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OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES & GUIDELINES

Who Can Enter

The contest is open to AgHeritage customer-owners and the general public who live within our service area.

Counties included are: Ashley, Arkansas, Bradley, Chicot, Cleburne, Cleveland, Desha, Drew, Fulton, Independence, Izard, Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln, Lonoke, Monroe, Prairie, Pulaski, Randolph, Sharp, Stone, White and Woodruff.

Types of Photos

All photos celebrating rural life and agriculture are welcome.

Suggestions include: planting, harvesting, timber, irrigation, equipment, livestock, seasonal decorations and events, winter scenes, county fairs, farmers’ markets, 4-H and FFA events and action shots in fields, forests or barns.

Photos must be of high resolution with a minimum file size of 1MB, a minimum width of 1080 px and have a horizontal orientation.

Photo Rights

AgHeritage Farm Credit Services reserves the right to use any and all photos submitted for marketing and communication purposes, which may include our stockholder magazine, annual report, social media posts and other marketing materials.

How to Submit

Photos must be submitted via the AgHeritage website using the submission form.

Entries are limited to three per person and submissions should be made by the photographer. Parties submitting photos certify that they have permission of all individuals shown in each photo and all individuals owning property in each photo.

How to Vote

After the entry period has closed, all qualifying photos submitted will be posted to the AgHeritage social media sites. The winner and runners-up will be chosen by an online voting process open to the general public. So, encourage your friends and family to vote.

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