LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska Department of Agriculture announces the winners of NDA’s annual Poultry Photo Contest. The contest was open to Nebraska 4-H and FFA members. The winning photographs are featured in a special 2024 digital calendar that includes biosecurity information poultry owners can use to protect their flocks from diseases.
“Keeping backyard flocks healthy is important to poultry owners and the poultry industry,” said NDA Director Sherry Vinton. “4-H and FFA members work hard to ensure that the animals in their care stay healthy and strong. The photos we received from this year’s poultry contest show healthy poultry living the good life in Nebraska.”
The students submitting winning photos for this year’s contest include Kelsey Bunn, North Bend; Reagan Dinger, Roca; Sofie Farr, Farnam; Kaitlyn Flessner, Ord; Clara Krause, Hubbard; Charlie Meister, Springfield; Grant Meister, Springfield; Janae Oberg, Farnam; Jacob Rief, St. Paul; Charlotte Sanio, Lincoln; Kyla Wharton, Lincoln; and Ada White, Grand Island.
“I would like to thank the 4-H and FFA members who entered this year’s Poultry Photo contest,” Vinton said. “Through your photography, you are showing people in a unique and creative way just how diverse the poultry industry is in Nebraska. Congratulations!”
NDA’s 2024 digital calendar featuring the contest photographs and biosecurity information can be viewed and downloaded from NDA’s website at nda.nebraska.gov.