Centennial Video Contest

Centennial Video Contest Video Contest

Congratulations to our Centennial Video Contest winners!

Grand Prize: Lindsey Shakespear

Division II First Place: Kailee Maxwell

Division III First Place: Wasatch High School FFA


The purpose of this contest is to bring a connection of Utah's agriculture from the farm to the plate.

The video theme is: How Food Happens" Honoring our Heritage, Protecting the Present, Forging the Future

Deadline : Oct. 10, 2016


Division I: 7-9 Grade

Division II: 10-12 Grade

Division III: Families, individuals, or mixed groups. 

The oldest person in the group will determine the division. A contestant may participate in just one entry per year. 

Content: The video should be a true to life exploration of the ideas expressed in the theme. Portrayals of characters and object should have a basis in factual material. Judges will emphasize creativity & imagination in exploring the theme. 

Requirements: A written outline of the project must be submitted with the video. All creative content and video production must strictly be the work of the contestant(s).

Judging: 35% accurate to agriculture practices

              20% Appropriateness and organization-including a written outline 

              25% Delivery, special effects & music

              10% Succinct in message

              10% Interesting and understandable

The state contest will be judged by qualified individuals selected by the state Women's Committee. 

Decision of the judges will be final. 

All entries become property of Utah Farm Bureau. No state entries will be returned. 

Submit entries to:

Utah Farm Bureau Federation

attn: Julia Misiego

9865 South State Street

Sandy, UT 84070

Service: For every entry submitted, Farm Bureau will donate $1 to the Ronald McDonald House. 

For Questions call Julia Misiego at 801-233-3010 or Vicky Bastian at 435-979-3167

Tips for Teachers: The Utah Farm Bureau's Video Contest integrates with several Utah Core Standard objectives in the areas of English language arts and social studies. The contest provides students with an authentic opportunity to use multimedia to present information, findings, and supporting evidence while increasing understanding of Utah's agricultural industry.