Cattle Council of Australia (CCA) thanks and congratulates all entrants and prize winners in the recent #StoriesFromTheStation video and photo competition.
Winners were announced this morning, after judging last week.
Cattle Council CEO Travis Tobin said the competition was run so producers could show the rest of the nation the important work they do and give them a taste of life on the land.
“Stories from the Station was run to give a candid snapshot of how we raise cattle across Australia,” Mr Tobin said.
“The entries all show beef producers who are dedicated to their work and the wellbeing of their animals.
“There were so many great snaps. We looked for photos that told a story to narrow the judging process down.
“Our photo competition winner, Charli Gallagher from Normanton, Queensland sent in a sequence of shots showing her cattle being rounded up on horseback.
“Our video competition winner, Kelli Elliott from Kununurra in WA produced a video showing the massive operation of moving cattle off their property in a good year.
“In total, we had nearly 100 entries which were shortlisted down to 12 finalists.
“We were so impressed by the photos that we added a fourth-place prize during judging.
“Judging in the photo competition took place in part by online voting, with the final decision made by a panel at Cattle Council.
“We thank everyone who entered the competition, and their shots will be showcased over the Christmas and New Year period through our social media channels.”
To see all the winners head to https://www.cattlecouncil.com.au/media/photo-and-video-competition