North Dakota Dairy Princess
The North Dakota Dairy Princess program is the longest-running one in the United States, initiated in 1946. The princess, who serves as a goodwill ambassador for the state’s dairy farmers, makes media appearances, talks with children about the importance of consuming three servings of dairy every day, and visits with consumers in various settings to help them understand the care and dedication that North Dakota’s dairy farm families take in producing wholesome dairy foods.
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North Dakota Dairy Princess in the News
Heidi Jacob, 18, daughter of Gerard and Lori Jacob of Linton, was crowned North Dakota’s 70th State Dairy Princess in Bismarck at the Midwest Dairy North Dakota Division board meeting June 19.read more
Midwest Dairy Association’s North Dakota Division is seeking candidates to serve as North Dakota’s 70th Dairy Princess. The entry deadline is Wednesday, May 31.read more