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Alabama Cattleman Cover Contest


Do you want to see your photography on the cover of the Alabama Cattleman magazine?

Now's your chance!

We're looking for farm lifestyle photography featuring cattle for the February 2019 issue of the Alabama Cattleman magazine, and we need your help to capture it! We want to feature your artistic eye on the Convention issue of the magazine for over 10,000 cattlemen across the state to enjoy. Check out the entry rules below. Entry deadline is Jan. 11 at midnight!

Entry Requirements:
  • Submissions must be high resolution (300dpi minimum. No cell phones allowed!)
  • Submissions must be portrait oriented.
  • Submissions must leave ample space at the top for the publication masthead.
  • Submissions must feature Alabama cattle farm scenery or lifestyle
  • Submissions must be seasonal to the publication date (winter).
  • Submissions must not be overly-edited and may not include a watermark. Appropriate credit will be given via social media and within the magazine.
  • Submissions must be original photos not used previously on the cover or marketing pieces of another publication or company.
  • Submissions must be captured by an Alabama resident & member of the Alabama Cattlemen's Association.

How to Enter:
  1. Email up to five (5) photos to Nicky Bechard at nbechard@bamabeef.org and Kara Coplin at krharden@bamabeef.org. File attachments or links to online gallery downloads are acceptable. Links to or tags on social media albums will not be accepted.
  2. Submission should include photographer's name, hometown, county and farm name.

*Disclaimer: By submitting a photo, photographers agree to allow their submitted photograph to be used by the Alabama Cattlemen's Association without any fee or other form of compensation. Photos will be credited to the photographer named in the entry form. Entries (including non-winning entries) become the property of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association and may be selected for editorial or marketing use by the Alabama Cattlemen's Association without further permission from the photographer.


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