My name is Madison Wynne and I am born and raised in Garland, TX! I grew up with a grandfather who loved agriculture and planted myself in the FFA, where I later developed my roots. As I got more involved with the FFA in my high school years, my passion grew more and more for agriculture to where I wanted to continue my growth in the field by becoming an Ag teacher!
Currently, I am majoring in Agriculture Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce, where I plan to learn more about the industry and grow as a leader. When I am not in the classroom, I keep myself busy through participating in competitive meat judging, showing on the TAMUC livestock show team, and representing the college of agriculture as an ag ambassador! As I am coming into my second year of college, I have BIG plans for my involvement, which included my role as Hunt County Miss United States Agriculture. Through my term as a county representative, I was able to create an impact in my community with a food drive for our campus food pantry and visit the many local agricultural businesses to emphasize the importance these businesses have in our communities.
My purpose for the title I hold as 2021 Texas Miss Agriculture Advocacy Ambassador is to help promote an industry I love, educate others, and continue to grow and learn as a leader during this journey. I hope to become more involved with my county this upcoming year, and that I can be a strong advocate for not only the Miss US Ag organization, but for the industry as a whole too. With my big plans, I also have intentions to grow in knowledge as I learn more about different aspects of agriculture!