2020 State Queen Title Holders:

These queens will travel their states to learn more about their agriculture industries and to spread awareness to their specific agricultural platform! To invite the queens to an event near you, email National Staff at info@missunitedstatesagriculture.org 

Sign-up’s for State title holders will close May 1st, 2020! Don’t see your state being represented? Sign-up TODAY!

While you are here, be sure to cast your vote for our Peoples Choice winner! Each year Miss United States Agriculture crowns a Peoples Choice Queen. Each vote is $1 and the contestant with the most votes WINS!

This years Miss United States Agriculture Peoples Choice Queen will receive:

  • Miss United States Agriculture Official National Round Crown

  • National Sash Pin

  • Embroidered Sash with Rhinestone Trim

  • An iPad

Her entry fee paid to come back and compete at the 2021 Miss United States Agriculture National Pageant!

Cast your vote below via PayPal!

Choose Number of Votes
Contestants Name:

Tiny Miss-

Future Little- 

Little Miss- 

Margaret has really enjoyed learning more about her local farms and agriculture businesses. Margaret has volunteered at several farms and CSA’s over the past few months. She loves helping feeding cows, goats, sheep and chickens. Margaret has also learned about the Dairy process and what it takes to get dairy products on our shelves. Paying it forward is Margaret’s platform. She has collected school supplies for local Foster Children. Blankets and Pillowcases for the Women’s protective shelter. Most recently sunshine packs for our Childrens hospital. Margaret has really learned a lot about her community though her service. In addition she loves the fact that even a little girl can do amazing things in her community.

Mehgan Jarvie

Mother to Margaret Jarvie the 2020 Pennsylvania Little Miss United States Agriculture

Junior Miss- 

I like having the opportunity to meet new agriculturalists and attend event that allow me the opportunity to advocate for young women in agriculture.

Jade McPeak

2020 Oklahoma Junior Miss United States Agriculture

Teen Miss-

Miss-

Being the the agriculture represenative for New Hampshire has given me many opportunities to advocate for agriculture and has benefitted to myself individually. I have had the opportunity to teach others about my agriculture story, as well as get involved in advocating for my states agriculture. This title has taught me how to speak professionally to audiences small and large as well as be a good role models for others. Throughout my experience in the Miss United States Agriculture program I have met many other advocates that are just as passionate as I am about sustaining agriculture. These connects I’ve made will further enhance my love and teaching for all things agriculture.

Emma Minear

2020 New Hampshire Miss United States Agriculture

Ms.- 

Mrs. –

Elite Ms. –

It has been wonderful supporting the family farmer and teaching children like my children and grandchildren about agriculture and why it should be important to them. I have appreciated being part of a wonderful family of queens that are such amazing agvocates. Together we have learned from each other, reached out to the less fortunate in my community, and simply advocated for the industry!

Tracy Rohrer

2020 Pennsylvania Elite Ms. United States Agriculture

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