National Miss United States Agriculture
TEACH. INSPIRE. ADVOCATE for Agriculture!
June 19th-20th, 2020
Registration for 2020 State Titles:
Step 1: Do you want to be an Advocate for Agriculture in your state?
By becoming a Miss United States Agriculture queen you will receive the opportunity to speak up about agriculture and advocate for the industry all while wearing your state/county crown & sash!
Step 2: Become a state title holder to compete at Nationals
- State Appointed Titles are available for the following states:
- Alabama Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana,Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
- Compete at a state pageant in the following states:
- Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Step 3: Discover what age division you can hold a title in:
- Tiny (0-3)
- Future Little Miss (4-6)
- Little (7-9)
- Junior Miss (10-12)
- Teen Miss (13-16)
- Miss (17-21)
- Ms. (22-35)
- Mrs. (22-35)
- Elite Ms. (35+)
All titles are based on January 1, 2020 (NO EXCEPTIONS)
Step 4: REGISTER for State Appointed Title
OR Register for a State Pageant
What is it like being a Tiny Miss Queen? Well, it’s a lot of fun that’s for sure! Mikinsley has made appearances at the State Fair, the local 9/11 Memorial, and recently rode in a fire engine red corvette convertible in the Benton Christmas Parade! Being a Tiny Miss State Queen is much more then just pretty face. Mikinsley is learning at such a young age how to be involved in her community and how important it is to give back to those in need. She has such a caring heart, and it shows through her community service projects. She has collected and donated- pet food to the local animal shelter, canned food items to our local food bank, clothes and blankets to the Providence House shelter, new toys for Toys for Tots, and most recently coloring books and crayons for the local St. Jude Clinic. Even though she is only 3, she has made a huge impact on those around her. I hope that by starting her at a young age in programs such as Tiny Miss United States Agriculture, she will grow into a well rounded, caring young lady!