To wrap up the Kansas State Fair, the Miss United States Agriculture County queens stopped in to speak with industry members and Kansas community members. At the fair buildings like the Education Hall, provided a great place to learn about Kansas agriculture and pollinators, such as Monarch Butterflies. Another great exhibit to visit is the Agriculture commodities building. Not only do you get to see the wizard of oz butter sculpture but you can visit the Kansas Bee Keeping association and Kansas Wheat booth. There was even AgriLand where kids learn about native grasses, how to milk Blossom the dairy cow, Kansas crops, and even take a walk through the Kansas Soil profile.

The Queens really enjoyed meeting all the great people of Kansas and having the ability to visit the 4-H & FFA youth projects. As well as spending time with their fellow sister queens to advocate for the agriculture industry.

Queens who visited are Heather Vanderweide, Atchison County, KS Miss United States Agriculture & ReAnna Dunlap, Barber County, KS Miss United States Agriculture!

4-H Exhibit Hall where youth from all over Kansas create and submit projects.
Did you know that nearly 1/5 of the wheat produced in the US comes from Kansas Wheat
Wizard of Oz made of butter!

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