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RZR Masks Summer Grazing Photography Champions

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The BEEF Daily and RZR Masks Summer Grazing Photography Contest is coming to a close, as voters have selected their champions. There’s nothing more beautiful than watching cow-calf pairs grazing peacefully in the rolling hills of lush, green pastures in the summer months. Photographers and ranchers from all across the country sent their best shots of cattle out in the pasture this summer, and you can view the photo gallery here.

Today, we will be giving away 10 RZR Masks. Outdoors sports enthusiasts and agriculturalists can protect their health in dusty conditions with these neoprene RZR Masks. The carbon-activated, replaceable filters filter out 99.9% of all airborne particles (both gases and solids), plus it’s comfortable and even fits easily inside a helmet. Worn in winter, the RZR Mask allows wearers to breathe air that’s as much as 75° warmer, thus increasing health and safety during outdoor activities in colder climates. And because of its specially designed discharge valves, the mask will not fog eyeglasses. The comfortable machine-washable masks with Velcro straps come in a variety of colors. For more information, call 1-888-777-9422 or visit www.rzrmasks.com.

Congratulations to our three champion photographers, who will receive a RZR Mask!

First Place: "Summer Pastures" by Pamela Roberts

Second Place: "Snack Time" By Michelle Weathers

Third Place: "Pretty Pair" by Michaela Braesch

Seven lucky voters have been randomly selected to receive RSK Masks, as well. Prizes go to Deb Clark, Pamela Ryan, Richard Moen, Andrew Roberts, Maxine Jones, Gary Vivion and Tom Albert.

Thanks to everyone who participated, sent photos and voted in the contest! By the way, how's your summer going so far? What's the weather like in your neck of the woods?

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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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