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 platform for the program is to inspire others to advocate for micro-industries in the agriculture community including hydroponics, aquaculture and bee keeping. Hatfield’s favorite part of the pageant experience was the meet and great with the other contestants the evening before the pageant. Through this opportunity she got to discuss with the other young agriculturalists on their inspirations and experiences towards the agriculture industries. Hatfield says, “I will forever cherish the friendships and agricultural relationships that I have made with the other contestants and hope to humbly serve the years reign like the other contestants would.” Hatfield won a scholarship as well as other prize packages.
Hatfield was a Adair County 4-H Member and past president, Missouri State 4-H Council Member for three years, Kirksville FFA member and even received the American FFA Degree in 2017. Hatfield graduated from Kirksville Senior High in 2016 and currently attends Northwest Missouri State University studying Agriculture Education, Agronomy and Horticulture. At NW she is the President of Sigma Society, NW Dance Company Choreographer, and is a member of National Honor Society of Leadership and Success. Hatfield is the daughter of Mike and Charisse Hatfield of Kirksville, MO.
To learn more about the Miss United States Agriculture Program or to have Holly attend an event please contact her at email@example.com.