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Miss Agriculture USA

(Photo Credit Via Miss Agriculture USA)

(Photo Credit Via Miss Agriculture USA)

(Photo Credit Via Miss Agriculture USA)

(Photo Credit Via Miss Agriculture USA)

Miss Agriculture USA is a new Nonprofit organization that is about celebrating and promoting agriculture!

The Miss Agriculture USA is a new nonprofit queen organization that is much more than just about agriculture, it’s about building confidence, promoting self-esteem, developing public speaking skills, shaping strong leaders, networking and forming lasting friendships and so much more!

This program takes place in a few states; Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri! The program is also set up within age divisions and is it counted for within January 1st, 2019; Baby Division 0 – 23 months, Tiny Division 2 – 3 years old, Future Little Division 4 – 5 years old, Little Division 6 – 7 years old, Petite Division 8 – 10 years old, Junior Division 11 – 13 years old, Teen Division 14 – 16 years old, Miss Division 17 – 20 years old, Ms Division 21 – 30 years old, Mrs Division 21 – 30 years old, Elite Ms Division 31 years old and up. (Ms Division is unmarried women between the ages of 21 and 30 with no children. Mrs Division is married women between the ages of 21 and 30 with or without children. Elite Ms Division is married or unmarried women 31 and over with or without children.)

Whenever you sign up to compete for your Miss Agriculture USA *your county, etc.,*, the areas of competition are interview, introduction, “Ag Wear”. evening wear, on-stage question, prepared speech, photogenic, and an essay.

The interview consists of a personal interview with the judges (questions will be age appropriate and will vary between contestants). The introduction will consist of contestants having up to 1 minute on stage to introduce themselves (tell the audience and judges about you, your agriculture interests, school, hobbies, etc.). The “AG Wear” will be an outfit of the contestants choice that represents any area of agriculture in their given state. During the evening wear contestants will be judged on posture and poise (future little: short evening dress of their choice, little: can choose to wear short or long evening dress, petite and elite: long formal dress of choice). During the on-stage question contestants will pick a question from a bowl and answer the question on stage (questions will vary and be age appropriate for age divisions). The prepared speech is a 3-5 minute speech that is to be given on stage on the topic of, “What Agriculture Means to Me”. The photogenic category will consist of contestants submitting one head-shot for judging. And lastly the essay is a one page single-spaced essay. The prompt will be released after registration is closed! (Essay is mandatory for petite and optional for the baby and elite divisions).

After being crowned Miss Agriculture USA *your county, etc.,* you will be able to travel all around the county visiting local events, fairs, speaking to schools, and so much more! And remember, Miss Agriculture is an AGvocate for Agriculture!

So, if you think you have what it takes to be the next Miss Agriculture USA *your county, etc.,* you can register at the Miss Agriculture USA website!

 

About the Writer
Madison Kovach, Editor-in-chief

Madison Kovach is a junior and a third year Journalism student.

Kovach is a member of the school's Library Club, Drama Club, Art Club, Leo Club, and...

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