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Calf-Tel Housing Announces Facebook Photo Contest

Calf-Tel Housing Announces Facebook Photo Contest
Year-long contest to highlight various calf management and housing strategies

Calf-Tel this week announced a year-long social media photo contest to highlight calf management strategies and experiences for dairy producers of all scopes and sizes.

All followers of the Calf-Tel Facebook page are eligible to enter the photo contest. Participants can submit an entry by posting an image to the Calf-Tel Facebook page or by emailing the image to [email protected].

All entries should relate to Calf-Tel, dairy calves and/or calf housing systems and be high resolution quality.

Year-long contest to highlight various calf management and housing strategies

The top photo submissions as selected by Calf-Tel staff will be featured in the 2014 Calf-Tel calendar. In addition to the highlighted photos, the calendar will serve as a resource to calf producers with management tips and key dates.

Seasonal photo winners will also be selected based on the number of likes a photo receives and overall character of the photo. The top photo submissions will be announced on the Calf-Tel Facebook page,

"By visiting the Calf-Tel Facebook page often, producers will be able to see other producers' calf management and housing strategies and learn from one another," says Joe Weber, marketing manager, Hampel Corporation. "Our ultimate goal through this contest is to spread awareness of proper calf housing and to create a resourceful calendar to share with calf producers around the country."

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