Updated: Jun 3, 2020
Hey y'all, my name is Madison Wynne! I am currently your 2020 Hunt County, TX Miss United States Agriculture and I am so excited about this new opportunity! Now you probably have NO IDEA what I am talking about, so let me tell you more!
SO about me...I am from Garland, TX and grew up with a grandfather who loved agriculture...which is where my roots for this industry took hold. As I got involved with the FFA in high school between showing livestock, CDE/LDE competitions, and being an officer, my passion grew more and more to a point where I wanted to continue my growth in agriculture 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 (yes...it is a real thing and no, we can't eat the meat we judge LOL), showing on the TAMUC livestock show team, and represent 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 includes my role as a Hunt County Miss United States Agriculture. With my big plans for involvement, I also have intentions to grow in knowledge as I true to learn more about different aspects of agriculture!
Now the second thing you are probably wondering...what in the world is this "Miss Texas Hunt County" thing? Well, I discovered this opportunity through a friend who previously represented the state of Texas as Texas Miss United States Agriculture and knew that I HAD to do this! With this role, the goals and expectations are to learn more about agriculture, educate everyone and anyone, and even serve the community in their agriculture or county events! The girls that represent the Miss United States Agriculture program are ones that are AGvocates for the field and strive to grow as leaders and influencers within their communities. All of this will lead up to a pageant in December, where we are able to compete for the State title and continue to the National level in June. Taking on this new role, I am determined to promote agriculture and get more involved with the Hunt County community as I learn more about an industry I am passionate about!
Want to help support me on this journey? Just log on my blog and start a conversation with me about agriculture and let me know YOUR input! In addition, I can accept sponsorships and donations that will go towards my service projects and the competition in December! Thank you so much for y'all's support and I can't wait for the journey!