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Zoetis hosts calving season photo contest

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For many ranchers, calving season is one of their favorites. Although there can be a lot of worry leading up to the birth, there is just something special about the calving process. This spring, Zoetis wants to reward cow/calf producers for their relentless hard work and dedication to their herd through a photo contest.

Cattle producers are encouraged to submit their best calving season photos to the company’s Calving Season Sweepstakes for a chance to win daily prizes to help power through the calving season. Zoetis is asking cow/calf producers to enter the sweepstakes at CalvingSeason.com by submitting pictures of their calves. All calving photos are welcome, whether it’s late-night shots from the barn, kids helping with the new animals, cows with baby calves, or producers simply caring for their calves by bottle-feeding or wrapping them in blankets. 

Every qualifying photo submitted to CalvingSeason.com from January 31 through April 21, 2022, will earn entry into the sweepstakes. There is a limit of one photo submission per day during the sweepstakes. Zoetis will draw daily winners to receive a prize package consisting of a Zoetis-branded cooler full of helpful things to get through calving season, with an approximate retail value of nearly $200. 

Zoetis encourages cow/calf producers to show their pride beyond this sweepstakes too. Use the hashtag #CalvingSeason to post photos on all social media channels and share the success that comes with hard work.

At the National Cattleman’s Beef Association trade show in Houston, Texas, Zoetis donated $1.00 to the National FFA Organization for every photo submitted with #MyHerdFuelsMe from February 1 to 3. Although the time for donations to the National FFA Organization has passed, entrants can still enter for their chance to win a survival kit full of tasty treats and useful gear to help you survive calving season.

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