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Prairie Farmer wants to feature your best 2022 harvest sunset photos.

Betty Haynes

October 24, 2022

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sunset of orange and blue paints the sky over corn tassels in Petersburg, Ill.
SUNSET: A sunset of orange and blue paints the sky over corn tassels in Petersburg, Ill. Betty Haynes

Harvest is a beauty and beast — and we want to see it! Whether your view is from the combine cab or the edge of the field, Prairie Farmer wants to see your best 2022 Illinois harvest sunset photo.

Let’s celebrate the beauty of the Land of Lincoln during agriculture’s busiest time of year. Your photo may be chosen to run in an online gallery and in the December issue of Prairie Farmer.

Send your best harvest photos to [email protected] by Nov. 4. All submissions must:

  • be a high-resolution photo (most cellphone photos are high-enough quality)

  • list the photographer’s name

  • list the location where the photo was taken

  • list the crop being harvested

  • include any other important information

Have a safe and bountiful harvest season — and don’t forget to send your photos to Prairie Farmer!

About the Author(s)

Betty Haynes

Betty Haynes is the associate editor of Prairie Farmer. She grew up on a Menard County, Ill., farm and graduated from the University of Missouri. Most recently, Betty worked for the Illinois Beef Association, entirely managing and editing its publication.

She and her husband, Dan, raise corn, soybeans and cattle with her family near Oakford , Ill., and are parents to Clare.

Betty won the 2023 Andy Markwart Horizon Award, 2022 Emerging Writer, and received Master Writer designation from the Ag Communicators Network. She was also selected as a 2023 Young Leader by the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists.

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