YF&R Photo Contest

Submit your photos for the 2023 Photo Contest now!

Young Farmers and Ranchers have the chance to showcase their creative side in the annual photo contest held at the SCFB YF&R Conference. Winners are selected in five categories: People on the Farm, Farm Scenes, Farm Animals, Conference Theme and People’s Choice. To be eligible to enter, you must be a member of South Carolina Farm Bureau and in attendance at the SCFB YF&R Conference. Entries must be taken between 2020 and 2023.  

NEW THIS YEAR – An additional category has been added for the 2023 competition.  Participants may submit a photo that correlates with the 2023 YF&R Conference theme: Engage, Advocate, Teach (EAT): Inviting Everyone to the Table

How to Enter: 

Submit one (1) hard copy and one (1) electronic copy of each photo. 

  • Email your electronic copy to kabrams@scfb.org by Friday, January 27th OR bring a USB with an electronic copy of our photo(s) to the registration table on Friday evening registration on February 3rd. 
  • Submit a hard copy of each photo the SCFB YF&R Conference by the close of the Friday evening registration at 8:00p.m. If you are not going to arrive in time to meet the above deadline, you may mail your photo(s) to arrive to the State Office by the Friday January 27th. Photos can be mailed to SCFB Attn: Heather Barberio PO Box 754 Columbia, SC 29202. 
  • A photo release must accompany each photo. 
  • Each photo must be labeled on the back with the category of entry, name and county of photographer. Sticker labels will be available at the conference.

For more information on the 2023 Photo Contest, contest rules, guidelines, and judging, see the Photo Contest Information sheet below. 

Photo Contest Information and Release Form 

Congratulations to the 2020 winners!

Young Farmers and Ranchers showcased their creative side in the annual photo contest held at the YF&R Conference. Winners were selected in four categories: People on the Farm, Farm Scenes, Farm Animals and People’s Choice. The winners were:

Farm Animals: Casey Smith, Berkeley
Farm Scenes: Ty Woodard, Darlington
People on the Farm: Meg Ladd, Fairfield
People's Choice: Keri Ann Westbury, Dorchester