Miss Agriculture USA Queens are so diverse but what binds them all together is their passion for agriculture. Get to know our 2021 Nevada Teen Miss Agriculture USA, Brianna Byrnes!
Name: Brianna Byrnes
What are your agricultural interests?
“My interests include showing livestock, and animal meat production.”
What agriculture organizations or activities are you a part of?
“I am apart of Boots and Buckles 4-H club.”
What are some of your other activities outside of agriculture?
“Some of my activities include car mechanics and running my business.”
What success are you most proud of?
“One of my biggest successes include running my own business at 16 years old and teaching youth all over the United states, another success I am proud of is winning Reserve Champion senior swine showman for 2 years in a row!”
What or who first got you interested in agriculture?
“I was first interested in livestock when I was 8 years old and a 4-H club was running a booth and showed me how 4-H works. I got to see what showing livestock is and the day-to-day responsibilities it held.”
Why did you decide to become a Miss Agriculture USA Queen?
“I decided to become a Miss Agriculture USA Queen because I wanted to encourage more girls to become a part of the agriculture industry. I also wanted to show my sisters what you can do to give back to your community as a Queen.”
What has been your favorite experience as a Miss Agriculture USA Queen?
“So far my favorite experience has been working with another queen to plan a way to give back to our community.”
What are some of your goals as a Miss Agriculture USA Queen?
“As a queen I hope to show Nevada's industry with agriculture, and to give back to my community.”
What advice would you give to someone thinking about being a Miss Agriculture USA Queen?
“I would tell them to go for it, If they are ready or not the Miss Agriculture USA family is very supportive they will guide you so do not stress over knowing the ins and outs of the organization. I would also tell her to make sure she plans out enough time to give to her community as well as the local groups she is a part of.”