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ClariFly Larvicide Photo Caption Contest Engages Dairy Students

ClariFly Larvicide Photo Caption Contest Engages Dairy Students
Winner receives $3,000 grand prize

Until April 23, Central Life Sciences' photo and caption contest on the ClariFly Larvicide Facebook page will ask future dairy professionals to share their pictures and thoughts on the industry.

The contest will run to celebrate National Agriculture Month and will award several prizes to winning entries, including a top cash prize of $3,000. Contestant must be at least 18 years of age and enrolled in an accredited agricultural program or employed in an agricultural profession.

Winner of dairy industry photo and caption contest receives $3,000 grand prize

To enter, contestants are asked to visit the contest app on the ClariFly Larvicide Facebook page and submit an original photo they have taken relating to the dairy industry along with a 100-150-word caption explaining why their photo exemplifies that the strong future of the dairy industry.

All entries submitted by the April 23, 2013 deadline will be reviewed by a panel of Central Life Sciences experts who will award one $3,000 top prize, two $1,000 runner-up prizes and multiple $500 honorable mention prizes.

"We really want to engage the young men and women who represent the future of the dairy industry and learn what has inspired them to pursue these careers," said Mark Taylor, director of marketing for ClariFly Larvicide. "This contest provides us an opportunity to fuel the fire within these future professionals, and we hope the available prizes can assist with education or other expenses as they prepare to enter the field."

ClariFly Larvicide is a feed supplement that prevents adult house flies, stable flies, face flies, and horn flies from developing in and emerging from the manure of treated cattle. ClariFly works by interrupting the fly's life cycle, rather than through direct toxicity.

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