Volac Forage Calendar Competition – March Edition 2023


Things are going to get busy for dairy farmers this month as calving season will be starting. Don't forget to snap a pic, you could be in with a chance of winning a place in the Volac Forage 2023 Calendar.

Cow and CalfTo Enter:

  • Simply post your photo on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, using #VolacForageCalendarCompetition2023 

  • Comment you photo on this post

  • Or email your photo to

The Rules:

  1. The photo must be taken by the person entering.

  2. We can only accept digital images.

  3. You can enter a maximum of four photos. Make sure the file size of each is at least 1MB.

  4. Include your name and location the photo was taken with each entry.

  5. The closing date of the competition is November 15th 2022

  6. Photos must depict the ‘Calving’.

  7. Volac reserves the right to use any entry for commercial use.

Terms and conditions

  1. The competition is only open to residents of the United Kingdom and Ireland. Four images per person will be permitted. All entries (received by the November 15th 2022) will be judged by our Facebook Followers – their decision is final.

  2. Each chosen winner will recieve a printed canvas of their winning photograph, along with a 2023 Volac Forage Calendar, the specific details of which will be at Volac’s complete discretion. A cash alternative is not available and the prize is non-transferable.

  3. The winner will be required if requested to take part in post-event publicity (including the use of their name, town of residence and likeness). Volac may wish to post to entrants further information of the Volac range of products and services.

  4. By entering this competition you are giving Volac permission to use your photographs for commercial purposes.

  5. This competition is being run by Volac International Ltd, who can be contacted at Volac House, Orwell, Royston, Herts, SG8 5QX. Telephone: 01223208021

 Good luck!

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