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Farm Boy Spring Calving Photography Champions


Two photographers and three voters will take home prizes from Farm Boy and Farm Girl Authentic Brand.

As April comes to a close, it’s also time to announce the winners in the 2012 Spring Calving Photography Contest, sponsored by Farm Boy and Farm Girl Authentic Brand. With more than 140 entries and close to 200 votes, you have narrowed down the photographs and selected our champions!

Congratulations to our grand champion photographer, Elizabeth Seamands, with her entry, “Braunvieh Baby.”

Cheers to our reserve champion photograph, “Licks of Love,” submitted by Kyley and Brenna DeVoe.

Our champion photographers will take home a gift card to shop, courtesy of Farm Boy! As promised, three of our voters were selected to take home a Farm Boy cap, as well. Our lucky winners are Summer Sowers, Keith Sternes and Larry Renfroe.

Thanks again to all who participated. Click here to view the complete photo gallery of reader entries.

How’s calving going at your ranch?

By the way, tomorrow kicks off May Beef Month, and with that, we are gearing up for a brand new contest! This time, we will be judging your beef recipes. This week’s theme is ground beef, so slap on your apron and get cooking! Check back tomorrow for complete contest details.

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Christine E. (not verified)
on Apr 30, 2012

Congratulations to the winners! Great job!

kevin7788 (not verified)
on Oct 3, 2013

Thanks for sharing this award winning photo with us. This looks great and certainly deserves high appreciation. You have great photographic skills and keep sharing more great works with us. I do appreciate your efforts in keeping this blog alive and updated.
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