Winners of ClariFly Future of Dairy Contest announced

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Central Life Sciences is pleased to announce the winners of the ClariFly Future of Dairy Contest, a photo and caption contest that launched on the company’s Facebook page in March.

The contest asked future and current dairy professionals to share a photo and brief caption that illustrates why they have chosen to pursue a career in the dairy industry or why the industry is strong and will continue to thrive.

After reviewing many outstanding entries, the panel of judges selected the following winners:

  • Grand Prize Winner ($3,000): Bethany M. Dado
  • Second Place Winner ($1,000): Stephanie Ferrari
  • Second Place Winner ($1,000): Sarah Endres
  • Honorable Mention ($500): Lindsey Hellenbrand
  • Honorable Mention ($500): Mitch Kappelman
  • Honorable Mention ($500): Darcy Steffes

“We are very excited for the winners of the ClariFly Future of Dairy Contest and received a great number of exceptional entries,” said Mark Taylor, Director of Marketing for ClariFly Larvicide. “This was a great opportunity for Central Life Sciences to directly assist young dairy students with educational expenses as they prepare to enter into the industry, as well as to propel current dairy professionals to continue to positively impact the dairy industry.”

ClariFly Larvicide is a feed supplement that prevents adult house flies, stable flies, face flies, and horn flies from developing in and emerging from the manure of treated cattle. Unlike conventional insecticides that attack the nervous system of insects, ClariFly Larvicide works by interrupting the fly’s life cycle, rather than through direct toxicity. The official ClariFly Larvicide Facebook page provides product information, fly-control tips and the latest news on the dairy industry from around the country.

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