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2019 MFB calendar contest looks into the past

Category: People

by Farm News Media

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We’re looking forward to sharing images from our members’ archives in our official 2019 calendar!

Michigan Farm Bureau turns 100 years old next year, and we’re looking forward to sharing images from our members’ archives in our official 2019 calendar!

MFB’s special centennial-edition calendar will feature the best member-submitted images reflecting the history and legacy of Michigan agriculture.

Contest Rules:

  • MFB members may submit up to four photos for consideration
  • All photos must have a landscape (horizontal) orientation
  • The minimum resolution requirement for digital photos is 300 dpi
  • Digital photos should be saved as JPEG, TIF or BMP (Windows Bitmap)
  • Submit digital photo entries to [email protected]
  • Mail photo entries on CD or photo paper and this printed submission form(s) to: Michigan Farm Bureau, Attn: Member Services Dept., 7373 W. Saginaw Hwy., Lansing, MI 48917
  • All entries must be accompanied by the completed submission information (below)
  • Print photos must be 8x10 inches in size and be printed on photo paper
  • Whenever possible, please have publishing permission from individuals appearing in photos

Submission Information:

  • Full name
  • Farm Bureau Member Number
  • Address / City / State / ZIP code
  • Phone
  • Email
  • I have read and understand all rules of this contest. I certify that I am a Michigan Farm Bureau member. I understand that all photographs submitted to the contest become the property of Michigan Farm Bureau and may be used by Michigan Farm Bureau for any purpose. I confirm that I have been given permission by any and all individuals depicted in the photographs.

Submissions will not be returned, so do not send original prints! I understand that if my photograph does not meet the specified minimum standards it will not be considered.

For more information, contact Hannah Lange at 517-679-5396.