Harvest Photo Contest

Harvest Photo Contest 2021

Ag Partners is looking for your high-quality photos that display family life on the farm, harvest, equipment in the field, livestock, the cooperative, and anything in between.
The contest opens October 1 and ends November 12, 2021
The Ag Partners photo contest is designed to showcase all sectors of the agriculture industry. We are excited to see your photos and how agriculture and Ag Partners looks like through your lens!
No watermarks, copyright marks, logos, borders, or signatures. Please use the highest resolution copy of your photo. Accepted files include: JPEG and PNG. File may not exceed 20 MB.
Who or what is the picture of? Where is the photo taken? What was your inspiration behind this photo?
Please note that only photos from the Ag Partners service area will be eligible for voting.
Social media? Friend? Newspaper?
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Submit your photos October 1 through November 12, 2021.

When photos are submitted, you agree to all terms and conditions (linked below).

Any Questions, please contact our main office at 877-336-6153.

Contest Winners

Three winners will be selected and receive prizes based on the “People’s Choice”
  • First Place: $100 cash gift card
  • Second Place: $75 cash gift card
  • Third Place: $50 cash gift card

People's Choice Scoring

Once submitted, your photo will be placed in the “Harvest Photo Contest 2021” Album on our Ag Partner’s Facebook page.

Likes, comments and shares will each be worth one point. The photo from the album with the most combined points will be awarded first place, then second place, and third place.

We encourage you to share our album with your friends to receive as many points as possible. Please remember, we are only able to view likes, comments and shares on the original photos posted to our page. 

We Want To See Agriculture Through YOUR Lens

Anyone is eligible to submit an unlimited number of photos. We encourage all photos that are submitted to be high quality and display what agriculture means in its best form.