It’s Time to Vote in the Utility Vehicle Photo Contest!

Thank you to everyone who submitted their photos for our Utility Vehicle photo contest! We had a wide selection of ATVs, UTVs, regions and situations represented, which shows us how vast and exciting it is to be working in the beef industry.

Voting is now open!

The winner of the contest will be chosen by the total number of Like/Love/etc. reactions on each photo in the Drovers' Facebook album by midnight, Sunday, January 3, 2021. So, share your entry with everyone you know! Winners will be announced on Monday, January 4. Here’s a shortcut to check out all the entries:

The top three winners will receive a Drovers baseball hat, special feature on the Drovers Facebook page and be featured in a Drovers article with the top 10 winners. You might even it see it in an upcoming issue of Drovers magazine.

Thanks to all who entered!


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