Virginia Dairy Princess Program

2018 Virginia Dairy Princess

Mykah Smith, 20, works full time at Southern States and attends community college. She owns a few dairy animals and can be found in the ring at dairy shows. Mykah won first place at the 2015 State FFA Convention in Dairy Handling and ranked silver nationally. Mykah was the 2017 Alternate Dairy Princess and made numerous appearances around the state.

Joining the Dairy Princess Court this year as Alternate Princess is 17 year old Caroline Adkins. She is daughter of Tommy and Andrea Adkins from Powhatan. She has grown up on a dairy farm and has been active in 4-H and FFA. Allison Bailey, 16, is the daughter of Craig Bailey and Holly Zimmerman from Harrisonburg and is joining the court as Dairy Duchess.

The purpose of the Virginia Dairy Princess Program is to promote the consumption and sale of dairy products to the consumer and to create better relations between urban and rural people through one on one contact at the local level.

The Princess and her court, consisting of an Alternate, Duchesses and Dairy Maids, work throughout the year to accomplish the goals of the Virginia Dairy Princess Program. Activities range from school appearances to county fairs to industry sponsored dairy promotions.

The Virginia Dairy Princess Program is open to young ladies between the ages of nine and twenty one years old and she must have ties to the dairy industry through family or 4-H / FFA.






Contact us for more information or to book an appearance!

Jennifer Leech
Coordinator
540-460-1545
Cecelia Moyer
Coordinator
804-561-4461

 

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