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Become a Miss Agriculture USA Queen

Step 1: CLICK HERE to select your state and pay your registration fee. Be sure to read the entire description, Select the correct title of State Queen or State AGvocate, select the correct age division if prompted, and follow all the directions. 


Step 2: After the above steps are complete, join our Miss Agriculture USA Queen Facebook Group.

You must complete the registration fee and application to be approved.

Join us as an AGvoacte for Agriculture as a

2024 Miss Agriculture USA Queen!

Want to make a difference for the agriculture industry?

Want to represent women in agriculture?

Want to be a part of something bigger than yourself?

Look no further than Miss Agriculture USA! 

A national nonprofit Queen organization that’s different in

the best of ways! Our age-inclusive opportunity gives any woman

the opportunity to positively promote the industry

that clothes and feeds us in an encouraging community

that feels more like family!

Miss Agriculture USA is excited to offer two kinds of titles! Our State Queen title (competition title) and

our AGvocate title (non-competition title) to give our queens the opportunities they desire!

State Queen Title

One title per age division per state. This is a first come first serve title. This is also our competition title! If you intend to compete at Nationals and intend to fulfill sponsor requirement of $325 for Nationals you must select this title. National Competition is June 27th, 28th, and 29th, 2024. Registration is $249.

AGvocate Title

This non-competition title has a relatively limitless number of title available per state and has no age division. This choice must be selected if you do not plan on competing at Nationals on June 27th, 28th, and 29th, 2024. Registration is $199. 

All our Miss Agriculture USA Queens will receive a Miss Agriculture USA crown, Miss Agriculture USA shirt, custom sash, Miss Agriculture USA crown pin, and more!


2023 Registration closes March 1st, 2024


Faith Galavich
2020 Harrison County Miss Agriculture USA

I wanted be a queen not for the title or crown, but for the experience. I wanted to be a queen to be an AGvocate for the industry that has helped me find my passion in life. I wanted to be a queen to give representation to the girls like me who are just a little different. I want to make the difference in the life’s of people, be a positive inspiration to those that need it. Everyday I make it my goal to be the person I needed when I was little, I believe that this organization helps me do that, in more ways than I can count.

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