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National Miss United States Agriculture
July 7th & 8th, 2023
Enterprise Civic Center
For the states that we do not host a state pageant, you can register AT-LARGE and have the opportunity to compete for a National title and up to $15,000 worth of scholarships!
Upon registration, you will receive your
Official State Miss United States Agriculture Monogrammed Sash
Official State Miss United States Agriculture Round Crown
An invitation to our queen's group.
Our current at large states are Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.
Tiny Miss (0-3)
Future Little Miss (4-6)
Little Miss (7-9)
Junior Miss (10-12)
Teen Miss (13-16)
Elite Ms. (36+)
Introduction — The introduction portion of the competition is for Little Miss, Junior Miss, Teen Miss, Miss, Ms, Mrs & Elite Ms contestants only. Tiny Miss and Future Little Miss will still walk on stage, but the emcee’s will read their information. We want our Miss United States Agriculture Queens to be well spoken and feel comfortable speaking in front of a crowd. This is your opportunity to tell the judges about your state and its agricultural base! Attire for this area of competition is solid white bottoms with your Miss United States Agriculture T-Shirt that you will pick up at check-in. Bottoms can be shorts, pants, skirt or capris. Bottoms MUST BE SOLID WHITE. You can wear a belt if you choose and shoe color is of your choosing.
Formal Wear — For the formal wear competition Tiny Miss & Future Little Miss contestants will need a short pageant dress. Little Miss contestants have the choice of either a short or long pageant dress. Junior Miss, Teen Miss, Miss, Ms., Mrs., & Elite Ms. contestants will need a floor length gown.
On Stage Question — The Little Miss through Elite Ms. Divisions will have an onstage question. Each contestant will pull their question from a bowl. Each question will be different. Questions will be age appropriate and not political or controversial in nature.
Interview – Little Miss – Elite Ms. –Interview is a one on one session with the judges! Questions will be age appropriate. Dress will be the same as the on stage Introduction. The Miss United States Agriculture Tee Shirt and white bottoms. You can wear a belt if you choose and shoe color is of your choosing.
Photogenic— If you choose to participate in photogenic as an optional you may submit up to 2 photos. Photos must be 8×10 and can be in color or black and white. All photos should be turned in at check in! Please do not bring them in any type of cover. We will place them in a clear sheet protector with your age division and contestants number at check in. Photogenic entry fee: $50
State Fun Fashion — During this “fun fashion” the emcee will be reading a brief intro about YOUR state that you have provided! (the state you are representing at Nationals) Incorporate that into your FUN FASHION!
Up to $15,000 in scholarships are being awarded at the 2023 National Pageant!
Our 2023 State Queens will have the opportunity to compete at the 2023 National Pageant on July 7th & 8th in Enterprise, Alabama.
We will be awarding up to $15,000 in scholarships!
We currently hold state pageants in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas & Wisconsin!
With your registration, you will receive your
Official County Monogrammed Sash
Official Miss United States Agriculture Round Crown
Entry to the queen's group
Invitation to compete at the State Pageant
All county titles are on a first-come, first-serve basis. One title is given to each age division per county. If your county is taken, you will be given a surrounding county or your town title, depending on the state.