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Agriculture Video Contest

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How does agriculture affect your life?

That's the question North Dakota Farm Bureau is asking.
The organization is holding a video contest titled "I am Agriculture."
They want to know how Ag impacts your daily life in a less than 3 minute video clip.

(Lisa Davis / ND Farm Bureau) "We just had a drawing contest with 4th and 5th graders. We asked them what agriculture is to them. It was really fun to see their views on it. One of our first place winners, she drew corn and then the corn on your plate, she drew a gas tank. Things like that."

You can post your video on the farm bureau's promotion and education facebook page.
The deadline for the competition is September 1.
Cash prizes will be awarded for the top two videos.
The video with the most likes on facebook will be the viewer's choice. 
A committee will select a second winner.
Go to NDFB dot org to enter and find out all the contest details.


 

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