Contestants Vie For Dairy Princess Title And Role As Industry Ambassador District 3 Will Crown 2024 Dairy Princess On May 5th

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ORLAND, Calif. – April 22, 2024 – Four young women will compete for the prestigious title of Dairy Princess during the District 3 Dairy Princess contest on May 5, 2024, in Orland.


This year's contestants are Aubree Eddy and Taylor Hands, both of Orland, Riley Green of Red Bluff, and Beverly Wilson of Corning.


Aubree, daughter of Kyle and Lea Eddy, is a junior at Hamilton City High School. She plans to attend Shasta Junior College or University of Idaho to continue her education in Ag Business. Over the last four years, Aubree has shown dairy heifers through Glenn County 4-H and Hamilton City Future Farmers of America. She is active in the Future Farmers of America program, and serves on the Floral team, the Floral Club, and is an Ag Awareness Leader.


Taylor is the daughter of Scott and Heather Hands, and is a junior at Core Butte High School. She also attends Butte Community College where she hopes to finish her general education before graduating high school and attending Cal Poly Humboldt or California State University, Chico. She is currently raising a heifer to show and sell at the Glenn County Fair and is involved with her school’s Associated Student Body Leadership program and California Scholarship Federation.


Riley, daughter of Ben Green and Kristal Todd, is a junior at Red Bluff High School and plans to attend Oklahoma State University. Riley is raising a heifer to show and sell at the Glenn County Fair and is in the process of buying a calf for her Senior Project. She serves as the Red Bluff Future Farmers of America Chapter Reporter and the Shasta Section Vice President. She also serves on the board of her school’s Student Ambassadors Club and the Agricultural Leadership Team.


Beverly is the daughter of Robert and Marsha Wilson. She is a junior at Corning Union High School and plans to attend Butte Community College to receive her Welder Certification and study to become a paramedic. Beverly is a 4th generation dairy farmer and owns a small herd of heifers and cows. She is on the Corning Future Farmers of America Livestock Judging team and Welding team.


The young lady crowned as Dairy Princess will represent the dairy industry in Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, and Yuba counties where she will serve the area as an ambassador for the dairy industry with various audiences. The newly selected princess and her alternate will participate in mandatory training, provided by the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), where they will receive professional development coaching.


To learn more about the program or to purchase tickets for the contest, please contact Marlene Silveira at (530) 828-9514 or


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