Livestock Advertising - Michelle Cox Photography, LLC.

Livestock Advertising

        A picture is worth a thousand words… but bad pictures of your livestock can cost you plenty! Many potential customers cannot visit your ranch to view your livestock in person, but when they see your cattle, horses, sheep or swine in your photo album, a sale catalog, or in an advertisement in your breed publication or on the Internet, you want their first impression to be a good one.

          I take pride in my work and will go to your place of business, in the field or in the corrals and take high quality images of your livestock. I will work slowly without spooking them. I'm experienced and was raised on a ranch and was raised around livestock, working around and with them on a daily basis. I was also a 12 year member in 4-H and understand the importance of displaying your product at its best.

          I suggest during fly season to schedule me after you spray or put ear tags in, flies are not good in photos. Also try to schedule me when mud and muck is minimal, mud distracts from your livestock causing for them to look cut off or to look shorter then they are. Summer and fall is optimal because their hides are slick and smooth and really make cattle and horses stand out at their best. Sheep are at their best a couple weeks to a month or so after their shorn. Try not to schedule right after sheering, they can accidentally have cuts or scrapes and their wool can look chopped and un-smooth. Thank you and I look forward to doing business with you soon.

I can charge you by the hour or by the session, we will work with you to get you the best price for your time and budget.

Thank You,



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