2019 National Queens

2019 National America's Miss Agribusiness

Chyanne Martin

My name is Chyanne Martin and I am 20 years old. I live on a farm in a small town called Clanton, AL. While I’m not running a farm or working full time, I’m in college working to get my Bachelors in Secondary Education. In middle school and high school, I was very involved in 4-h and FFA. I competed in speed events, equine evaluation, and public speaking. The skills I have learned through those two amazing organizations have helped me to get where I am today. I hope to have an amazing year serving as your national queen ❤️

2019 National America's Teen Miss Agribusiness, Phebe Walker

Hello everyone, my name is Phebe Walker and I am your National America’s Teen Miss Agribusiness! I am also honored to be a part of the Founder’s Club!  I have created a blog called Small Farm Big Impact.  I use as a platform to bring awareness to local farming businesses. You can find my blog here phebewalker1127.wixsite.com Throughout my year with my AMAg National title I hope to expand my blog. I hope to be a voice for women in Agriculture and a role model for young girls. You can follow my Facebook page National America’s Teen Miss Agribusiness.  Or my Instagram @nationalteenama to follow my journey this year!  The agribusiness field I’m most passionate about is livestock and Animal Husbandry as I’ve grown up on a farm with Black Angus Cattle and Katahdin sheep. Over the years I’ve helped breed and raise our livestock hormone free and free range. In my spare time, I also partake in my FFA Forestry competition team, my local 4-H club, National Honor Society, & Interact with a community service club. I can’t wait to see what this year has in store!

2019 National America's Royal Miss Agribusiness,

Kate Cole

Hello, my name is Kate Cole, I am 18 years old and am from NorthEast Ohio. I am grateful for the opportunity to represent America's Miss Agribusiness as one of its National AgVocates and Royal Miss Agribusiness! I love and am truly passionate about agriculture especially the beef industry! I have worked with cattle for as long as I can remember and I started my own cow-calf operation KC3, Kate Cole Cattle Company, with the desire and goal to help others learn more about showing and raising beef cattle while staying true to the 4-H motto "to make the best better" by encouraging them to find ways to continue to better themselves. I am excited to share my love for agriculture as America's Miss Agribusiness National AgVocate and Royal Miss! 

2019 National America's Junior Miss Agribusiness
Machaela  Cobler

Hi I am Machaela Cobler your National Junior America’s Miss Agribusiness!  I live on a farm in Southeast Indiana.  My agricultural passion is horses.  I have been showing since I was 6 and currently show a Quarter Horse Mare, She Willy Likes It.  I also work at my mom’s Veterinary and Equine Chiropractic business.        I am a member of my school’s FFA club, 4-H club, Sunshine Club, Flag Corp, Band, National Honor Society, and our church youth group.  I enjoy all the different types of service activities these different groups offer.  My service platform is Wreaths Across America, our goal is to raise money to purchase wreaths that are laid on the graves of veterans in early December.  I would like to raise enough money to place a wreath on every veterans’ grave in our church’s graveyard.        America’s Miss Agribusiness has brought all of my diverse interests together.  I have learned to better promote agriculture and have increased my public speaking skills. My favorite competitions at the pageant are Fashionista and Formal. Fashionista is such a fun way to combine my love of different aspects of agriculture and my creative side!

2019 National America's  Miss Agribusiness Cover Miss
Camille Thopy

Hello, I’m Camille Thopy, and I’m the 2019 America’s Cover Miss Agribusiness and 1 of 3 America’s Miss Agribusiness National AgVocates. I am honored to be a part of the America's Miss Agribusiness Founder’s Club! I’m 15 years old, and I’m the sixth generation on my family farm where my family grows 750 acres of corn & soybeans. I’ve been involved in ag all of my life, where I gained my passion for all things ag. In 4-H, I show horses, beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, goats, and alpacas, and exhibit corn & soybean plants & grains, and participate in shooting sports, Jr. Leaders, Present Your Self Projects ,and serve as one of my county’s 4-H Ambassadors. Everything I do has allowed me to learn more about America’s agriculture roots. My passion for agriculture has led me to doing speeches about common misconceptions as well as new ag technologies. Public speaking, leadership, responsibility, and other skills that I have come from working on my family's farm, 4-H, or FFA. In FFA, I compete in 10 different Career & Leadership Development Events, as well as serving as Student Advisor for my FFA Chapter. I am honored to serve America’s Miss Agribusiness & the Agribusiness Industry!  

 2019 National Young America's Miss Agribusiness Queen

Cadence Heaton

Hello everyone! I'm am Cadence Heaton, your 2019 National Young America's Miss Agribusiness Queen.

 

I'm 13 years old and live in a very small town in Ohio. I have lived on and owned a small farm my whole life. As far as agribusiness goes, my platform is shopping locally to help our community's agricultural economy.   We farm corn,hay,wheat,and soybeans.  Along with our growing garden and fruit trees. We have goats, bunnies, dogs, cats and much more. I spend most of my time either with my animals or working on 4-H or Jr.Fair Board. I've been dancing for 9 years and use it as an escape from reality. A fun fact about me is that I was born with a club foot. I'm involved in Chain Links (school volunteer club), Jr.Fair Board, Yearbook Club, Power of The Pen, Community photography club, and this year's musical production. I LOVE the farm life!

 2019 National  Miss Spirit of Agribusiness Queen

Izabella Bear

I live on a rural farm in Southeastern Indiana.  I show Angus Cattle, Swine, and I have a Quarter Horse named Hollywood.  I am involved in 4-H, FFA, and Student Government.  I am our Eldorado Horse and Pony President, Happy Hooves Livestock Secretary, FFA Reporter, and the Freshman Class President.   I also enjoy running track and cheerleading.   America's Miss Agribusiness has helped me become more confident in myself and helped me to reach out to more people in my community.  For my community service, I collect bags and suitcases for foster children so they have something to carry their clothes in as the move from place to place.  I have also collected over 1,500 pounds of canned food over the past year for local food banks and my hope is to collect even more this year.  I am so glad to be part of America's Miss Agribusiness program, this amazing opportunity, and family.

Danielle Crumley

National Miss Photogenic

I  graduated from Travelers Rest High School class of 2013 where I was a member of the Beta Club, Travelers Symphonic Band, Travelers Rest Golden Regiment marching band  (color guard member) and the drama department.  I graduated with an International Baccalaureate diploma.  Currently starting my junior year at Greenville Technical College where I am studying to become a child life specialist or continue teaching. One day I hope to work in the medical field or as a teacher.  Currently, I  am an assistant teacher working with  3&4-year-old students I love to give back to my community I have participated with angel tree, Toys for Tots, Relay for Life, March of Dimes, Alzheimer's Association and many more and has won numerous awards for her thousands of hours of volunteering work. I am also  very  passionate about my  platform shine purple and grey and never give up: which is the Encephalitis society. Encephalitis is a bacterial or viral infection that attacks and swells the brain and starts to shut down the body ,after multiple doctor/hospital visits where I fought this extreme deadly case of Encephalitis that 1 out of 4 people usually survive, I now am a healthy young lady and enjoys every day that life has to offer me . I want to be a role model for other girls to show them that they can overcome anything no matter what even though she now suffers from memory loss, brain damage and epilepsy I don’t let any of these things stop me. I  am,   Your 2019 Nationals America’s miss Agribusiness photogenic and I love having the opportunity to continue spreading the wonderful cause with the system by spreading agriculture and raising awareness of food insufficiencies in the country. 

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