South Dakota Dairy Princess
The South Dakota Dairy Princess has served as the state’s official goodwill ambassador for the dairy industry for 63 years. Daughters of dairy farmers or dairy farm employees, or young women who work on dairy farms, are eligible to seek the title. The dairy princess typically makes appearances at consumer events, provides media interviews and helps to inform people about dairy farmers’ dedication to their work, as well as communicating the importance of dairy products in our diet.
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South Dakota Dairy Princess in the News
Morgan Kohl, an 18-year-old Waverly-South Shore High School senior from Watertown, was crowned South Dakota Dairy Princess during the opening of the Central Plains Dairy Expo March 27 in Sioux Falls.read more
The Midwest Dairy Association South Dakota Division is seeking candidates to participate in the State Dairy Princess contest scheduled Mar. 27, 2018, at the Sioux Falls Convention Center in Sioux Falls. The event is held in conjunction with the Central Plains Dairy Expo and Convention.read more
Krista Harringa, an 18-year-old South Dakota State University (SDSU) student from Brandt, was crowned South Dakota Dairy Princess during the opening of the Central Plains Dairy Expo March 28 in Sioux Falls. Harringa is the 62nd woman to hold the title representing South Dakota’s dairy farm families.read more