National Miss tours State Fairs 5/5 (1)

Holly Hatfield set out on a mission to visit as many State Fairs as she possible could in August of 2018. State Fairs are a tribute to the states agriculture as well as a place to gather the community on learning about agricultural practices, celebrate this years...

Merry Christmas!

From our Family to yours we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year! As you prepare for the holiday season do not forget to buy small and buy local! Our Queens are reflecting on their first half of their title while our 2019 queens are...

Old Fashion Christmas in Maplesville Alabama

Teen Miss United States Agriculture had a blast at Old Fashion Christmas in Maplesville, Alabama. 

Pumpkin Patch Season

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to go to the "Penton Farms Pumpkin Patch" in Verbena, AL. It was AWESOME!! There were so many amazing picture opportunities! Farm tractors, pumpkins and mums everywhere!! There were lots of kid activities and of course great pumpkins...

Delicious Homegrown Peaches

Our National Teen Miss United States Agriculture stopped at a roadside food stand in Maplesville, Alabama to taste some sweet delicious homegrown peaches!

Our National Cover Miss

Being 2018 National Cover Miss for the Miss United States Agriculture pageant so far this year has been an unforgettable experience. My favorite experience so far has been the 2018 Alaska State Fair. With the Alaska State Fair, I was able to participate in the state...

Visiting Trans Ova Genetics

Have you ever thought about multiplying your success within your elite animals? Today I got the opportunity to visit Trans Ova Genetics in Boonsboro, Maryland for their annual open house. It was a fun and educational day learning about the IVF process in cattle by...

National Teach Ag Day!

Our Miss United States Agriculture queens are working extra hard to advocate for the agriculture industry and inspire others to learn more. But one of our queens gets the chance to teach in a classroom everyday! Thank you, Ms. United States Agriculture, Ms. Megan for...

National Read a Book Day

National Farm Bureau challenged agriculturalist to get into schools to read books written on the agriculture industry. These books are great for students when learning to read and the best Christmas presents! Our National Miss and Teen Miss United States Agriculture...

2018 National Miss United States Agriculture, Holly Hatfield

Holly Hatfield of Kirksville, Missouri won the title of 2018 National Miss Untied States Agriculture. Hatfield will be provided the opportunity to travel around the state of Missouri and other states to visit State Fairs, festivals, schools, and even farms. Her...

Miss United States Agriculture National
June 21st – 22nd, 2019

Miss United States Agriculture Nationals

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Upcoming State Pageants

The State Pageants listed below qualify contestants for the 2020 Miss United States Agriculture Pageant.
   

Saving the Bees!

Your 2018 National Miss United States Agriculture, Holly Hatfield has a huge heart for a very small but impactful insect. For years Americans have pushed around the phrase "Save the Bees", but do what does it mean?  Bees are a beneficial insect found all over the...

Alaska Agriculture

The Alaska Agriculture queens love to learn and advocate for their large states agricultural industry. Alaska Miss, Alaska Mrs, & Alaska Elite Ms. attend conferences and farm shows to learn more about the industry and network with farmers and other agricuturalist....

On December 1st, Texas Junior Miss United States Agriculture Lacey Fields & Texas Miss United States Agriculture Lindsay Fields attended Gruene Town Lighting. During this event, Cowboy Kringle rides into town on horseback and lights Gruene for the Holidays. Gruene...

Merry Christmas!

From our Family to yours we wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year! As you prepare for the holiday season do not forget to buy small and buy local! Our Queens are reflecting on their first half of their title while our 2019 queens are...

Pumpkin Patch Season

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to go to the "Penton Farms Pumpkin Patch" in Verbena, AL. It was AWESOME!! There were so many amazing picture opportunities! Farm tractors, pumpkins and mums everywhere!! There were lots of kid activities and of course great pumpkins...

Our National Cover Miss

Being 2018 National Cover Miss for the Miss United States Agriculture pageant so far this year has been an unforgettable experience. My favorite experience so far has been the 2018 Alaska State Fair. With the Alaska State Fair, I was able to participate in the state...

Visiting Trans Ova Genetics

Have you ever thought about multiplying your success within your elite animals? Today I got the opportunity to visit Trans Ova Genetics in Boonsboro, Maryland for their annual open house. It was a fun and educational day learning about the IVF process in cattle by...

National Teach Ag Day!

Our Miss United States Agriculture queens are working extra hard to advocate for the agriculture industry and inspire others to learn more. But one of our queens gets the chance to teach in a classroom everyday! Thank you, Ms. United States Agriculture, Ms. Megan for...

National Read a Book Day

National Farm Bureau challenged agriculturalist to get into schools to read books written on the agriculture industry. These books are great for students when learning to read and the best Christmas presents! Our National Miss and Teen Miss United States Agriculture...

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