The Indiana State Department of Agriculture is hosting a contest this summer and photographers are encouraged to submit their work.

Sixteenth Annual Photography Contest

In its sixteenth year, the photography contest is open to all Hoosiers. Submissions will be accepted June 1st through 30th.

The Indiana Agriculture Photo Contest has been part of the department since 2008. These photos are a powerful testament of this hardworking community and the invaluable contributions of our Hoosier farmers. Contest winners will have their winning photographs framed and featured in the Offices of the Lt. Governor’s Family of Business in Indianapolis, as well as be special guests at this year’s Celebration of Agriculture at the Indiana State Fair, where they will be recognized and presented a certificate by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch.
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What Kind of Photos Can Be Entered Into the Contest?

Each participating photographer may enter up to five original photos, but those photos must fit into one of four categories: On the Farm, Faces of Agriculture, Agritourism, and Conservation.

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Who Can Enter the Photography Contest?

The contest is open to all Indiana residents. Those who are under the age of 18 must also include the signature of their parent or legal guardian on their entry form.

Before You Enter

Before you enter your photography, you do need to be sure that include a separate entry form for each of the photographs you are entering. Again, you can enter up to five photos total.

How Many Winners Will Be Chosen?

A total of ten winners will be chosen from the pool of entries. Two will be chosen from each of the four categories, and then two will be chosen overall to make up the ten total contest winners.

Learn more about the Indiana Agriculture Photo Contest by visiting

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These beautiful birds were spotted at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, IN.

Gallery Credit: Bobby G.


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