Norfork grad Oklahoma Miss Agriculture USA

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Norfork High School graduate Madison Woody was recently named Oklahoma Miss Agriculture USA. The Oklahoma State sophomore will participate in the national Miss Agriculture USA competition in June of 2021.

The love and passion for farming is part of Madison Woody’s DNA.

A native of Norfork, the 19-year-old daughter of Derek and Trisha Woody comes from a family who have been raising cattle in Arkansas for three generations. A sophomore at Oklahoma State University majoring in pre-veterinary medicine, she was recently named 2021 Oklahoma Miss Agriculture USA.

Miss Agriculture USA is a scholarship pageant that celebrates and promotes agriculture. The nonprofit organization is an advocacy program for women to teach and enhance the American agriculture story.

Woody will compete in the national Miss Agriculture USA competition in June of next year. Her platform, she says, is to shed light on farmers in small communities. 

“While many large operations make up the majority of US production, small farms build and steady the economy,” Woody said. “Just like the movement to support small businesses, my movement is to promote not only small farmers, but all farmers. I am an ‘AGvocate’ for Agriculture.”

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