Is Your Dog America’s Best Farm Dog?

Your dog could be named the top dog in the U.S. Enter America’s Best Farm Dog Contest, brought to you by New Holland.
Your dog could be named the top dog in the U.S. Enter America’s Best Farm Dog Contest, brought to you by New Holland.
(Farm Journal)

It’s time to celebrate a farmer’s best friend–those cattle-herding, chicken-guarding, vermin-controlling canine companions. Enter your dog America’s Best Farm Dog Contest, brought to you by New Holland.

Click here for complete contest rules. Then share your favorite picture of your pooch and tell us what makes your pup top dog before Aug. 10, 2021. The winner will receive a $400 Visa gift card and a custom painted canvas of their dog. Voting for the top 10 finalists will begin Aug. 11.

The winning pup will be announced Aug. 26 during Farm Journal Field Days

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal U.S. residents who are 18 or older and the age of majority in their state, excluding Sponsor’s employees, family and household members. Enter by completing and submitting a nomination form available at . The nomination should include name, address, phone, email, dog name, short description and a photograph or video of your dog. Enter between 7/19/2021 and 8/10/2021. Voting to determine finalists will occur between 8/11/2021 and 8/21/2021. Final winner will be determined via panel of judges on or about 8/25/2021. See Official Rules for submission requirements, voting requirements and judging criteria. ARV of prize: $500.00. For a copy of the Official Rules, visit Sponsor: Farm Journal Media. 8725 Rosehill Road, suite 200, Lenexa, KS 66215.


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