National Miss United States Agriculture Queens!
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National Miss United States Agriculture
Shelby Kirton, Florida
Shelby Kirton is the 20 year old daughter of Dudley and Cheryl Kirton of Okeechobee Florida. She just recently graduated from The University of Florida with a bachelor’s in animal science with a minor in agribusiness. In the fall, Shelby will be attending graduate school at Oklahoma State University to attain a degree in agriculture communications. Shelby is a fourth generation cattle rancher and Brahman producer. Through out her reign, she hopes to continue her passion of educating and advocating for the Agriculture industry.
National Teen Miss United States Agriculture
Maya Hufman, Missouri
Maya Hufman, who was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, has always had a passion for agriculture. Her mother was raised in a farm family, and when Maya’s family moved from Nevada to Missouri five years ago, she was able to explore agriculture through 4-H and other experiences. She started raising animals to help provide an Easter petting zoo for her church. She has raised chickens, ducks, rabbits, and Red Angus cattle. She has been named a champion showman and herdsman in competitions, winning honors at the Missouri State Fair, the Ozark Empire Fair, and the Green County 4-H Fair, among others. She used her Greene County, MO Teen Miss United States Agriculture and Missouri Teen United States Agriculture to work with children, students, and adults, as well as having discussions with state leaders. Her dream is to start a working cattle ranch that will host summer camps for foster children and provide job training and agricultural skills for teenagers aging out of the foster system. She has written a business plan that won an award in a local competition and, after college, she hopes to put that dream into action.
National Ms United States Agriculture
Shelby Duncan, Iowa
Shelby Duncan is the daughter of Bryce and Nancy Duncan. She is a graduate student at South Dakota State University.
National Future Little Miss United States Agriculture
Lalia Shutt, Pennsylvania
Laila Shutt is the 5 year old daughter of Larry and Lauren Shutt. She resides in Tower City Pennsylvania. In the fall Laila will be starting kindergarten at Williams Valley Elementary School. She also is involved in softball and the kidz club in her town. She enjoys planting flowers with her mom and pappy. Her favorite flower is the sunflower. She hopes to get a rabbit in the future to start showing at fairs.
National Mrs.United States Agriculture
Jeana Curtis, Missouri
Jeana Curtis is the 23 year old wife of Colton Curtis and daughter of Renita Noel and Frank Noel. She was born and raised in La Plata, MO, and now resides on the Curtis family's farm in Yarrow, MO. Jeana is a graduate from La Plata High School, North Central Missouri College, and Northwest Missouri State University, all of which she graduated with honors. She is a dog mom, farm wife, administrative assistant and feed sales associate for Prairieland FS, as well as the sole proprietor of her artificial insemination business, Royal Breeding. While she did not grow up on a farm, Jeana found her passion for agriculture through FFA and even more so during her college years. In the future Jeana's goals include raising a family on the farm, expanding Royal Breeding, growing her Black Angus beef cattle herd and continuing to promote her platform, "Celebrating Crop Diversity in Agriculture." Jeana lives by the motto "the will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you."
National Tiny Miss United States Agriculture
Adalyn Schwittay, Wisconsin
Adalyn Schwittay is the three year old daughter of Jeremy & Monica Schwittay of Peshtigo, Wisconsin. Adalyn lives on her family's fifth generation dairy farm along with her brother, Colton. In the fall, Addy will be starting 3K at St. John's Lutheran School. She enjoys feeding calves, collecting eggs & feeding the chickens, playing in the dirt & sand piles, and helping wash animals for shows. Adalyn's favorite time on the farm is when she can ride in the Case IH tractors.
National Little Miss United States Agriculture
Vada Grace Bloodworth, Georgia
Vada Grace Bloodworth is the nine year old daughter of Clayton and Jessica Bloodworth of Pineview, Ga. She attends Bleckley County Elementary where she is a rising fourth grade student. Vada takes part in the gifted program and enjoys representing her class as a part of the student advisory board and RESA teams. She is on the honor roll and received the social studies award this past school year. She also participates in the school’s music club and is a part of the Middle Georgia Equestrian Show Team.
National Junior Miss United States Agriculture
Jade McPeak, Oklahoma
Jade McPeak, is a 6th grader at Checotah Middle School in Checotah, Oklahoma. Jade is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribe, and has been an active member of the McIntosh County 4-H for three years. Jade lives in rural Oklahoma where her family has raises show cattle and show goats. Jade enjoys showing cattle, goats, and chickens and has done so at the local, county, state and national level. Jade spends her summers assisting with McPeak’s BE A CHAMP cattle and lamb camps. Jade also enjoys sewing, participating in 5K races, speech contest, and livestock judging. Jade has also been a member of her school’s academic team for the past 2 years.
National Elite Ms.United States Agriculture
Sheryl Cleavinger-Perry, Kansas
Sherrie Cleavinger is the grew up in the small farming community of Jarbalo, attended Kansas State University, & earned a Master's of Science in Agriculture from the University of Kentucky. Currently the Agricultural Educator & FFA Advisor at Lawrence (KS) High School, she & her students work to spread knowledge of the ag industry. Sherrie is a mentor for young educators through Pittsburg State University & the Curriculum for Agriculture Science Education. Most of the time, you can find her at one of her daugthers' sporting events. While at these & other community events, Sherrie demonstrates her platform of Agricultural Mythbusting.
National Miss Agriculture Advocacy Ambassador
ReAnna Dunlap, Kansas
ReAnna Dunlap is from Kiowa, KS and is the 19-year-old daughter of Randy Dunlap, and Kyle and Angie Jacobs. ReAnna is a student at Kansas State University studying Agriculture Education. On-campus, she is the Club Chair for the Ag Education Club and a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta. In high school, ReAnna was involved with FCCLA as a chapter officer, 4-H, Forensics, StuCo, and the Junior American Boer Goat Association. But her heart was fully into FFA where she served as a chapter officer and as the South Central District Sentinel. ReAnna has a passion for the livestock industry where she plays a role in showing goats, cattle, and sheep and has taken home honors from many shows. She hopes her year of service will inspire young girls to chase there dreams.
National Cover MissUnited States Agriculture
Tracy Roher, Pennsylvania
Tracy Rohrer is from Mohrsville, Pennsylvania. Tracy is married to her husband, Jeff, for 36 years. Together they have four children and six grandchildren. Tracy and her husband raise 40,000 layer chickens, 50,000 pullets, and 2,500 sows on their family farm. Tracy has a passion for raising Scottish Highlander Cattle. Currently has eight within her herd but it continues to grow. She hopes to continue to inspire women of all ages on the importance of agriculture.
National People's Choice Miss United States Agriculture
Belle Mohn, Iowa
Belle Mohn is the 17 year old daughter of Matt and Angie Mohn. She will be a senior at Waverly- Shell Rock High School. Throughout high school she has been involved in volleyball, softball, track, FCCLA, choir, dance, 4-H, and FFA. Belle has grown up in the small town of Shell Rock on a farm. On the farm, she enjoys the beautiful corn fields and raising livestock. She has been involved in 4-H since she was in first grade. During her senior year of high school she will continue her 4th year of FFA. She has served many officer positions in both 4-H and FFA while showing a variety of livestock. As Belle has a big passion for livestock she plans to go to Iowa State University to major in Ag Business and Animal Science. In the future she sees herself working for Iowa Select Farms and raising her own show livestock. While Belle Serves as the National People's Choice she hopes to inspire young girls to follow their dreams and teach others about the Agriculture community. She also wants to give back to her community as much as possible as they have been by her side during her Miss United State Agriculture experience.
National Spokesmodel MissUnited States Agriculture
Codi Holdeman, Iowa
Codi Holdeman hails from the small town of Reasnor, Iowa. Codi is attending Grand View University to major in Human Services. Codi grew up on sheep farm where her family raise over 200 head of sheep year round. Codi was actively involved in 4-H and FFA. Codi loves working with children with disabilities. Her platform for Miss United States Agriculture is advocating for those with disabilities to become included in Agriculture. Codi loves to volunteer with Special Olympics Iowa and at county fairs. Codi is excited to learn more about Agriculture across America and to advocate for these Industries.