's Heart...Knows What's More Important -
The Cows Can Wait!

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Generations of Big Sky Love

Brian Hineman (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

A country kid's kind of fun.

Larry Stewart (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Frolicking Family Fun

Joann Arata (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

"ALWAYS TIME FOR LOVE"

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Brought to by the people who raise your dinner.
Beef it's whats for dinner

Performance Genetic Network (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

How Grandparents walk their "Stairway To Heaven".

Chris Mauldin (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

"hey aren't yall the neighbor's kids...? I knew the wind was blowing hard, but not that dang hard."

larry haywood (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Every cowgirls favorite cowboy

Sue Mosser (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Grandpa's Legacy

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

I told you eating beef gives me super powers.

Helen Hassan (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

" Flying Cowboys".

on Nov 5, 2012

Nothing at the fair beats the best ride of all.... the Daddy ride!

NM (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Farming isn't just a job but a way of life passed on through generations.

Ann (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Grandpa's slice of heaven on earth

lee
on Nov 5, 2012

Now we're going to Disney Land!!

marcia (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

"I couldnt ask for anything more"

David Zartman (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Daddy, Daddy...Me next.

Kathleen Hogue (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Joyful Wind Chimes

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

In Daddy's hands

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Big Sky, Big Dreams!! From one generation to the other.

Donna J. Sassman (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Play time in big sky country

Linda Walter (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Every cowgirl needs a ride!

on Nov 5, 2012

"Cowboys....they give you wings"

Darcy (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Go ahead, have fun! I've got your back!

Lindsey (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Cowgirl Jungle Gym

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Big Sky High.

Janet Givens (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

A moment for the sweeter things in life....

Roger Patterson (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Shipping fever, the good kind

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Hands on ranching

ncoleman (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Big Sky, Big Fun, Love all around!

on Nov 5, 2012

Can't keep good cowgirls down!

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

I won Daddy ,I won !

Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 5, 2012

Lil' cowgirls, they do a daddy's heart good!

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