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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, but must be taken from service areas listed above.

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 website. 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.

Disclaimer

All photos submitted may or may not be used by AgHeritage in the social media photo contest. We reserve the right to not display any image for any reason. Common reasons for us not using an image submitted may include low quality, improper orientation, or anything else that goes against submission guidelines. We cannot guarantee that all submissions will be accepted. 

Calendar Photo Contest Entry Form

Photo Contest Gallery

Voting is now open! Click on the box under the photo to vote. Voting is limited to one vote every 24 hours. Be sure to come back in August to see the winners!
A Cowboy Rescue
Miranda Reel
Behold a Pale Horse
Randy Story
A beautiful little calf grazing on the land
Amy Smith
Combine Offloading Wheat
Madison Ireland
Crop Duster at Rest
Madison Ireland
Geese flying as the fishing begins
Miranda Reel
Getting ready for the fourth of July by displaying flags at Jumpmaster Ranch in Bethesda
Barbara Henson
A girl gathering her sheep flock
Miranda Reel
Hard Work Dawns
Randy Story
Indigo Bunting in a freshly plowed field
Jami Linder
Life of Rice
Amy Smith
My pair of black Cochin bantams at sunset
Ross Harrington
Rice Field Irrigation
Madison Ireland
Mound lake sunrise on Wednesday morning
Dow Brantley
The Southern "Snow" plow harvesting cotton
Amy Smith
Tractors at daybreak near Portland, AR
Jami Linder
First set of twins on the farm
Marcia Pangle
Windmill near Portland, AR
Jami Linder
2020 corn coming up on T&N Farms
Taylor Richards
Cattle in the smokey morning after farmers have been burning fields all night
Sara Beth Johnson
Curious and Cuddly
Deloris Wells
Golden Harvest
Randy Story
Helping his Papa Jon and Dad water the beans
Samantha Cypert
Pecan Orchard at Dawn
Lisa Anderson
Playing in his Daddy's Beans
Samantha Cypert
Playing with his pet ducks
Samantha Cypert
They say a there is a pot of gold at the end of every rainbow...ours is just the color red. -Raisin Cain Cattle
Megan Cain
Tiny Soybean See Twelve Rows at a Time
Megan Perkins
This marking on this calf reminded me of the state of Arkansas
Marcia Pangle
Sunset through the cattle trailer
Marcia Pangle
Planting Photo
Virginia Vencill
SE Arkansas winter in McGehee
Virginia Vencill
My yard of the field in McGehee of what it looks like in Winter and Spring
Virginia Vencill
Pictures of our timberland
Holley Wilson
Pictures of our timberland
Holley Wilson
A tired farmhand
Susie Madden
Papa and grandkids working the spills
Susie Madden
Papa and his 2020 spill crew
Susie Madden
Spraying Beans in Chicot County
Holly Chenault
4 Year old Bryer on Trigger Sorting Heifers
Kaia Panitz
4 Year old Bryer Riding His Horse Trigger
Kaia Panitz
4 Year Old Bryer With His Horse Trigger
Kaia Panitz
Pop stops the tractor for granddaughter
Larry Alberson
Evening with the gang
George Garner
The gang
George Garner
Spring calf enjoying the day
Sherri Garner
Farm Talk
Sherri Garner
My longhorn - Holly
Josie Reel
McGehee
Virginia Vencill
Papa and great grandson lookin at the stockers grazing
Cynthia Wells Cornelison
Dog
Barbara Henson
Spring Wheat
Hannah Dewitt
Little Sprout
Hannah Dewitt
Newt feeding the llamas
Breanna Durham
Dixie and Champ finally becoming comfortable with their new home
Barbara Henson
Max, the Pyrenees, discovering snow for the first time
Barbara Henson
A spider (Charlotte) in my sheep barn
Jose Reel
Kree is feeding her calves
Breanna Durham
Mazie Lyn Brown loves the farm life. Checking Cows , and playing with the baby chickens
Jamie Brown
My daughter, Kira, raising Hyline Browns
Angie Forrest
Sunset in Biscoe, AR
Kenzlee Minton
Sunset on the Prairie
Kenzlee Minton
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