Photo Contest | Celebrate Dairy Throughout the Holiday Season 2022

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Decorative Christmas trees with mug of egg nogTristan Grover, Pender County, won second place in his age division in the 2021 Dairy Photo Contest.

Each year, the Dairy Photo Contest allows youth to put their creative talents to use in developing a message about the dairy industry for the consumer public. In design and development of the project, youth learn a great deal about the dairy industry. The contest is supported by The Dairy Alliance.

Photo project submissions will be shared through social media in celebration of dairy during the holidays. Please note the following rules:

  • Competition in this contest will be conducted on an individual basis in Division I (9-12 years of age), Division II (13-15 years of age), and Division III (16-19 years of age) at the county and state level. Youth in Division IV (5-8 years of age) may participate on a non-competitive basis at the county level only.
  • Entries can be a singular photo or incorporate up to 3 photos (collage). Entries with multiple photos can be mounted on poster board. All projects whether an individual photo or collage should be submitted electronically as an 8×10 image as .jpeg files.
  • Photos MUST NOT contain copyright material such as cartoon characters, etc. Photos also should not contain any personal identifiers or information (including farm names), without written permission of the owner.
  • All photos submitted must be the original work by youth entrant and will be accompanied by a photo copyright release form. Winning photos will be shared online by The Dairy Alliance and NC State Dairy Extension.
  • Photos must have been displayed at least once in a public place or shared through social media in the county.

Entries are due December 12, 2022.

To learn more about submitting photos, contact your Alamance County 4-H agent Sarah Maddry at 336-570-6740 or by email at

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